Events

Women's Leadership University 2019

Women's Leadership University 2019

Take advantage of this opportunity to be trained in the latest trends as well as network with leaders from across Arkansas.


Location:
Immanuel Baptist Church,
Little Rock

Registration


This event is designed for women’s ministry leaders, team members, and potential leaders. Cutting-edge strategies will be presented that will enable your ministry to be relevant to women of all ages and stages of life. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn the latest trends and network with leaders from across Arkansas. You do not want to miss this time of training. 

 

 

Our Speaker:

CYNTHIA HOPKINS

Cynthia Hopkins is a writer, speaker, and the founder of Platform 320, a nonprofit ministry for women. Cynthia has been writing Bible studies, articles, and devotions for LifeWay for 20 years, and serves as a content editor for smallgroup.com. She is the author of “What Now?” a 30-day book of devotions for students, and “Side By Side,” team-building devotions for the Gospel-centered workplace. Through Platform 320, Cynthia leads multi-church women’s retreats, ministry wives retreats, and women’s mission endeavors. Her husband Clay is the associate pastor at their church, FBC College Station, TX. They have two young adult children, Brandon and Abby.


Conference Topics

Leading Women to Live Sent

If you had to nail it down to one thing, what would you say is your goal in leading women? There are many leadership pursuits and outcomes that are good, but there is only one that is essential, and through which everything we do should funnel and flow. It's easy to get sidetracked by nonessential things. So in this session, we'll explore some key principles from the Book of Acts to help you live out the fundamental calling of every Christian leader—making disciples who make disciples.

 

Connecting the Generations
Today’s generational differences present unique challenges to building a discipling culture among women in the church. Understanding and bridging these differences are necessary for the spiritual health of individual believers and the church body as a whole. This session will highlight six practical ways to build bridges that connect women across the generations.