Restore Your Weary Soul at Revive ’19

Thousands of women over the past decade have told us how their lives and ministries were deeply impacted by a Revive Our Hearts conference. Women just like you who are serving God faithfully without fanfare testify that our conferences breathe new life into their weary hearts and jumpstart fresh seasons of fruitful ministry. 

It’s certainly been true for me since I attended my first Revive Our Hearts conference in 2008 and came away with a sense of this is what a women’s event should be! From that day forward, I knew I wanted my local church events to include the same in-depth biblical teaching; united, heartfelt prayer; and soul-stirring worship, while cultivating connections with like-minded women. (I’ve written about how to plan events like these without all the fluff before.

If you’re sitting on the fence about whether it’s worth your time to commit to our fall conference on September 27–28, you can take my recommendation or hear it from two women’s ministry leaders . . .

“This conference did exactly what I had prayed for. It filled my ministry cup to full and overflowing. I came away refreshed in my spirit and ready to serve all those in my care better than I have before.”  —Linda

“I was in need of refreshment as a church staff leader of women. God convicted me of truth, caused me to do heart surgery, and gave me a greater direction of where to go with my women in the coming years.”  —Jenn

What to Expect at Revive ’19

Like Linda and Jenn, you can experience the same kind of life transformation at this year’s Revive ’19: Seeking HIM conference. A limited number of tickets are available to join us LIVE in Indianapolis—or anyone can participate through a LOCAL event! You can expect to:

  • Unite with women from around the globe to seek Him together
  • Pull away from your busy life to worship, pray, and hear from the Lord
  • Feast on the Word as taught by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, Mary Kassian, Dannah Gresh, and others
  • Understand God’s heart to revive His people and why it’s needed today
  • Experience for yourself the explosive joy and freedom that fills a revived heart
  • Be equipped to carry the message of revival back to your community 
  • Be renewed to lead and love those within your sphere of influence

Some leaders set aside time to experience Revive ’19 as a personal retreat, but why not go deeper (and seriously have more fun!) by hosting an event in your church, local coffee shop, or living room? Take hold of this easy avenue to build Christ-centered community and invite accountability for what you hear in the messages. Hosting an event is a sure way to promote bonding among your small group, leadership team, or circle of friends—and it even provides an excuse to test an easy appetizer recipe like Zucchini Pizza Bites or sweet and savory Flavored Popcorn

I wouldn’t miss Revive ’19, and I hope you’ll decide to join me in seeking Him. Whether we meet up in Indianapolis or connect on the livestream, one thing is certain. The Lord has promised, “You will seek me and find me, when you seek me with all your heart” (Jer. 29:13). 

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About the Author

Leslie Bennett

Leslie Bennett

Leslie Bennett served as a Director of Women’s Ministries for a dozen years prior to joining Revive Our Hearts in Women’s Ministry Initiatives. She is also the content manager of the Revive Our Hearts' Leader Connection blog and editor of two ebooks: Women’s Ministry Leader Survival Guide and 10 Truths to Set Leaders Free.

The Lord captured Leslie’s heart for biblical womanhood and revival at the national True Woman conference in 2008. Since then, she’s been spreading the message of how a woman’s femininity adorns the gospel wherever God sends her. Spend a few moments with Leslie, and you’ll catch her passion for the Word, prayer, revival and discipleship. She and her husband Mac live in the S.C. Lowcountry where she loves drinking sweet tea and encouraging women to treasure Christ above all.

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