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  • Save One – The Ripple Effect Workshop w/ Sheila Harper

    Sheila Harper is a workshop speaker at the 2017 Invited Conference. Her workshop, “Save One – The Ripple Effect” will be at the Hershey Lodge on Friday, November 10th from 9AM to 9:50AM. Watch her video below for some info about the workshop. We hope to see you in November!   For more information about the 2017 Invited Conference, please click here.

    Help! I’m a HOT Mess! Workshop w/ Dr. Sonja O’Bryan

    Sonja O’Bryan is a workshop speaker at the 2017 Invited Conference. Her workshop, “Help! I’m a HOT Mess!” will be at the Hershey Lodge on Friday, November 10th from 10:10AM to 11AM. Watch her video below for some info about the workshop. We hope to see you in November!   For more information about the 2017 Invited Conference, please click here.

    Invitation by Candace Payne

    Candace Payne is a workshop speaker and a featured speaker at the 2017 Invited Conference. Watch the video below and we hope you will join us in November! For more information about the 2017 Invited Conference, please click here.  

    Invitation by Lysa TerKeurst

    Lysa TerKeurst is the main speaker for all three sessions at the 2017 Invited Conference. Watch the video below and we hope you will join us in November! For more information about the 2017 Invited Conference, please click here.  

    The Runaway Bride

    For years my girlfriends called me the runaway bride. I’d be in a relationship. It would get serious. We’d talk marriage. I’d get close to taking the plunge, and then inevitably instead…  I’d run. I’d runaway. End the relationship. Often breaking their hearts. At the time I wasn’t sure why I did this. I wanted to be married. I wanted to be loved. But whenever the topic came up in a relationship, and the conversation and action steps started to move in that direction, I’d completely freak out! Maybe I was afraid I’d mess things up again. Maybe I felt like it was impossible for someone to love me over the long haul. Whatever the reason was, it was a horrible habit to have. It persisted even after my salvation. The subconscious source of this tendency was obviously grasping tightly onto me, refusing to let go. At one point I
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    Fear vs. Faith

    Have you ever suffered the plague of the “not enough” fears; not being good enough or strong enough, having enough, doing enough, saying enough, looking pretty enough? All of us, at one time or another, have experienced that nagging little voice in our head that whispers, “You’re not enough”. Even the most successful people in this world have had to learn how to ignore that voice and just keep moving toward the goal no matter how afraid they were. A while back, I was listening to a podcast by Louie Giglio that confronted and altered my entire perception about fear and faith. He said that we can choose what we put our faith in. When we put our faith in God and we trust him with our life, we are given peace and rest in exchange. Fear, he simply put, is our faith in the enemy and his schemes and
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    A Disease Worse than Cancer

    I hate cancer. Now, I don’t use the word “hate” often, nor do I feel hatred toward very many things. But I really hate cancer. I hate what it does to a person and how it can take a vibrant, healthy individual so full of life and reduce that same person to one who is weak and fighting for breath. I hate that it is such a long and difficult battle for the patient and their loved ones. I hate that it is so prevalent today and you’re hard pressed not to find someone who hasn’t been personally affected by it, one way or another. As horrible as the disease of cancer is, I’ve found that there is one even more dangerous and more prevalent. The disease of doubt. When a loved one of mine faced cancer, I prayed and believed that God would heal him. For a short time,
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