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i’m not a conference person

I’m really not.  I attribute it to two things.  One, I’m a busybody.  Sitting for hours listening to someone talk makes me fidgety.  Two, I’m much more of a small group kind of girl rather than a 20,000 people crowd kind of girl.  However, when the opportunity came up for me and a friend to attend Women of Faith, something inside of me nudged me to go.

worship @women of faith

Even in my fidgeting, I try to be mindful of the takeaway that God would highlight.  As I listened to Patsy Clairmont, Andy Andrews, Brenda Warner, and others, I was reminded that we all have a story.  For some it might be as dramatic as going from homeless to a New York Times bestselling author (Andy Andrews) or living in Section 8 housing, divorced, with her special needs child and little baby to marrying an NFL star (Brenda Warner).  I love how God picks up our broken pieces and creates a story where His grace and mercy shines through the cracks.

patsy clairmon @ women of faith

So am I glad I went to Women of Faith?  Absolutely!  It has left me pondering my own story and letting it be a testimony of His goodness and faithfulness in my life.  It’s a reminder that God’s love for me is over the topDo you have a story where you see God’s grace and mercy weaved through the cracks?

Disclosure : I was provided with two free tickets to Women of Faith in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are my own.

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