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hope spoken conference

today i wanted to tell you about something really super special and exciting... just in case you haven't heard of it before today or seen it floating around social media for the last week. it's called Hope Spoken, and it's a conference, for all women, being held in Dallas in March of 2014. this is not a blogging conference, a business conference, a mom conference, or anything else of the sort. it's just plain a place for women to learn and grow and be lifted up in their walk with the Lord. that's my kind of conference, you guys.


there will be times throughout the weekend where we split up into small groups to go through a devotional that parallels what the speakers are sharing, so we can really dive deeper into what the Lord is teaching us... so, the really wonderful and humbling and crazy part? they've asked me to lead a small group. i am so thankful for the opportunity to be a small part of sheperding some ladies' hearts and i hope you'll come and be one of them!

here's a little bit about the conference, straight from the hosts, Danielle, Casey, and Emily:

Hope Spoken is a women's conference where we all can come to know Jesus more, and make Him known in our lives. Our conference will be filled with stories. Stories of Christ in each of our lives, and how we can use these stories for His glory. This is a weekend to rest and feel His love, to lay burdens and hurts down and feel His grace. We want to let women know that they are enough, to encourage women to use their passions, their words, and their creativity for the Lord. We, above all else, want to glorify Jesus' name and share the hope we have in Him. 
Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have gained access by faith into this grace in which we now stand. And we boast in the hope of the glory of God. Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us. // Romans 5:1-5

tickets are on sale right now
don't wait. you do not want to miss this.
i'm serious, just check out the speakers.


i hope to see you there, friends! let me know if you're going!





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  1. Aw, that is so awesome Aly!! I really really want to go! If I do go to a conference at all THIS would be the one. So praying that I'll get the chance to meet you! Can't believe it's a year away though! :)

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    1. i know, a whole year... but years go by so quickly these days, we'll blink and it'll be here! i hope you can come too!

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  2. i so.. SO hope to go. i am planning to be at Influence, which is only 6 months prior.

    i'll have to work on buttering up the hubby :)

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    1. i know, it's hard to think about doing two conferences within 6 months... BUT they're in separate years so maybe that will help convince him?? ;)

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