Thrive Women's Conference 2019—originally scheduled for February 15-16—has been postponed to May 3-4. If you have already registered and will be unable to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a refund.
Theme: Wisdom has built her house. Proverbs 9:1 & Proverbs 14:1
Daily we are bombarded with so much information at such a high rate of speed, it’s hard to discern what to accept and what to reject. The lines between right and wrong have been blurred to the point of confusion. As women, we need wisdom to navigate the rough waters of our quickly changing world. Wisdom has Built Her House is the theme of this year's Thrive Women's Conference. During this two day event Amy DeBurgh will help us understand what biblical wisdom is and how we can be wise and not foolish in our daily lives.
Friday, May 3: 6:00pm - 9:00pm (Check-in and Registration opens at 5:00pm)
Saturday, May 4, 9:00am - 4:00pm (Continental Breakfast 8:15am)
*Cost: $55 through April 10, $75 after. Register online by April 29 – (You will still be able to register at the door but will not be guaranteed a gift bag.)
Additional family members receive $10 off (select “Additional household member or visitor” when registering)
Don’t let the price stop you from coming. If financial help is needed please contact the office at email@example.com (509) 326-9455
Amy is married to her favorite preacher, Spencer DeBurgh, who is the Senior Pastor of Racine Bible Church in Racine, Wisconsin. The joys of Amy’s life are her three plus one grown children Sam and Rylie DeBurgh, Andrew and Carlyn Copley and her grandson Spencer Copley. She considers life to be pretty great since she has been granted every spiritual blessing in Christ Jesus (Eph. 1:3). Amy’s ministry consists of teaching first-graders at Racine Bible Church, Discipling younger women, Ministering encouragement through humor with Fish Sticks Improv Comedy, and her blog, Practisophical (amydeburgh.wordpress.com). Racine Bible Church holds to this mission: It is our goal to be used by God to make and train disciples who make and train disciples. This is Amy’s whole desire in ministry.