main sessions

The ladies who attend our conference often tell us the worship experience is one

of their favorite parts of the conference. 

Both main sessions include powerful times of praise and worship, led by the H2H Worship Team, and teachings by our conference leaders.

breakout sessions

Breakout sessions provide you the opportunity to choose the topics that interest you the most. In these sessions you will dig into scripture and obtain a deeper understanding of relevant issues facing us today. Who knows, you might even make a new friend!

We gather women from our church body to lead these 40-minute sessions. There will be multiple rounds of breakout sessions on Saturday, each with different topics to choose from.

There is no special sign-up for these sessions, they are offered on a first come, first served basis. Seating will be limited in many sessions. Always have a back-up session planned in case your first choice is full when you get to the room. If there are no available seats in a session, please go to a different session.

    2023 breakout sessions


    Teacher: Georgia Boulton

    Boundaries aren’t just a good thing, they are a God thing. He set boundaries throughout all of His creation, even within the Kingdom of God. Healthy relationships can require healthy boundaries, whether the relationship is in our home, at work or within ministry. In this session, we will learn how setting healthy boundaries, in love, can provide an opportunity for our relationships to grow without overextending ourselves and disrupting our peace.


    Teacher: Tami Croy

    The world is loud and full of uncertainty. How can we experience peace when our lives are bombarded with stress and anxiety daily? Philippians 4:6-7 tells us 'to not worry about anything, instead pray about everything and then you will experience God's peace'. In this session, we will

    learn how to turn our anxious thoughts into ones that are surrounded by a

    peace that passes all understanding.


    Teacher: Shannon Stowell

    God’s will for us is to have peace in every area of our life, even in difficult relationships. In fact, ‭‭Romans‬ ‭12‬:‭18 tells us “Do all that you can to live in peace with everyone.” Jesus didn’t shy away or avoid difficult people or relationships and neither should we. In this session, we will learn about how we can hold on to God’s promised peace through the practice of extending grace and love.


    Teacher: Trish Ferrell

    As women, we face many circumstances that leave us feeling tired, discouraged, hopeless and confused, making peace hard to grasp in our daily lives. For us to walk in God’s peace, we have to walk with the God of peace. Philippians 4:7 tells us this peace, which exceeds anything we can understand, will guard our hearts and minds as we live in Christ. In this session will focus on the tools needed to walk daily in the gift of His peace.


    Teacher: Melinda Robbins

    We often associate our identity with our name, character traits, values, and the role(s) we play in society. Some of which we may or may not like about ourselves. Like our fingerprint these things make us unique. As women, we sometimes struggle with the labels the world, others and even we try to put on us. It's important that we find peace in the identity God created for us. Psalm 139:14 says, "I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that

    full well." In this session, we'll focus on gaining God's perspective of us and how to

    walk confidently in who we are in Christ.


    Teacher: Kassie Atwood

    Does your prayer life feel unfocused or overwhelming? Do you struggle with the right words to say? 

    Do you want your prayer life to go deeper? Pray Scripture!

    Praying scripture aligns our focus to God and speaks His Truth over our circumstances and lives. In this session, we will talk about the importance of praying scripture and why we should make it a part of our daily lives.

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