Arise 2014 Women’s Conference Jan. 30- Feb. 2

December 20, 2013 

Women from Kansas City and beyond are encouraged to imagine a “new you” at the Arise 2014 Women’s Conference, Jan. 30 – Feb. 2, 2014. Kathy Gray

of Lee’s Summit, senior co-pastor of World Revival Church, and worship leader Catherine Mullins of The Ramp in Alabama are the featured speakers for the event held at World Revival Church in Kansas City.

Online registration is available at www.worldrevivalchurch.com.

The Arise 2014 Women’s Conference offers inspiration and positive life-coaching opportunities for women to reach a new level of confidence, free to love and live life to its fullest potential. Gray, who has coached thousands of women worldwide into successful living, envisions women who are able to tackle every situation with strength and compassion, arising to their destiny in their homes, workplaces and communities. “God has plans for his women,” shares Gray. “He has a hope and a future for us.”

Mullins joins Gray for the weekend with a similar vision for women to excel in their sphere of influence. “What God intends for you goes far beyond anything you can imagine. Never lose hope,” she says.

Gray opens the conference on Thursday, Jan. 30 at 7:00 p.m. with a music interspersed with prayer. Friday and Saturday day sessions are led by Gray, Mullins and strong women leaders from Kansas City on topics pertinent to today’s modern woman. Evening services of the Arise weekend are open to the public and feature Gray ministering alongside her husband, Pastor Steve Gray. Music throughout the conference weekend features Mullins and the World Revival Church Band.

Women of the Kansas City metro area are encouraged to plan a girl’s weekend at the Arise 2014 Women’s Conference. World Revival Church is located at 9900 View High Drive, Kansas City, MO 64134. For more information, call (816) 763-0708 or visit http://www.worldrevivalchurch.com/events/arise-2014-christian-womens-conference-kathy-gray.

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