We are thrilled to have Lee Grady with the Mordecai Project join us for a POWERFUL weekend of empowering women to live free, live bold and walk in the fullness of all that God has for them! The Mordecai Project is a Christian ministry devoted to healing, protecting and empowering women around the world. Ladies, you will be encouraged, receive healing and empowerment... You will never be the same!
*All conference attendees will be signed up for 10 minute prophetic ministry appointments starting on Saturday, September 21st from 2-5pm.
J. Lee Grady is an author, award-winning journalist and ordained minister. For 17 years he worked for Charisma magazine, one of America ’s most widely distributed evangelical Christian publications, and he served as editor for 11 of those years. He is the author of four books including 10 Lies the Church Tells Women, and he focuses much of his ministry on releasing women in ministry. He has taken his message to 24 countries. Lee and his wife, Deborah, have four daughters. They live near Orlando, Florida.
AMBER DAVIS has been leading worship at NorthGate since she was only 15 years old. She has a burning passion for the Manifest Presence of God and is one of the worshipers that Jesus talked about who worships "In Spirit and in Truth". Amber's sound is intense and passionate and the many original songs she has written reflect her hunger for Jesus and His Kingdom. www.ngca.org
Friday, September 20th @ 6:00pm
Friday, September 20th @ 7:00pm
Session #1 - Equipping/Ministry
Saturday, September 21st @ 10:00am
Session #2 - Equipping/Ministry
Saturday, September 21st @ 2:00pm
Prophetic Ministry Appointments
Saturday, September 21st @ 7:00pm
Session #3 - Equipping/Ministry
This conference is FREE to attend.
But you MUST register online here before September 20th:
After September 19th, Door Registration will be available 1 hour prior to service.
9876 Main Street, Suite 250
Woodstock, Georgia 30188
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