The Declare Conference: Warrior is the 2018 theme. To know God and to make Him known resonates through all they do. I like that.
Have you heard of the Declare Conference? If not, let me share a little about them with you, as this may be a place God calls you to as He helps refine your skill set as you learn from others.
Declare is a conference to equip women to walk in their callings as Christian communicators. You write. You speak. You host a blog linkup. And more. Do you see yourself as a Christian communicator? If not, you may want to dig a little deeper.
This year’s theme is WARRIOR. The Warrior theme resonates with me since I wrote a book about Spiritual Warfare, Don’t Go Through Life Naked, which won the 2018 Gold Medal Award in Religion from IPPY, the Jerry Jenkins Group.
If not, you may want to check this year’s Declare Conference out – seriously! It is scheduled for October 4-6, 2018 in the Dallas, Texas area.
Want to know about the mission of the Declare Conference?
To bring together women who share a desire to use their God-given giftings to point to Jesus. To connect speakers and leaders with attendees to equip them with the latest in writing, speaking, blogging, social media marketing, and technical teachings. To encourage attendees in their personal spiritual growth, drawing them nearer to God and inspiring them to make Him known.
Can I share that the Declare Conference is one I have attended three times. I love these women and their heart after God. The conference is usually about 250 to 300 women, as the hosts have designed it so you get to truly connect with the other attendees and the presenters.
What a blessing that is! And they turn to God in prayer, for He is present when 2 or more gather, right? Yes indeed, our Mighty God is in the midst of this glorious gathering of His girls.
What The Host Team of the Declare Conference Believes:
We believe in God the Father, Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth,
And in Jesus Christ, his only begotten Son, our Lord,
Who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary,
Suffered under Pontius Pilate; was crucified, dead and buried: He descended into hell.
The third day he rose again from the dead,
He ascended into heaven, and sits at the right hand of God the Father Almighty,
From thence he shall come to judge the quick and the dead.
We believe in the Holy Ghost.
We believe in the Church universal, the communion of saints:
The forgiveness of sins:
The resurrection of the body:
And the life everlasting. Amen.
Amen indeed! Makes you want to be part of what these women are working on knowing that God is with them, doesn’t it?!
Let me introduce you to the Declare Conference Host Team:
Eryn Hall has a heart for encouraging women to walk in faith and make the most of every day. She and her husband have 2 awesome kids, and they live in Dallas. Eryn is a writer, a virtual assistant, and team member of Declare, a conference and community for women communicators to know God and make Him known.
Kristin Lemus is passionate about helping women find freedom and pursue their dreams. She is wife to her best friend and mom to 6 kids ages 9 to 19. She shares her heart on her blog TheBeautifulDeep.com.
Michelle writes about living at the intersection of Quiet & Trust at michelleacker.com where her goal is to let God inspire her writing to encourage, challenge and inspire women. Whenever she can make time, you’ll find her writing, art journaling, gardening, reading, doing yoga, or soaking in a hot bath.
Jen Weaver is passionate about sharing strength with others as an author, Bible teacher, and inspirational speaker. A California transplant now loving small-town family life in Justin, Texas, Jen applies generous amounts of faith, caffeine, and dry shampoo to her daily life. Married to her best friend Jared, she’s the happy mom of a growing family.
Anne Watson is a fresh voice in women’s ministry. As a former perfectionist and sleep-in-on-Sundays girl, Anne is passionate about helping women love themselves for real. With humor, wit and biblical insight, Anne helps women connect the dots between God and their everyday lives. FYI-Anne and I were on the same bus on a trip to Israel in 2015. I love her heart!
Rachael Gilbert is a former Oklahoman turned Texan by her husband, homeschooling momma of 3, business owner, blogger & founder of First Fruit Fitness. She loves Jesus and likes to run Spartans, half & full marathons with her husband.
I encourage you – check out the Declare Conference. It may be one of the places God would like you to gather to connect with some of His other girls as He lifts you higher.
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11 thoughts on “The Declare Conference 2018: Are You a Daring WARRIOR?”
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It sounds like an amazing conference. I can tell you have been impacted by it. I’m thankful you shared the heart behind it.
I am praying that God makes a way for me to attend if it is His will. Thanks so much for sharing about this on the #LMMLinkup this week.
Thanks for the information, Susan. I hadn’t heard of this conference and will certainly check it out.
I believe I saw you last night online with AWSA. What a fun surprise! 🙂
This looks wonderful, Susan! I don’t think I’ll be able to make it this year, but I’m making a note of this for a future year!
Thank you for the conference recommendation!
I have heard great things about this particular conference. I won’t make it this year, but maybe one year I will. Thanks, Susan.
I would love to come since it’s so small – but speaking on the 6th – maybe next time??
I’ve been wanting to attend the Declare conference, but this year isn’t going to work with the timing of other commitments. I need to figure out the 2019 dates and plan better so I don’t miss out. Thanks for sharing about Declare. 🙂
me, too, deb!
The Declare Conference sounds amazing. So sorry that I will not be able to attend. I have a race scheduled for that time. Hope you have a wonderful time, and bring back lots of good ideas to share with the rest of us!
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