Women Aglow confab set in Hot Springs
HOT SPRINGS -- "The Voice of GOD Thunders ... Listen" is the theme of the two-day Aglow South Regional Conference July 17 and 18 at the Arlington Resort Hotel and Spa.
The event is hosted by Glenda Fleming, U.S. regional director, South Region of Aglow International.
Reservations, at a discounted rate, must be made by June 16, and includes a buffet meal on Saturday. Persons should mention Aglow when making reservations.
Guest speakers are Jane Hansen-Hoyt, president and chief executive officer of Aglow International, a worldwide organization made up of women and men in more than 172 nations and serving 17 million people each year.
Since becoming president, Hansen-Hoyt has steered Aglow toward three key mandates: male/female reconciliation, Muslim outreach, and supporting Israel. Under her leadership, Aglow has grown into a worldwide network. Through the use of e-mail and global communcations, Aglow can mobilize more than 1 million women and men to pray or respond to a crisis. Hansen-Hoyt is the author of several books, including "Fashioned for Intimacy" and "The Journey of a Woman."
Fleming is the U.S. Regional Director-South Region and serves on the international board of directors of Aglow International. She has a special call in prophetic gifts for teaching God's word and speaks throughout the Untied States and internationally.
Regional advisors of the South Region of Aglow, Tony Hoyt, husband of Hansen-Hoyt, and Billy Fleming, husband of Fleming, will speak from a man's perspective on Saturday afternoon.
Praise and worship for the two-day event will be led by Frontline Worship Team, a blend of eight women from the four corners of Michigan who have been together for 16 years.
For brochures listing information on registration and hotel accommodations for guests, contact Karen Martin, P.O. Box 8241, Searcy, AR 72145, telephone (5010) 268-4835, or visit the Web site at www.aglowsouthregion.org.