Hello Friends, Miriam Drennan’s Devotional below reminded me how vital we are to each other. Whether it’s a ‘prayer partner’, a friend made at a Whole Woman Conference, or otherwise, my prayer is that you have “a stake” in your life; and, that you are “a stake” in someone else’s life. With love, jane “Bear […]
An article by Karen Kistler/Mooresville Tribune firstname.lastname@example.org The Whole Woman Conference is coming to Mooresville. Open to all women, the conference will be held on March 24 from 7-9 p.m. and March 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Charles Mack Citizen Center, downtown Mooresville. Cost for the two-day event is $60 per […]
Dear Friends, You are heartily invited and warmly welcomed to join me in a safe, comfortable, hospitable place where you are respected and free to be you!! EVENT: 12th Annual Whole Woman’s Conference scheduled DATEs: Friday and Saturday, February 24 and 25, 2017 PLACE: Clarksville Community Center on Willow Drive in Clarksville, Virginia This year’s […]
The Eighth Annual Whole Woman’s Conference scheduled for Friday and Saturday, February 24 and 25, 2017. Once again this year, it will be held at the Clarksville Community Center on Willow Drive in Clarksville, Virginia. This year’s Conference is being held in late February in the hopes of avoiding potential bad weather and also has […]
“You Talkin’ to Me?” is the theme of the 11th annual WWC to be held Jan. 22-23, 2016, in Clarksville, Virginia. The registration fee is $60 per person. Registration closed January 15th for this year. Plan to join us next year. Whole Woman Conference has added the Crusader Camp. The camp will be held at […]
The following devotional was taken with permission from “Message in a Post,” a daily devotional site on Facebook, which is authored by Kristen Tucker, M.Div.. “If I asked you today to tell me how many people you knew needed some type of healing, I am sure you could gather a list for me quickly. For […]
Dear Friends, “I Quit!”, were the words in my mind and recognized in my spirit by my “clearness committee” (Quaker custom described in Parker Palmer’s Let Your Life Speak, p.44) as we gathered in February. “This is too hard, I am tired, what’s the point, people don’t care,” whine, whine, whine! Then came the clarifying […]
Jane Lyon, CEO of the Whole Woman Conference, is now President of the Governing Board of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Read the article from the Mecklenburg Sun newspaper about this honor.
Miss Betty Rodenhizer has tickled our funny bones each year. She has jokingly said that she should be paid for her segment of the event. One year, Jane presented Miss Betty with a big check in hopes that it would cover her vast expenses.
We find the message of this song especially poignant and featured it at the last WWC. We hope you enjoy listening to it as well.