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Beautifully Rooted in Christ Conference

Beautifully Rooted in Christ Conference 


Hi everyone, I hope you're doing well today. I want to officially invite you to a wonderful global conference happening on the 26th and 27th of March 2021. If you haven't heard about this conference, I'm genuinely sorry about that. Let me share a little bit about the inspiration for this event with you.

Every day, women experience oppression from society and sadly this oppression has crept into the church. Many women have been sold lies about God's will for them. Their spiritual gifts have been stifled and there is no room for them to express all God has deposited in them. But the truth is that God has called women and has empowered them by the Holy Ghost to do exploits for His Kingdom.

Colossians 2:7 (AMP) having been deeply rooted [in Him] and now being continually built up in Him and [becoming increasingly more] established in your faith, just as you were taught, and overflowing in it with gratitude.

Beautifully Rooted in christ is a global virtual conference targeted at women ages 14 to 45 years. The aim is to help women deepen their roots in Christ, be built up in the faith, and be established to fulfill God's calling over their lives.

We belong to the king and our existence is all about the king's agenda and His kingdom. Christ is our King and He is mindful of women and the role they play in the great commission. Remember the story of the Samaritan woman in John chapter 4? It shows Christ's heart for us women.

Men are welcome to join us. Especially for men that are in leadership positions, it will help you connect to and relate more with the women that you teach and lead. 

Please register here: bit.ly/brcconference

Please email brcconferencewithbibi@gmail.com if you'd like to sow into the event.

Share this link and encourage people to register! You don't want to miss out on the amazing things God has in store for you. 

With love,

Bibi 

Check out my reel, I can't believe I danced to invite people to my event, lol.

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