Register now for

She Speaks


July 19-20, 2024
Charlotte, North Carolina

Do you ever wish you had someone who could walk you through the steps you need to take to fulfill your calling?


Someone who has been in your shoes and knows the best-kept secrets on how to move forward? She Speaks exists to be that “someone” for you.

For over 20 years, She Speaks has been training writers, speakers and leaders to communicate their God-given messages.

When you participate in She Speaks, you’ll get:

Motivating messages

from Lysa TerKeurst and other well-known ministry leaders who can relate to your specific struggles.

Action-oriented training

from industry professionals to equip you in taking your next step, no matter where you are in the process.

Exclusive opportunities

to meet with top publishers and agents to pitch your next book idea.

Don’t just take it from us …

Here’s what people are saying:

She Speaks was just what I needed to reenergize my online ministry for postpartum working mothers. I was falling into the social media trap of posting to please the algorithm, but the conference reminded me to focus on value-driven content focused on my one. I also rewrote some value statements and testimonials on my website and throughout my product pages for my online course and consultations. I know my target audience will appreciate the more personalized approach, and I fully expect an uptick in engagement because of this. I also loved the theology and psychology keynotes. They increase my confidence as a Christian content creator.

— Nancy

This was my first time attending She Speaks, and I attended virtually.
I was impressed by the practical, real, down-to-earth tips the speakers shared as well as how they stay humble in doing the Lord’s work. A tough balance to maintain sometimes. I really appreciated the reminder to create helpful content, to laser focus on one person, and to keep my personal time in the Word or worship separate from my working/research for content time. I’m already implementing some of the new things I’ve learned.

— Julie