We look forward to having you join us at the BE Made Whole on November 10 -11, 2023. We will continue to add details about the day here on this site as we get closer to the event. If you have questions that aren’t answered here please feel free to reach out to us via the Contact page or message us on Facebook anytime!
Details about conference day
Parking / Entrance:
Entrance to the conference is through the “front” door of the Handlery Hotel. Enter the parking lot via Hotel Circle North. FREE Day Parking for the conference. We will have greeters to welcome and assist you.
Exhibit / Vendor Area:
The conference features a fun element of a exhibit area with area shops and vendors. If you are interested in having a booth at the conference, complete form by clicking here or email us at email@example.com.
We are happy to announce a new group registration process for tickets this year! If your church, your organization, or you and a group of ladies would like to bring a group of ladies to the conference, use the group ticket option to make things easy to coordinate all of your group members!
We have been praying that you will experience an encounter with the Lord. We expect God to answer our prayers. There will be praise and worship, spirit-filled speakers, sharing messages of faith, hope, healing and love as well as moments of fellowship and conversation with other women.
Throughout the course of two days we provide actionable talks, skill-building workshops, peer learning small group sessions, Q&A and panel sessions (Mental Health & Relationships), time to encounter the presence of Jesus and time to create action steps to get your in alignment with your faith, true self and calling. It is our prayer that you leave revitalized, empowered and pumped with enough courage to take the next best steps to move your life in a forward but purposeful progression.
Guidelines for Q & A
While we always strive to provide useful up-to-date information on matters related to Mental Health and Emotional Wellness at our Panel, and Q&A session, the Q&A should not be used as a means to gain quick individual therapy or to gain a diagnosis or determine personal treatment. If you feel you need therapy, diagnosis and treatment options, you are urged to contact your physician for consultation or reach out to a therapist for further assistance. We also have a list of resources available in our Resource Center.
1. Feel free to ask questions related to your personal experience but try to keep questions broad and in terms of the general community.
2. Limit your questions to one and your responses to two short sentences.
3. Please be mindful of other attendees waiting to ask their questions.