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Women’s Conference

April 12 - April 13

Don’t miss the First Dallas Women’s Conference on Friday, April 12 at 6:30pm, and Saturday, April 13 at 8:30am, hosted by Unapologetic’s Julia Jeffress Sadler and the Women’s Ministry! Choose to invest in your faith, and join other women as we gather in fellowship for a time of incredible teaching, powerful worship, and life-giving encouragement. With speakers Kerri Pomarolli, Marian Jordan Ellis, Rebecca St. James, Tricia Lovvorn Patterson, and Sheila Walsh, it will be a transformative weekend as we learn how in Christ, we are “Flawed Yet Flawless.”

“But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, so that the surpassing greatness of the power will be of God and not from ourselves; we are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not despairing; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed . . .” (2 Corinthians 4:7–9)

One of the most beautiful parts about being a Christian is that even though we are flawed—broken people in a broken world who are far from perfect—we are made flawless in Christ. We are no strangers to affliction and despair, and we have all made mistakes in our lives, but God takes our broken pieces and mends them together to make us whole. But He doesn’t just make us whole—He makes us even more beautiful than we could imagine. Just as in the art form kintsugi, which creates a mosaic by welding broken pieces with gold, God makes us new by filling our brokenness with His goodness and glory. It is in our brokenness that His lavish grace is displayed, and it is in our weakness that His power is made perfect. When we are in Christ, we are flawed yet flawless.



Kerri Pomarolli is a Christian actress and comedian known as one of “Hollywood’s biggest Christian Spokespeople.” After moving to LA and having roles on soaps, movies, and sit coms, it seemed like her career was about to take off. But she was faced with the conviction that compromising her faith was not worth the star on the Walk of Fame. Now, she is a national headlining stand up comedian who has worked with everyone from Jim Carey, Jerry Lewis, the Jonas Brothers, Kari Jobe, Laura Story, the Newsboys, and many more. She’s been featured on The Tonight Show 29 times, as well as on Comedy Central, Netflix, ABC and other networks.

Marian Jordan Ellis is founder of This Redeemed Life, a ministry that exists to see women redeemed by the grace of Jesus Christ, transformed by His truth and equipped to live for the glory of His name. She holds a Master’s degree in Biblical Studies from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is the author of numerous books and Bible studies. Marian and her husband, Justin, live in San Antonio with their three children: Andrew, Brenden, and Sydney.

Rebecca St. James is among the most defining artists in Christian music history as a Grammy-winning singer/songwriter, best-selling author, speaker, and actress. The Australian native’s modern pop sensibilities and uncompromising lyrics set a benchmark in Christian music, leading a new generation of artistry in the genre. Rebecca St. James has earned multiple Dove Awards, nine #1 Christian radio singles, and two gold-certified recordings. She has coauthored numerous hits with her brothers Joel and Luke of for KING & COUNTRY.

Tricia Lovvorn Patterson is Christian speaker and writer. She is a Teaching Team member and Content Creator at Anthem Church, the author of Cultivating a Life of Joy, The Unwasted Life, and the Fan Into Flames journal series. Tricia graduated from Baylor University magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication. She earned a Master of Arts degree in Christian Education with a concentration in Family Ministry from Dallas Baptist University. She now lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her husband, Sam, and their three daughters.

Sheila Walsh is an author, Bible teacher, and television host. She has spoken around the world to over 6 million people and hosts numerous shows on TBN, including the flagship show “Praise” and the talk show “Better Together.” A Grammy-nominated recording artist, Sheila has recorded over 24 albums. She has also written multiple bestselling books, including It’s Okay Not To Be OkayPraying Women, and her new book Holding On When You Want To Let Go. She and her husband, Barry, live in Texas.


April 12
April 13
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18-29, 30-45, 45-65, 65+