Brave Conference 2024
Hey Ladies! Join us for our two-day Women's Conference filled with dynamic worship, inspiring stories and tons of FUN! These are two days you will NOT want to miss!
This year's theme is A New Day and we have the incredible privilege of having Author, Speaker, and Podcaster Annie F. Downs as our speaker!
Where: West Dodge Campus
When: March 1st | 5:00pm - 9:00pm & March 2nd | 8:30am - 3:00pm
Cost: $50 - standard cost ($25 - student cost)
Friday, March 1
5:00pm - Church opens, Food Trucks available for dinner, Fun begins!
6:30pm - Sanctuary doors open
Main Session 1
Saturday, March 2
6:30am - Special Sunrise breakfast event (optional add-on with cost of $8/person at checkout and space is limited!)
*A warm breakfast, sunrise worship, and starting your day off with Jesus
8:30am - Church opens, breakfast pastries provided, Stories Coffee & vendors open
9:00am - Sanctuary doors open
Main Session 2
10:15am - Breakout sessions
11:45am - Lunch provided on site, vendors open
12:45pm - Sanctuary doors open
Main Session 3
Annie F. Downs
Annie F. Downs is a New York Times best-selling author and nationally-known speaker based in Nashville, Tennessee. Annie is the author of multiple best-selling books, including Remember God and 100 Days To Brave. By weaving together personal stories, humor, and Scripture, she invites those reading to experience fulfilled lives with a God who made them on purpose and loves them deeply.
Annie's podcast, "That Sounds Fun, " released every Monday and Thursday, consistently rates in the Apple Christianity Podcasts top ten charts, and features guests like Ben Higgins, Tim Tebow, Bob Goff, Lauren Daigle, and more. Annie invites us to join her in exploring something, someone, or someplace new and fun. If it sounds fun, Annie wants to be sure her friends know about it.
What started out as the name of her incredibly popular podcast has turned into an entire brand for Annie F. Downs. Her newest book, aptly titled That Sounds Fun, was released on February 2, 2021.
For Annie, fun, friends, and faith are the very ingredients that make for a full and fulfilling life. And her audience couldn't agree more. Whether she's sharing a personal story, introducing them to a new song by her friend Dave Barnes, or talking about her favorite nail color, Annie's followers hang on every word. They can't get enough. With the success of her previous books and increasing demand for live events, Annie recognizes that her platform and position have been divinely ordained for such a time as this. She does not take her role lightly, knowing what a privilege she's been given in pointing people toward the deeper life God has for each of us.