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1,700 Women's Ministry Leaders to Gather For Revive '13

Revive 13 Women Helping WomenStarting Friday, more than 1,700 women’s ministry leaders will gather in the Chicago area for Revive Our Hearts’ Revive ’13 conference.

The sold-out conference, which will take place September 20-21, will equip participants with tools to help them share their life with other women in need of biblical wisdom and help. Revive ’13: Women Helping Women is specially designed for women’s ministry leaders, pastors’ wives, Bible study teachers, small group leaders, and biblical counselors.

“This is a conference intended for … any woman who’s investing in other women or would like to have a ministry into the lives of other women,” says Nancy Leigh DeMoss, host and teacher for Revive Our Hearts and Seeking Him, two nationally-syndicated programs heard each weekday on more than 1,000 radio stations.

In addition to DeMoss, conference participants will hear from Paul David Tripp, Elyse Fitzpatrick, and more. And breakout sessions will cover topics including “How We Counsel from the Bible,” “Eight Life-Giving Essentials for Women in Need,” and “Women Helping Women in the Church.”

DeMoss says the conference will be a great opportunity for women to get refreshed, to get replenished as a leader, to grow, to take some next steps in ministry, and to just meet with other women who have a heart for serving women.

Although the conference is sold out, it will be streamed live in English and Spanish.

“Please share this opportunity for the women in your area to participate in this way,” says Jennifer Perez of Ambassador Advertising Agency, which works with Revive Our Hearts.  “And, please be praying for and with Nancy and the other presenters as they come alongside these women from all over the country.  May they be blessed in amazing ways!”

More news and updates about the live Revive '13 video stream is available on ReviveOurHearts.com.

Published: September 19, 2013

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