Main Conference Schedule

FRIDAY JULY 21, 2017


Session Key: W = Writing, S = Speaking, A = All




7:00  – 9:00 am

Conference Registration

9:30  – 11:00 am

General Session

11:20 am – 12:20 pm

(W) How to Get Started Writing a Well-Constructed Book

Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

When Jessica talks to new and aspiring authors, she often bring up the three elements she looks for when reviewing proposals: platform, concept, and craft. In this workshop, you’ll be diving into the editorial side of things and focus in on some of the basic building blocks of concept and craft.

Some topics we’ll cover:

  • What elements should I have in the back of my mind as I put together my book concept?
  • How do I know if my concept is compelling and needed? Too broad or too narrow?
  • What are felt needs, and how do they differ from reader benefits?
  • What is “voice”?
  • How do I maintain focus throughout my manuscript?
  • What are some steps I can take to work on my craft?

Jessica Wong

(W) Writing Biblical Content to Engage Your Reader

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Do you love reading Scripture and learning more about God? Do you long for His Word to leap off the pages of your Bible and come alive in a whole new way? Do you have a passion to write and teach others the lessons God is teaching you?

If you dream about writing biblical content, but wonder if the process is too difficult, join us for this insightful workshop and discover how exciting it can be. You will learn how to:

  • Create content that is Gospel-centered, not self-centered.
  • Develop a strategy for compiling accurate Biblical information
  • Ways to study and interpret Scripture
  • Discover a step-by-step writing process that will engage your readers

Whether you’re writing curriculum to be published, devotionals or online Bible studies for your blog or weekly assignments for Sunday School classes, this workshop is for you!

Leah DiPascal & Lindsey Smith

(S) Writing a Bio That Gets You Hired

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate

Do you break out in hives just thinking about writing a speaker bio? Often it feels like the excruciating task of tooting your own horn! Having moved from hating the process to the enjoyment of coaching dozens of speakers through bio creation, Amy Carroll will give you tools to:

  • Express yourself in a way that event planners find compelling.
  • Write a bio that shines the spotlight on your message instead yourself (Whew, what a relief!)
  • Establish your expertise without arrogance but both warmth and confidence.
  • Communicate your heart for service instead of feeling self-serving.
  • Create topic descriptions that will fill your audiences with people who want what you have to give.

Amy Carroll

(S) God Called Me to Speak, Now What?

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate

Feeling God’s call to be a speaker is exciting, but the reality of making it happen can seem overwhelming and seemingly impossible. If you’ve been struggling with how to get started and desire to open doors to share the messages God has laid on your heart, then this workshop is for you. You’ll learn why we are called to take a leap of faith in marketing our ministries and leave inspired to begin investing your talents. This session will help you:

  • Replace fears of being self-promoting with increased self-confidence by understanding how God calls us to faithfully invest in ourselves
  • Uncover the basics of laying the foundation for a strong speaking ministry
  • Glean advice for building an online professional image that will motivate event planners to contact you
  • Walk away with a list of marketing ideas for how to begin building or growing your platform and speaking opportunities

Tracie Miles

(W/S) How Social Media Makes You a Better Communicator

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate. Advanced

Does the thought of being on social media make you groan? Feel like tweeting and posting and picture snapping are just more things to manage that just take up time without adding to your skills as a writer or speaker? Sure, social media platforms may increase your audience, but they don’t help you to communicate your message … right? Wrong! Join New York Times best-selling author Karen Ehman as she shares seven ways you can maximize your social media experience to make your writing and speaking stronger, therefore potentially impacting more people. Social media platforms help you exercise the discipline of being succinct, and are a place where you can lean in and listen, sensing the heartbeat of your tribe. This will enable you to zero in on your unique voice and find your niche, while you also gather topics and develop your craft.

Karen Ehman

(W/S) Five Platform Pitfalls

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

We work hard to get published, to build a speaking platform, to manage marketing initiatives, to balance life, faith and relationships, and somewhere along the way, we get lost in it all. If, while building our platform of influence, we forget who we are, we’ll stumble when the slightest gust of wind comes our way. In this session, we’ll unpack five common platform pitfalls that threaten our footing and undermine our influence:

  • Like Me!
  • It’s All Up to Me!
  • Feel Sorry for Me!
  • You’re More Important Than Me!
  • I’m More Important Than You! 

When we learn to separate our influence from our identity, we’ll better steward the opportunities God puts before us. And we won’t always equate success with faithfulness.

Susie Larson

12:30 – 1:30 pm


2:00 – 3:00 pm

(W) The Verses That Keep Me Up at Night: The Risks and Responsibilities of the Christian Writer

The book of James includes a chilling reminder for those in ministry. Teachers, Scripture warns, will be judged more strictly. We’ve got to face facts: Writing is risky. Sharing God’s message of truth and hope is an enormous responsibility, and not one we should take lightly.

In this session, we’ll…

  • Wrestle with the big questions of your calling and mission
  • Discuss the necessity of being grounded in sound doctrine
  • Uncover the subtle lies that can affect your ministry
  • Dive into Scripture to see what Jesus really has to say

Kathleen Kerr

(W) Creating Your Book Proposal from a Marketing Perspective

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

This workshop will explore the varied components of a strong proposal along with tips on how to market that information to catch the eye of an agent and/or a publisher.  Also, attendees will discover a critical marketing exercise that will take their proposal from blah to brilliant! Don’t miss this chance to hear from a literary agent, who has been in the field of Christian retailing and publishing for over 30 years.

Tawny Johnson

(S) The War of Preparation

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

The most difficult part of being a communicator is often the preparation of a message. And yet, the reality is the better you prepare the better you present. In this session, Jeff Henderson from Preaching Rocket will reveal a proven preparation method that will help you make your next presentation your best presentation.

Jeff Henderson

(S) Conquering Your Fear of Public Speaking

Statistically speaking, people say their number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. As Jerry Seinfield once said, this means that the average person at a typical funeral would rather be in the casket than delivering the eulogy.

Jennifer knows all too well the panicked feeling that many of us experience before and during an event. We wonder: Will my message connect? What if I forget what I need to say? And, if she’s being really honest, Jennifer has asked herself this nagging question: Will they like me?

In this inspiring session, you’ll learn how to:

  • Put together a talk that will convey life-changing truths, even if your voice shakes a little
  • Have the “God-fidence” that your message actually has real power
  • “Go weak” and rely on God’s supernatural strength
  • Stop holding back on stage because you feel inadequate for the task

Jennifer Dukes Lee

(W/S) Storytelling on the Page and the Stage

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced

Original stories make our messages memorable, creating space in the hearts of our readers and audiences where God’s truth can sink in and grow. Even short, real-life experiences need structure to make them stick, and longer stories require careful planning to create maximum impact. In this encouraging session with Liz you’ll learn how to:

  • Discover everyday stories, everywhere you go
  • Choose stories that enhance and illustrate your message, keeping each reader and audience member fully engaged
  • Spin a story like a novelist, including just the right mix of dialogue, description, and action

Lead your readers and listeners to a practical, biblical “aha” that will help them move forward in their spiritual journey

Liz Curtis Higgs

(A) Guarding Your Capacity to Pace Your Race

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced

Carpool, career, marriage and parenting combined with Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter keep us running at a fast and hard pace.  Statistics show the startling truth that burnout is on the rise as our capacity, margin and whitespace dwindles. In this session, we will focus on the only kind of leadership you cannot delegate – Self Leadership!

Just as the world has changed, so must our self leadership in order to achieve a mastery of our capacity.  In this workshop you will: By identifying the symptoms of burnout, we can learn to face our busy demands head on and redesign our rhythm to guard not only our capacity, but our hearts as well.

Lisa Allen

3:30 – 5:30 pm

Networking Groups

In this extended session, you will have a chance to connect one-on-one with other She Speaks participants who share your calling and passion. Each group will have a different format, and will be led by Proverbs 31 staff. No preparation is needed.  Although, you might want to bring business cards to share with those you meet.

Select one group you identify with or want to connect with others in this area:

Lead by:  Karen Ehman, Amy Carroll, Sharon Glasgow

Lead by Glynnis Whitwer, Suzie Eller, Lynn Cowell

Lead by Lisa Allen, Melissa Taylor, Joel Muddamalle, Abby Harmon

Balancing Kids and Ministry
Lead by:  Nicki Koziarz, Whitney Capps

5:30 – 6:30 pm

Check in to rooms

6:30 – 8:00 pm


8:15 – 9:45 pm

Main Session



Session Key: W = Writing, S = Speaking, W/S = Speaking and Writing, A = All




7:30 – 8:15 am

COMPEL Information Breakfast

8:30 – 9:30 am

Welcome, Worship, Morning Message

9:50 – 10:50 am

(W) Queries that $ell (and Launch Your Freelance Career)

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate

Did you know that writing and submitting your article first is backwards? Discover how to write query letters that will fit an editor and publication’s needs BEFORE you write the article. Suzie has published hundreds of articles and shows you how to:

  • Increase sales by writing a powerful query letter that will hook the editor
  • Become a valuable asset to a publication and net future assignments
  • Narrow your odds of publication from 1 in 12 to 1 in 5

Suzie Eller

(W) How to Write a Book

Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Writing a book can sound like a great dream, but the reality can be a daunting task. Baker Publishing Group executive vice president Jennifer Leep and executive editor Andrea Doering have walked through this process many times. Join them for an honest and practical session on how to write a book from start to finish. Their experience will help you:

  • Write a book that will change lives and motivate people to recommend it
  • Break down the writing process into manageable bite-size pieces
  • Schedule writing time that allows you keep a balanced life
  • Understand what publishers expect from an author

Andrea Doering and Jennifer Leep

(S) How to Get Invited Back

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

No doubt you’ve attended your share of women’s events, workshops and retreats.  You know when you’ve heard a good speaker, and you know when you’ve heard a great speaker.  How can you differentiate yourself as a speaker who causes planners to say, “Wow, I want to have her back!”  Being in-demand as a speaker doesn’t only have to do with what happens on stage.  It is a package deal that includes how you interact with event planners and how personable you are to the women you are speaking to. In this workshop, Arlene will help you:

  • Craft a speech that will be remembered
  • Interact with your audience to build instant rapport
  • Work seamlessly with event planners
  • Adjust your expectations from Diva to Servant

Arlene Pellicane

(W/S) Creating a Message That is Powerful, Memorable and Life Changing

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate

You’ve got a message. You’ve got a story. But how do you bring it altogether in a way that is powerful, memorable and life changing? How do you strike the balance between story and Scripture? How do you weave principle and personal application into a seamless tapestry that flows? How do you craft a message so that the listener or reader remembers the principles two days later?

Whether you are writing a book or preparing a speaking session, these four elements will show you how to craft a powerful message by

  • Capturing the audience’s heart through story
  • Engaging the audience’s mind through Scripture
  • Impacting the audience’s life with a memorable truth
  • Challenging the audience’s action through application

Sharon Jaynes

(W/S) From "My" to "Ours": How to Form a Ministry Team

You know you’ve been called to ministry but realizing how much work is involved has you worried you won’t be able to do it all. Guess what? You’re right! You won’t. Karen Ehman and her real-life friend turned assistant Lindsey Feldpausch will cover the how-tos of finding help in running your writing and/or speaking ministry. From putting a prayer team in place, gathering a polling audience to bounce ideas off of, and also getting actual help with social media, answering emails, travel details, and other such needed components, this practical workshop will help you form a ministry team by recruiting volunteers, paying help or bartering goods or services.

Karen Ehman & Lindsey Feldpausch

(A) Finding Soul Rest in the Midst of Busyness

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

As the pace of our lives seems to increase, the guilt increases too. Guilt when we are working, and guilt when we aren’t. We live in an endless cycle of overwork and exhaustion. Yet inside every woman’s heart is a longing for true rest … soul rest. It’s there because God designed us that way, but it seems out of reach. Since there’s no pause button on life, Glynnis shares some insight and tips for finding the rest our souls need, while managing our busy lives.

This workshop will help you:

  • Understand the type of rest God wants for us
  • Discover a confidence that can’t be shaken by circumstances
  • Find the right balance between busyness and rest

Glynnis Whitwer

11:10 am – 12:10 pm

(W) What’s In/What’s Out In Publishing

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Marketing and publishing preferences change yearly, even monthly, in what publishers want to see from writers. This is your chance to find out what’s “in” and what’s “out” in publishing topics, formats, and promotional tools. From building email subscribers, to how to utilize an online platform, and popular forms of media like periscopes and podcasts, this workshop will look at: How do you stay current with technology and content? And what attracts publishers and readers to your content? Building this is key, and doing it effectively to make yourself marketable is essential. This will help you streamline your efforts, not duplicate them or feel overwhelmed.

Blythe Daniel

(W) How a Small-Time Blogger Can Actually Get a Book Contract

It was 2012. Jennifer didn’t have a big platform or a large blog following. Her speaking gigs were mostly MOPS groups and small Christmas luncheons. The experts would have told you that, on paper, Jennifer would probably not get a book contract from a major publisher. The experts would have been wrong. A major publisher released Jennifer’s first book in 2014, and then re-signed her for a second book in 2016.

Jennifer isn’t the only one. She will share how she and many other small-platform writers have managed to bring their big ideas into print. In this practical session, you’ll learn how to:

  • Put together a book proposal that agents and publishers can’t ignore.
  • Create a movement that is built around the community you already have.
  • Show publishers that you are willing to do the hard work of marketing.
  • Make the most of what you’ve already built in your ministry.
  • Hold onto hope when rejection inevitably comes.

Jennifer Dukes Lee

(S) Unlocking the Power of Your Personal Testimony

Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

A testimony is a written or spoken statement, such as one given in a court of law, which serves as evidence or proof of something that happened. It’s basically a factual recounting of an experience. But a Christian’s God-inspired testimony is more than just a statement of facts and memories. It’s a raw, real-life, heart-felt story shared by a believer that serves as a proof to others of the power of our living God to change someone’s life.  People may not listen to “facts,” but when they can see and witness proof of God’s activity and how He changed someone’s life, their lives might be changed as well.

Each of us has a story of which we know every last detail, and we long for God to open the door for our story to impact the hearts of others. However, how we tell story that can make all the difference and either push someone away from Christ, or spark a burning desire in them for Him to work in their life as He did in ours. Knowing how to tell your God-story is just as important as having one.

In this workshop, you’ll learn the do’s and don’ts of writing a powerful testimony, in addition to learning how to use a simple, yet impactful five-step process for putting your story together in a way that will come across as intriguing and life changing for those who hear it.  You’ll also benefit from 30 questions to help you unlock the power of your testimony, and glean tips for striking up a conversation about faith in the everyday moments of life.

Tracie Miles

(S) The First Five Minutes

Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Capturing and keeping someone’s attention is more difficult than ever before. It’s why the introduction to a presentation is vitally important. If you don’t capture and keep the audience’s attention from the very beginning, the rest of the talk is often a lost opportunity. In this session, Jeff Henderson from Preaching Rocket will provide you with 5 best practices on how to create engaging introductions.

Jeff Henderson

(S) Be You: Understanding & Maximizing Your Communication Style

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate

As a communicator, the struggle is to “find your voice.” If you’ve been a speaker for any length of time, you’ve likely heard that piece of advice. And if you’ve been a speaker for any length of time you likely know how difficult task that is.  Many communicators will try one of two methodologies: “trial and error” or “cut and paste.” We may try over and over to distinguish our unique voice from the crowd, or we may try to take bits and pieces from our favorite communicators and patchwork a style that we hope feels “right.” This workshop is designed to help you avoid the pitfalls and pangs of both methods. Instead you will:

  • Identify the different communication styles
  • Outline the benefits and best uses of each
  • Short-circuit the cycle of trial and error
  • Overcome the cancer of comparison
  • Understand how to discern your style mix

Whitney Capps

(A) When My Calling Says Wait

In the early 2000s, Wendy sensed God calling her to be a Bible teacher and active in women’s ministry. Not really understanding how to make that happen, she took a huge leap of faith and attended She Speaks. Within a few weeks of returning home Wendy put into place everything she had learned and was raising my hand saying “Pick me! Pick me! I am ready to be your speaker” but the phone did not ring.

Sometimes our calling says, “Wait.” In this session, Wendy will teach the principles she learned as she waited for the phone to ring and the ministry opportunities to come.

You will be encouraged to:

  • Focus on the Person of your faith rather than the object of your wait
  • Prepare for the future by participating in God’s work in the present
  • View God’s pauses as opportunities to know Him better and strengthen your faith
  • Trust the perfection of God’s timing

Wendy Pope

12:15 – 1:15 pm


1:15 – 2:15 pm

(W) So You Want to Blog

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate

So you feel like God is calling you to write in the online space? Yay!  But what happens now?  Join blogger and author Logan Wolfram as she digs into the How and Why behind blogging. It’s often said that “content is king,” but what really matters most behind the content of your blog is the life you’re living.  After all, it’s your life that produces your content.  Discover how to uncover your passions, to plan and give yourself grace along the way, and begin to understand the blogging space as a whole. Uncover how to maintain authenticity, vulnerability and wisdom to write from the full well of your passions and experiences.

Logan Wolfram

(W) How to Write When You Have Kids

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate

During the busy child raising years, is it possible to write without compromising your effectiveness as a mom? In this workshop, Arlene will share the methods she has used to write several books while having three young children (and it doesn’t require missing games, field trips, or evening meals).  You’ll learn how to:

  • Manage time more efficiently
  • Set a realistic schedule for your writing
  • Incorporate your children into the process
  • Keep a brainstorming file to help you generate ideas
  • Create a space conducive to writing
  • Pray for your book project

Arlene Pellicane

(S) 60 Things You Can Do to Become a Better Speaker

Level:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Do you feel called to speak, but not fully equipped? Join Liz, a 30-year veteran of the platform, and learn 60 practical, effective ways to improve your presentations and so honor the One who compels you to speak. This workshop will help you:

  • Create the messages your audience needs most.
  • Craft beginnings, endings and everything in the middle.
  • Control your environment to keep your listeners engaged.
  • Learn to let go of ego and trust God’s leading.

Liz Curtis Higgs

(S) From Amateur to Professional: Taking Your Speaking to the Next Level

Level: Beginner, Intermediate

You feel called to be a speaker. You’ve even spoken at several events and love the ministry God is giving you. But you realize there is so much more to consider – before and after you step onto a platform to share your stories with an audience. Especially since event leaders are looking for speakers who are confident, professional and well organized.

In this workshop you’ll discover the secrets of taking your speaking ministry to the next level. Are you looking for ways to receive more speaking requests and repeat bookings?  Trying to stay organized while working with multiple event leaders? Not sure how much to charge for a keynote message or weekend retreat?  Worried about negotiating your free with an event leader? This workshop is for you! In this highly requested session you will learn:

  • Five ways to capture the attention of event leaders
  • Practical tips to keep you professionally organized
  • How to set and increase your speaking fees
  • Presenting and negotiating your fees with confidence
  • Key components of a speaking contract and why you need one

Leah DiPascal

(A) Three Phases of Your “Dream Come True”

Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Once we decide to take the audacious step towards publication, building a speaking platform, and/or pursuing media opportunities, impatience sets in, then envy, then despair over one seeming delay after another. But is there a purpose in the process? Yes! There is! God uses every single battle, every trial, and every obstacle to train us to stand in the next place He has for us. In this session we’ll look at three phases to your dream come true:

  • A Dream Far Off ~ Motivations Revealed
  • A Dream Up Close ~ Fears Confronted
  • A Dream Realized ~ Faith Strengthened 

We can trust God with the deepest desires of our heart. When He makes us wait, it’s because He’s making us ready. Come, be encouraged and empowered!

Susie Larson

(A) The Process of Publishing

Level: Beginner, Intermediate

There’s a beginning and there’s an end. And then there’s another end. And then one more end. Yes, the process of writing a book from start to holding it in your hands can be complex! Join first-time author Nicki Koziarz as she puts the pieces together for you of what writing and releasing a book really looks like. She’ll share a behind-the-scenes look at the entire process of publishing. Nicki will give you tips and tricks from her own book journey and will share what other authors taught her along this process.

Nicki Koziarz

2:15 – 2:45 pm

Free Time

3:15 – 5:45 pm

Hands On Groups/Bonus Sessions

Study Strategies for Teaching Scripture

First 5 App Teaching Team:  Wendy Blight, Whitney Capps, Leah DiPascal, Wendy Pope, Krista Williams

Level: Beginner, Intermediate

Writing a talk or working on a manuscript is truly hard work. But it’s made even more difficult if we haven’t spent time gaining wisdom from God’s Word. In this workshop we will help you learn simple, but thorough, strategies for studying a passage to identify the context, to understand the main truths being taught and summarize those truths for effective communication and life application. Whether with your family, with your friends or with an audience from the stage or from the page, being able to rightly study and share truth from God’s Word is the call for every believer.

This hands-on workshop will help you break down Scripture into useful and teachable components. You’ll learn how to break a passage into divisions, write a subject sentence that summarizes the text, clarify the aim of you message and write thoughtful, probing discussion questions. Using this comprehensive process to study Scripture will equip you to share what you’ve learned, confident that you’ve kept it in sound, biblical context.

Participants must bring an electronic devise to research using the Internet. Wi-Fi access will be provided.

(Attendance limited to 60 participants)

First 5 App Teaching Team

Social Media: Start to Finish (All from a Smart Phone)

We spend an average of five hours a day on our phones. With all that screen time, it’s more important than ever before that we utilize social media to build a platform.

So, what would happen if we intentionally used just a fraction of that time on social media?

In this hands-on workshop you will …

  • Practice posting content to your social accounts with step-by-step instruction from social media specialists.
  • Understand how to use social media as a powerful marketing tool.
  • Learn practical tips to keep social media real, relevant and relatable.
  • Walk away with confidence in understanding how to use social media on your own.

And the best part? We’re going to do all this and more from that tiny screen that’s never more than a few inches out of reach. That’s right, social media management all from a phone. Who said we needed laptops or fancy software to be a social media expert?

Kayla Hoffman

The Power of the Hook

You have only seconds to hook your reader, whether that is an editor making a decision to champion your proposal or the person who stumbled on to your blog or article. In this interactive workshop, Suzie shares five ways to hook your reader and keep them reading. Participants will brainstorm, write, and share their hooks in a small group setting.

(Attendance limited to 50 participants)

Suzie Eller

Tricks, Tips & Apps for Creating Social Media Graphics From Your Phone

Do you spy awesome graphics on social media and wish you knew how to make some yourself? With the proper apps, tools, and fonts—along with a little hands-on training—it’s a snap! This session will discuss how to capture optimum photos with your phone to use for text graphics, how to create eye-catching font combinations, from where to purchase and import new fonts, and how to do photo-shop skills without using photo-shop! Come prepared to download an app or two, test out a new skill or two and then create something fabulous right from your phone!

Lindsey Feldpausch

The Spiritual Disciplines of a Leader

The hustle and bustle of our world has quietly exceeded our time alone with God teaching us to “do” more until our lives become cluttered and busy. This attitude has permeated the church causing leaders to experience burn-out. In order to lead where God has called us, we must first meet with Him in secret. A leader cannot lead the next generation to be on fire for God if she is not stirring her own love and passion for Christ.

Our greatest leader, Jesus, teaches us the spiritual disciplines we need to be a powerful, creative and a devoted leader. In this hands-on session, discover how these disciplines, and seeking God’s face, can renew and revitalize your weary soul and zeal as a leader.

Lisa Allen & Micca Campbell

Beginners Guide to Blogging: A Technical Perspective

New to the Blogosphere and wondering how to get started? Been around the blog block and looking for a refresher? In this session, we’ll cover some of the most important how-to’s related to setting up a successful web presence with WordPress. From theme installation and plugins, to content organization and SEO best practices, we want to make sure you’re putting your best blog foot forward.

To round it out, we’ll demonstrate an integration with MailChimp’s free email marketing platform and cover some contact maintenance strategies. You’ll walk away from this session with a basic understanding of the WordPress blog platform and the skills needed to create a simple yet powerful blog that your readers will love. After our WordPress demonstration there will be a Q&A session with Proverbs 31 Technical Team.

Contessa Siegner, Christopher Grace & Bethany Mix

6:00 – 7:00 pm


7:00 – 8:00 pm

Main Session

Liz Curtis Higgs

8:30 – 9:30 pm

Dessert Mix & Mingle