Louisburg Whole Woman Conference

“Refuel The Passion”

Friday, Sept 29 & Saturday, Sept 30, 2017

Louisburg College

501 N. Main Street
Louisburg NC 27549



Through stories captured in Scripture, as well as through stories mirrored in real life experiences, we will explore Passion…
Does everyone have passion?
What zaps or steals your passion?
Can we get it back?
If so, how can we refuel?

Passion, according to Meriam Webster Online dictionary, can be defined as “a strong liking or desire for or devotion to some activity, object or concept”

“the emotions as distinguished from reason; an intense driving or overmastering feeling; Conviction”

“the Sufferings of Christ, between the night of the last supper and His death”

For more information please contact Cindy Lancaster at 919-497-6703.

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Louisburg Speakers

jane lyon

Rev. Jane Lyon, M.Div.

Jane is a native of Durham, NC. She and her husband, Michael, currently live in Clarksville, VA.  Jane has a Master of Divinity from Duke University where she serves as President of the National Alumni Council. She has 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. She is a former member of the Governing Board for CBF, “a Christian network that helps people put their faith into practice.”  Jane is CEO of Whole Woman Conference, Inc. and leads conferences and retreats for women nationwide. 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.”


donna aycock

Donna Aycock

Residing in Louisburg, NC, Donna became a Christian at the age of 39, and God has taken her from teaching 5th-6th grade Sunday School to Adult Women to the Nursery and to now working with the youth. Donna is able to find laughter er in the toughest of times, and will lead us to do so also.

Diane Marks

Diane Marks

Wherever you find Diane, she is glorifying the Lord with her servant heart. During the day, Diane is the Clerk to the Franklin County Board of Education and after hours she is the Service Unit Manager for the Vance/Warren Girl Scouts. She has been married to her husband for almost 30 years and they have one adult daughter, Kalie.


Schedule of Events


Friday, September 29, 2017

6:00pm Registration and Soup, Salad & Dessert
7:00pm Conference Begins
9:00pm Adjourn

Saturday, September 30, 2017

8:30am Continental Breakfast
9:00pm Conference Begins (lunch included)
3:00pm Depart

Musical Ministry

Musical Ministry

Sheila AlstonRev. Sheila D. Alston

Rev. Alston was born to Rev. Junious & the late Peggie Crudup Debnam and brought up in Youngsville, North Carolina, the eldest of five children. She completed high school at Bunn High in 1981 and furthered her education taking classes at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro and Vance Granville Community College. Rev. Alston is married to Rev. Dr. Anthony Q. Alston, Sr. and resides in Louisburg, North Carolina. They have three sons, one special daughter-in-law and four grandchildren.

Rev. Alston is an active disciple of the Jones Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Norlina and the wife of the pastor. She serves on the Missionary Ministry, the Mass Choir Vice President, and is the Associate Minister. She is employed with Franklin County Schools in the Business/Finance Office as the Purchasing Agent. She also serves as an advocate in the Women’s Safe House for women of domestic violence abuse and homelessness. Rev. Alston says her biggest accomplishment is receiving the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal savior and serving as one of His ambassadors. In December 2005, God called her to minister to his people and to be a fisher of men, women and children. In November 2011, she was ordained under the United Shiloh Association in Warren County.