Ladies will gather to participate in Steadfast Ministries’ 3rd annual Women’s Conference on Saturday, November 12. The 2016 Make a Difference Women’s Conference will be held at St. Luke African American Episcopal (AME) Church, 901 40th Ave. N.
Registration will begin at 8 am, and the conference will start at 9 am. The $10 conference package includes a continental breakfast and lunch.
Steadfast Ministries was created over eight years ago.
“Steadfast means to stay in there, no matter what. God will work things out,” said Rev. Deborah Foster, founder.
Foster is a member of Watson Grove Church, where she was attending when she began Steadfast Ministries as a means to different Christian services. Steadfast Ministries visits the nursing homes and jails, and hold clothing giveaways. After a few years ministering, Foster decided to hold a Women’s Conference in Clarksville, Tenn.
“This was another way of outreach,” she said. After the success of that conference, the next one was held in a Tabernacle, again in Clarksville. Support continued, and plans were made to hold the conference here at St. Luke AME Church.
Because the ministry is designed to make a difference, the conference name is ‘2016 Make a difference Women’s Conference.’ The theme is ‘I Left My Water Pot,’ from John 4:1-42.
Conference guests include: mistress of ceremonies, Rev. Evon Travis-Morrow, and worship leader Min. Tiffany Chambers; teachers, Min. Tara Scruggs, Min. Linda Copeland and Min. Annette Butler; and keynote speaker, Rev. Chantea Kirkwood.
Steadfast Ministries 3rd annual Women’s Confer-ence will be held at 9 am at St. Luke A.M.E. Church located at 901 40th Street in Nashville. Rev. Eddie Sne-ed is the pastor.For more information, contact Rev. D. Foster at 615-589-3805.