“Yet this I call to mind and therefore I have hope: Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail.”
February 23, 2018 – 6:00pm to 9:00pm
February 24, 2018 – 8:30am to 3:00pm
Sometimes life is a big ‘Hallelujah!’
Sometimes life is tougher than it should be – ‘I don’t deserve this’ times come along. Where is God when the storms are raging and they don’t quit. Ever think ‘God has left the scene and is nowhere to be found’? Join us as we rediscover Hope in life’s brokenness at the 2018 Whole Woman’s Conference.
Clarksville Community Center
103 Woodland Dr, Clarksville, VA 23927
A native of Durham, NC, Jane currently lives in Clarksville VA with her husband Michael. Jane has a Master of Divinity from Duke University where she serves as President of the National Alumni Council. She earned a BS in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Jane has a wide background in business, sales, and marketing. As an ordained clergy, she has worked in parish/church ministries and hospice aftercare. Jane is CEO of Whole Woman Conference, Inc and leads conferences and retreats for women in VA, NC and beyond. She is a former member of the Governing Board for Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, “a Christian network that helps people put their faith into practice.” Jane shares a deep love for and commitment to God that has developed through years of relationship, personal trials and life experiences. A gifted speaker, teacher and facilitator, she will challenge and encourage you where life and faith intersect.
Kristen currently serves as the Minister of Spiritual Development and Communication at Pritchard Memorial Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC. Kristen received her Master Degree from Campbell University Divinity School. She also has a MA in College Student Development from Appalachian State University, and a BS in Child Development and Family Relations from East Carolina University. She currently serves on the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Governing Board, “a Christian network that helps people put their faith into practice.” Kristen is also the author of “Message in a Post”. You can find her website at www.kristentucker.com or on Facebook: Message in a Post.
Bernadine is an award-winning professional with nearly 30 years experience in telecommunications and customer service with fortune 500 companies. She currently serves in chaplaincy roles at Croasdale village retirement community and the UNC wake Brook hospital. Bernadine has a BA in Mass Communications and Broadcast News from NC A&T University, and is currently a 3rd year M.Div student at Duke University Divinity School. She is a disciple of Wake Chapel Church in Raleigh, where she currently resides, and a 31 year member of Delta Sigma Theta. Bernadine serves and mentors women most ‘invisible’ in society, and enjoys encouraging all people.
Camela (Kim) Warren
Camela is a native of Durham, NC. She is currently a member of Wharton Memorial Baptist Church in Nelson, VA where she frequently serves as devotion leader and is a member of the Youth Development Committee. She began singing as a young child touring NC and VA with her family, The Overby Sisters. As a young adult she toured the United States with the nationally acclaimed North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, NCA&TSU, Fellowship Gospel Choir. She has worked with The Robeson Players of NCA&TSU Theatre Arts, and has also served as President of the Women’s Ministry at Good News Baptist Church in Greensboro, NC.
Saturday Afternoon Entertainer
Betty is a retired Administrative Assistant who currently leads the volunteers at MeadowView Terrace in Clarksville VA. She previously served as Director of Nursery/Preschool at Clarksville Baptist Church in Clarksville, VA. Known as “Miss Betty” to her friends, she truly believes the Lord loves a happy Christian and enjoys sharing funny stories about “her children” and others.
6:00pm Registration (light refreshments)
7:00pm Conference Begins
8:30am Registration (continental breakfast)
9:00am Conference Begins (lunch included)
For overnight accommodations, a small block of rooms is being held at Magnuson Hotel on the Lake, 103 2nd Street, Clarksville, VA 23927. If you are interested, call Mary Willis at 434-374-5023. You must book directly with the hotel and not through their website to get the discounted rate. Ask for the WWC room rate.