Woman, How Much Are You Worth?

Lean in. Level Up. Live Out Loud.

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Conference Hosts

Dr. R. A. Vernon

Dr. R. A. Vernon is the founder and senior pastor of The Word Church, the largest and fastest growing church in the history of Cleveland, Ohio and one of the fastest growing in the nation. With thirty years in ministry and twenty in the pastorate, Dr. Vernon has enjoyed a prolific, storied career as a spiritual trailblazer. He’s a relational leader and every bit of a man’s man, but he pastors women with paternal passion, uplifting us, reassuring us of God’s love, and consistently reminding us of our infinite worth in His eyes.

First Lady Victory Vernon

To us, she’s Lady Vernon, a spiritual mentor, teacher, and supporter of women. She’s the director of women’s ministry at The Word Church, where she creates and oversees programs to recognize, solicit, and celebrate contributions women make for the cause of Christ. She invigorates women everywhere by speaking life, promoting wellness, and encouraging wholeness. She is a champion of womankind, a supporter, and an advocate; inspiring women everywhere to do the work to be the best version of themselves. Oh, and she’s the flyest first lady ever.

About This Event

We are reclaiming our personal power, our voices, and our bodies.

At the Woman, How Much Are You Worth? women’s conference, we’re embracing this moment and celebrating the movement by bringing women together from all over the country to impart both its importance and implications, and we’re doing it through the power of the Holy Spirit. At this year’s conference, we’ll empower you to discover and pursue the woman God created you to be. We’ll embolden you to lean in, speak up, and move forward. We’ll encourage you to release past issues, and energize you to take action toward your goals.

Class Descriptions
Location

The Word Church Akron
2324 Manchester Rd.
Akron, OH 44314

Speakers

17 Professional Speakers:

Dr. R. A. Vernon, First Lady Victory Vernon, Cha’nae Brown,Tameka Collins, Rita Cotman, Andritta Craig, Patrice Harris, Rashelle Jenkins, Arnalesa Lavender, Candiss Owens, Charese Robinson, Gail Stringer, Siobhan Sudberry, Jennifer Wainwright, Tyniece Wingfield, Jessica Stephenson, Danita Harris

Date

October 31- November 2, 2018

Sponsors

First Year Cleveland, Summa Health

Venue

The Word Church Akron

The Word Church Akron is a 265,000 square-foot facility with three sanctuaries—the largest of which seats 3,000+—a gym, multiple kitchens, dozens of classrooms, and an outreach center.

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EVENT SPEAKERS

Dr. R. A. VernonDr. R. A. Vernon
Dr. R. A. Vernon
Dr. R. A. Vernon
Cha’nae BrownCha’nae Brown
Cha’nae Brown
Cha’nae Brown
As the youth department executive director at The Word Church, Cha’nae teaches young adults how to live with Christlike conviction, courage, and compassion.Cha’nae is teaching the teen track edition ofGracefully Broken.
Charese RobinsonCharese Robinson
Charese Robinson
Jessica StephensonJessica Stephenson
Jessica Stephenson
Jessica Stephenson
Danita HarrisDanita Harris
Danita Harris
Danita Harris
Lady Victory VernonLady Victory Vernon
Lady Victory Vernon
Lady Victory Vernon
Tameka CollinsTameka Collins
Tameka Collins
Tameka Collins
Tameka is an elder at The Word Church, and she’s teaching our Gracefully Broken session. Elder Tameka has experienced the breaking and the making of God in various areas and seasons of her life, and believes that when we are gracefully broken, God can heal us fully.
Candiss OwensCandiss Owens
Candiss Owens
Candiss Owens
Candiss is an educator who loves to help people understand the complexities of different kinds of relationships, especially their relationship with God. She loves to travel and watch movies, and if you’re looking for a fellow fearless female to do something adventurous, Candiss is your girl, as she’s a bona fide thrill-seeker. Candiss is teaching our teen track class, She’s Not Your Friend.
DR. MITZI SMITHDR. MITZI SMITH
DR. MITZI SMITH
DR. MITZI SMITH
Tyniece WingfieldTyniece Wingfield
Tyniece Wingfield
Tyniece Wingfield
Tyniece J. is a case manager, a certified event planner, and “employed-preneur.” Tyniece enjoys learning about God’s word and is absolutely crazy about the Daily Audio Bible. Her razor-sharp wit has been known to make people laugh out loud at the most inappropriate times, and she’s a fierce competitor in volleyball and tennis. Tyniece is teaching Love, Sex, and Relationships: Singles Edition.
JACQUE WHITEJACQUE WHITE
JACQUE WHITE
JACQUE WHITE
Rita CotmanRita Cotman
Rita Cotman
Rita Cotman
Rita Cotman is a clinician supervisor at Cleveland Clinic, one of the nation’s top-ranked hospitals. She has a genuine compassion for helping people and welcomes opportunities to identify with those who are hurting. Rita is teaching Love, Sex, and Relationships: Married Edition.
Patrice HarrisPatrice Harris
Patrice Harris
Patrice Harris
Patrice is the VP of diversity and field learning for Signet Jewelers and an elder at The Word Church. She’s fun, creative, and passionate about enjoying life, serving others, and excelling at whatever she puts her heart and hands too. Patrice is teaching our That’s Her Chair class.
Jennifer WainwrightJennifer Wainwright
Jennifer Wainwright
Jennifer Wainwright
Jennifer is the director of content and virtual engagement at The Word Church. She’s a good-natured grammar snob who likes to have written, and while she doesn’t want anyone to know it, she secretly aspires to be a member of the uber-exclusive literary intelligentsia. Jennifer is the best Taboo player in history and is teaching Do You See Me? How Voice and Visibility Inform Our Value.
Rashelle JenkinsRashelle Jenkins
Rashelle Jenkins
Rashelle Jenkins
Rashelle is the director of human resources and an elder at The Word Church. She’s passionate about loving her family, and helping women to know the love and amazing grace of God. In her downtime, you can find Rashelle playing tennis or dancing to YouTube videos with her grandson Carter.
Andritta CraigAndritta Craig
Andritta Craig
Andritta Craig
Andritta is an elder and campus manager of The Word Church, an assistant to Lady Vernon, and co-author of the book Called to Serve, which she wrote with her husband, Larry Craig. She’s enjoys loving and serving God’s people, and she’s teaching the class, A Servant’s Heart.
Siobhan SudberrySiobhan Sudberry
Siobhan Sudberry
Siobhan Sudberry
Siobhan is a clarity cultivator, i.e., a life coach, who works with women who feel stuck and unfulfilled in their lives by teaching them how to show up and take action. Siobhan believes that practicing self-care and a keen awareness of your raison d'etre is key to a free, gratifying life. Siobhan is a bibliophile who recently took up bullet journaling, and spends her spare time laughing with loved ones and exploring new places.
Gail StringerGail Stringer
Gail Stringer
Gail Stringer
Gail is an elder at The Word Church and an American Council on Exercise (ACE) group certified exercise instructor. She teaches weekly cardio classes at the YMCA and loves to promote the pursuit of excellence in body, mind, and spirit for God’s glory. In her downtime, you can find her playing with her granddaughter, Samaya. Gail is teaching our What the Health? Class.
Arnalesa LavenderArnalesa Lavender
Arnalesa Lavender
Arnalesa Lavender
Around here she’s known as Lesa, a Kingdom-driven wife and mom who wears many hats, and makes a full life look chic and easy. Lesa is talented and funny with wisdom beyond her years, and if you converse with her for just a few minutes, you’ll hear God’s heart flow straight from hers. Lesa is teaching our teen track class, Selfie Slay.

SPECIAL GUESTS

gospel artist todd galberthgospel artist todd galberth
gospel artist todd galberth
gospel artist todd galberth
COMEDIAN MARCUS WILEYCOMEDIAN MARCUS WILEY
COMEDIAN MARCUS WILEY
COMEDIAN MARCUS WILEY
GOSPEL ARTIST TONYA BAKERGOSPEL ARTIST TONYA BAKER
GOSPEL ARTIST TONYA BAKER
GOSPEL ARTIST TONYA BAKER
COMEDIENNE MS SHIRLEENCOMEDIENNE MS SHIRLEEN
COMEDIENNE MS SHIRLEEN
COMEDIENNE MS SHIRLEEN

EVENT SCHEDULE

12:00 PMCheck-in + Registration (12:00 PM – 5:00 PM)
3:00 PMVendor Check-in + Registration
7:00 PMDr. Vernon with special guest Todd Galberth
6:00 AMFitness Classes (Optional) 6:00 AM – 6:45 AM
7:45 AMBonus Session Praying with Power, Purpose, and Passion First Lady Jessica Stephenson City of Truth Church (7:45 AM – 8:45 AM)
8:45 AMPraise + Worship (8:45 AM – 8:55 AM)
9:15 AMBreakout Session I (9:15 AM – 10:30 AM)
11:00 AMGeneral Session II Danita Harris, Cleveland News Channel 5
12:15 PMLunch + Vendor Exhibition + Bonus Classes Brunch with Lady Vernon (Leading Ladies Only)
1:30 PMPresentations by Community Organizations (1:30 PM – 2:00 PM)
2:15 PMBreakout Session II (2:15 PM – 3:30 PM)
3:30 PMPraise Break Featuring guest psalmists from various ministries
4:00 PMBreak + Vendor Exhibition
7:00 PMJokes + Jazz Comedienne Ms. Shirleen + Comedian Marcus D. Wiley
6:00 AMFitness Classes (Optional) (6:00 AM – 6:45 AM)
7:45 AMBonus Session Praying with Power, Purpose, and Passion First Lady Jessica Stephenson, City of Truth Church (7:45 AM – 8:45 AM)
11:00 AMGeneral Session III Meet Me in The Middle – Panel with Millennials
8:45 AMPraise + Worship (8:45 AM – 8:55 AM)
12:15 PMLunch + Vendor Exhibition + Bonus Classes
9:15 AMBreakout Session III (9:15 AM – 10:30 AM)
1:30 PMPresentations by Community Organizations (1:30 PM – 2:00 PM)
2:15 PMBreakout Session IV Love + Sex + Relationships | Married – Elder Rita Cotman Love + Sex + Relationships | Singles – Tyniece Wingfield (2:15 PM – 3:30 PM)
3:30 PMBreak + Vendor Exhibition
7:00 PMClosing Session IV Lady Vernon + Guest Psalmist, Tonya Baker

Class Descriptions

LEADING LADIES TRACK

Introduction to Womanist Hermeneutics: Doing Embodied, Soul-full Interpretation

Dr. Mitzi Smith, Ashland Theological Seminary

A womanist is a woman of color who is unapologetically knowledgeable, wise, vocal, capable, visible, and audacious. Womanist hermeneutics acknowledges that race/racism, class/classism, and gender/sexism intersect in black women’s lives and must be considered when interpreting scripture and doing ministry.
To interpret scripture from a womanist perspective means to prioritize the voices, traditions, artifacts, challenges, creativity, history and communities of women of color as legitimate sources for doing biblical Interpretation.
This session aims to teach leading ladies how to read the Scriptures from a womanist perspective in order to challenge oppression, facilitate freedom, and empower self and community. It will raise your consciousness and give you the resources and tools necessary to do the womanist interpretation.

Co-Pastor Jackie White, Have Live Church

To be gracefully broken is to surrender everything—our thoughts, our plans, or concerns—especially the ones that keep us up at night. It is complete and utter submission to our Savior and His will for us. We do this sometimes without even fully understanding that our brokenness has a purpose.

The process of brokenness can be brutal, and going from unbrokenness to brokenness is not a simple A-to-B practice. But there is a game-changing blessing in yielding to its power, as God can use our brokenness to make us stronger.

If you’d like to discover the beauty, blessing, and breakthrough waiting on the other side of your brokenness, this class is calling your name.

A Panel with Leading Ladies

In addition to being leading ladies, we’re corporate professionals and work-at-home moms. We’re active PTA members and caregivers for aging parents. We’re in meetings and rehearsals, attending conferences and planning vacations. We’re helping husbands and following up with friends. And on top of all this, we’re still doing the majority of the housework and earning less at work than our male counterparts.

While we shouldn’t hold our breath in anticipation that these realities will change anytime soon, we should stop to take one—a breath, that is.
In this class, you’ll learn to rest in God—amidst the clamor of life’s constant demands—so you can discover the rest of God. You’ll get tips on how to practice mindfulness and self-care in a way that works for you, as well as practical insights on how to capture the ever-elusive rhythm and flow of a harmonious life.

*Leading ladies are female senior pastors, co-pastors, and first ladies

GENERAL TRACK

Charese Robinson

Dave Ramsey may have said it best. “You must gain control over your money or the lack of it will forever control you.”

There aren’t many things in life we can control but how we manage our money is typically one of the things we can. In this class, you’ll learn some key strategies to gain your financial independence. We’ll discuss how to save and spend wisely, whether using credit is a sensible strategy or a slippery slope, and smart decisions you can make now to help secure your financial future.

Siobhan Sudberry

We’re corporate professionals and work-at-home moms. We’re active PTA members and caregivers for aging parents. We’re in meetings and rehearsals, attending conferences and planning vacations. We’re helping husbands and following up with friends. And on top of all this, we’re still doing the majority of the housework and earning less at work than our male counterparts.

While we shouldn’t hold our breath in anticipation that these realities will change anytime soon, we should stop to take one—a breath, that is.
In this class, you’ll learn to rest in God—amidst the clamor of life’s constant demands—so you can discover the rest of God. You’ll get tips on how to practice mindfulness and self-care in a way that works for you, as well as practical insights on how to capture the ever-elusive rhythm and flow of a harmonious life.

Jennifer Wainwright

You know that feeling you get when you’ve misplaced your keys, forgot your cell phone, or lost the remote? That frustrating, I’m-about-to-lose-my-mind-because-I-just-had-it-10-minutes-ago feeling? It’s one of the most vexing feelings in the world, isn’t it?

Now forget about that one and consider the one that supplants it the instant you find the thing you’re looking for. Oh, what joy! It’s the unmatched gratification of recovering that thing you spent so much time looking for. And that feeling right there? That’s finding your voice. And it. Is. Everything.

Add that to the passion that emerges when you finally cultivate the confidence to use that beautiful voice and you have a woman who not only knows her worth but whose worth is on the rise.

If you want to learn how to subpoena your voice from the silence of shame, doubt, or angst to a place where God can use the evidence of your experience and the authority of your ken to testify to his grace; to help others live their best life while you’re living yours, this is the class for you.

Rashelle Jenkins

God wants a deep, meaningful, relationship with us. He wants a bond that surpasses any that we may have with another human being so that He can lavish us with love in a way that only He can—a passionate, authentic love that knows no bounds.

If you’re ready to embrace this kind of lovin’ and find out what you need to do to get closer to your Heavenly Father so that you can experience the love He so desperately wants to give you, we’ll see you in class.

Gail Stringer

Mankind’s first setback involved a piece of forbidden fruit, and it’s been a struggle ever since.
Our bodies belong to God, and taking care of ourselves by eating right and exercising often not only benefits us in life-giving ways, it glorifies and honors God.

It’s commonplace for people to set weight loss, nutritious eating, and workout goals, but if we’re honest, most of the time, it has nothing to do with spirituality and everything to do with superficiality—we want to look good.

Of course, there is absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to look our best. In fact, we should want to look our best. But should there be a more compelling reason for mastering our bodies? What’s the connection between faith and food? Does God really care about what we eat? Is our spiritual prosperity at steak stake?

Attend this class and get ready to avail your body to God in ways you never thought you would. And, get the insight you need to conquer those body goals once and for all when you find out the answers to these questions and more.

Andritta Craig

We’re shaping a new narrative and promoting a different agenda at Woman, How Much Are You Worth?

A servant’s heart will inspire you to always keep your focus on God knowing that in your serve it is ultimately Him that we serve! A servant’s heart is surrendered and submitted to God with attributes of commitment, obedience, and devotion.

We will discuss many nuances such as Serving & Purging, Attention & Applause, Tired & Tempted, and How to Nurture a Servant’s Heart.

We’re compelling women to love, support, and share with each other in measurable, meaningful ways; to be loyal and willing to show up for each other in tough times, even if it means putting our sister’s needs before our own. We’re letting it be known that that’s who we want to be and who we will be.

Tameka Collins

According to Bella over at endlesslyloved.com, when you first hear the words “gracefully,” and “broken,” together, it seems to be almost an oxymoron. How can someone be broken down gracefully?

To be gracefully broken is to surrender everything—our thoughts, our plans, our concerns—especially the ones that keep us up at night. It is complete and utter submission to our Savior and His will for us. We do this sometimes without even fully understanding that our brokenness has a purpose.

If you’d like to discover the beauty, blessing, and breakthrough waiting on the other side of your brokenness, this class is calling your name.

Patrice Harris

In a world where [black] women are now enrolled in post-secondary schools and earning degrees in larger numbers than any other demographic in the country, as well as shifting theologies about the part women play in spiritual settings, it’s not surprising that women are filling more leadership roles in our careers, churches, and communities.

These changes have also complicated relational dynamics between women, as we are meeting each other in classrooms, boardrooms, and backrooms far more often than we did a decade or so. The truth is, we haven’t quite adjusted to seeing other women in the higher positions we now occupy ourselves, so we’re not always sure of how to connect with other women who are in “our” space. This uncertainty breeds misconceptions about motives, unfounded insecurities, and critical attitudes towards one another, which, left unchecked, spreads with cancerous aggression. (Men aren’t used to us being in these spaces either—that’s a whole ‘nother thing. We’re addressing that too).

In this class, we’ll expose and excise the destructive messages we’ve internalized that have caused these challenges. We’ll even talk about some of our more sensitive home-of-origin issues, those we inherited from our mother or contrived because she wasn’t present.
Brace yourselves because we’re going there, but you can trust that we’ll all be better for it.

Whether you’re a corporate professional, an entrepreneur, or a stay-at-home mom who feels intimidated by the PTA supermoms, this class is going to help you maneuver with grace rather than manipulate and disgrace the relationships you have with the women you work, worship, and wrangle with (*gulp*).

TEEN TRACK

Arnalesa Lavender

In a world where we are flooded with images of women with “perfect” bodies and social media filters that beautify our faces in ways that have people now running to plastic surgeons asking them to make them look the way, they look when they use snapchat filters.

In this class, young women will learn that their worth is not based on their looks and performance, but rather who they are as a beautifully and wonderfully made creation whom God loves and assigned value to the moment she was conceived.

Candiss Owens

Every girl knows that a true friend is a gift, while the pain that comes with the discovery that someone who pretended to be a friend really wasn’t can be life-changing.

In this class, teens will learn the qualities of a healthy female friendship, and equally important, how to recognize the signs of a toxic friendship. They’ll also learn that to have great friendships, you have to be a great friend yourself, and we’re going to show them how. Last, they’ll discover what real friendship looks like, and what it means to be a loyal, caring confidant.

Cha’nae Brown

Boo’d Up: A Panel with Teen Girls on Love and Relationships

According to Bella over at endlesslyloved.com, when you first hear the words “gracefully,” and “broken,” together, it seems to be almost an oxymoron. How can someone be broken down gracefully?

To be gracefully broken is to surrender everything—our thoughts, our plans, our concerns—especially the ones that keep us up at night. It is complete and utter submission to our Savior and His will for us. We do this sometimes without even fully understanding that our brokenness has a purpose.

If you’d like to discover the beauty, blessing, and breakthrough waiting on the other side of your brokenness, this class is calling your name.

Yeah, we purposely omitted sex there, because we still believe (in our Drake’s voice) in God’s plan. But, alas, we’ll go there, because we know the message they’re getting from the world (*rolls eyes*), and we want to make sure we counter that message with the message of Christ.

21Sessions
32Hours
17Speakers
2Sponsor

HOTELS (Click on Hotel Name For Reservations)

The following hotels have partnered with us and are providing exclusive, discounted rates and concessions for conference attendees! All within a 15-minute drive to The Word Church Akron!

Courtyard by Marriott Akron Downtown$112++per room, per night 41 Furnace Street, Akron OH 44308 P.330.252.9228
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Hampton Inn Akron/South$94++ per room, per night (breakfast included) 880 Arlington Ridge East, Akron OH 44312 P.330.644.6579
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Hilton Garden Inn Akron-Canton Airport$109-$119++ (based on room type) per room, per night (all rooms sleep up to 4) 5251 Landmark Blvd., North Canton OH 44720 24 Hour Airport Shuttle Service (between hotel & airport only). ``Use booking code 'WORD' to book your room at the group discounted rate`` P.330.966.4907
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Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Akron Fairlawn$99++ per room, per night 208 Springside Drive, Akron OH 44333 Breakfast included. P.330.665.0641
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Hilton Garden Inn Akron$119 ++ per room, per night 1307 East Market Street Akron OH 44305 Complimentary shuttle to/from hotel to The Word Church for conference attendees.``Use booking code 'WORD' to book your room at the group discounted rate`` P. 330.733.2900
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FAQ

Here is a list of answers to frequently asked questions about the conference.

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Is there an attendance form I can present to my employer or my child's school for the days missed from work or school?

Yes. Attendance letters for both work and school are available for download below.  The letters reflect conference dates only (October 31st – November 2nd).

Click Here to Download Attendance Letters

If attending only in the evenings of the conference, what is the fee?

The conference fee is not available for a la carte pricing. Those attending in the evenings only must register at the full conference fee.

Do volunteers have to pay to attend?

Yes. Those that would like to volunteer for a portion and then actually attend any portion of the conference, you must register at the full conference fee.

If I can not attend the conference can I get a refund?

We are sorry to hear that you are unable to attend the conference. Tickets are non-refundable and can not be transferred to another event. You may transfer to a friend/family member that you identify. You will need to send us an email before October 10th in order to allow for us to process.

Can I transfer my registration to someone else?

You may transfer to a friend/family member that you identity. You will need to send us an email before October 26th in order to allow for us to process.

Where can I find a list of conference class offerings and descriptions?

Click on the top menu bar for class selection & descriptions.

Is Wi-Fi available?

Yes, as a courtesy, Public  Wi-Fi is available in the main sanctuary but may not be available consistently throughout the entire building.

Will there be an opportunity to purchase DVD’s and Dr. Vernon’s & Lady Vernon’s books?

Yes. Attendees may visit our onsite bookstore, Word Everything, to make purchases. Attendees may also make online purchases at www.wordcity.org.

RECORDING POLICY

We ask that all attendees refrain from broadcasting our day sessions. We will have sessions available for purchase and recap.

Are building tours of The Word Church Akron available during the conference?

Yes. Tours will be available daily during lunchtime. Please report to the information desk to request a tour.

Are there any vendor opportunities?

Yes. Interested parties may register to be vendors here

Will meals be provided?

No. Attendees must arrange for their own meals. Onsite options for purchase will be available.
Also, recommended eateries in the area are listed below:
Louisiana Famous Fried Chicken – 61 East Waterloo Road, Akron, 44319

What is the dress code?

Casual and/or business casual

Will transportation be provided?

No. Attendees must arrange their own transportation.

Is there a conference hotel or block of rooms available?

Recommended hotels in the area are listed above. Please contact hotels directly for lodging-related inquiries.

Will childcare be provided?

We’ve opted not to offer childcare at the conference because we believe that moms need distraction-free time to rest, reenergize, and recover from her everyday grind. For just a few days, we want you to focus solely on you so that when you return home, you feel refreshed, rejuvenated, and ready to reengage the demands of domesticity

What is the refund policy?

Refund policy: All registrations are final, and payment in full is required at the time of registration. In an effort to provide continued value, we will not offer refunds or exchanges.

Will there be onsite registration?

While there will be onsite registration, attendees are encouraged to register in advance, as this will enable conference staff to more excellently prepare for each attendee.

Who can attend?

Women may attend. Please note that husbands, fiancés & boyfriends as well as children under the age of 13 may not attend.

When can attendees arrive?

Doors will open at 12pm for conference check-in, and for same-day registration. Doors of the Temple Sanctuary open at 6:15pm for the opening session.

Where will the conference be held?

The Word Church Akron Campus – 2324 Manchester Road, Akron, Ohio, 44314

When is the conference?

Wednesday, October 31st at 7pm through the evening of Friday, November 2nd.

Is there a conference hotel or block of rooms available?

There are no hotel partnerships and/or conference hotels. However, recommended hotels in the area are listed below. Please contact hotels directly for lodging-related inquiries.

Will childcare be provided?

No. Children will not be permitted to attend this event unless they are above the age of 12

What is the refund policy?

Refund policy: All registrations are final, and payment in full is required at the time of registration. In an effort to provide continued value, we will not offer refunds or exchanges.

What is the registration fee?

$99 per person – Until September 3rd. Standard pricing at $125 per person – Starting September 3rd.

How can attendees register for the conference?

Attendees are to register online here or in person at any Word Church location at the Word Everything store.

Will there be onsite registration?

While there will be onsite registration, attendees are encouraged to register in advance, as this will enable conference staff to more excellently prepare for each attendee.

Can registration be transferred to another party?

No. Registrations are nontransferable, and will only be honored for the original registrants

Still have questions? Contact Us.

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