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- Women's Conference -

Saturday, March 2 • Fort Thomas Campus


On the night before his crucifixion, Jesus spent the evening sharing a meal and teaching his disciples. In John 15, we read that Jesus wanted his disciples—then and now—to understand how vitally important it is to abide—in Him, in His Word, and in obedience. Each session in this one-day conference explores the importance of abiding, as well as what it means to walk with Jesus on a daily basis.


Saturday, March 2 • 9am-3pm

Doors open at 8:45am


Session 1: Abide in the True Vine

What does John 15:1–6 say about abiding in Christ? Melissa Kruger explores this question, explaining how the world hinders us from abiding in Christ and offering practical ways to abide in the Vine.

Group Discussion & Prayer

Session 2: Abide in the Word

God’s Word is spiritual nourishment that strengthens, stabilizes, and sustains us. In session two, Courtney Doctor teaches how John 15:7–11 reveals what it truly means to abide in the Word.

Group Discussion & Prayer


Session 3: Abide in Obedience

In session three, Elizabeth Woodson teaches from John 15:12–17, showing us the fruitfulness of a life that abides in obedience. Elizabeth explains how we are called to love others selflessly, put our idols to death, and live in obedience to Christ.

Group Discussion & Prayer

Worship & Dismiss

video teaching from...

Melissa Kruger

Melissa Kruger is an author and serves as vice president of discipleship programming at The Gospel Coalition. Her husband, Mike, is the president of Reformed Theological Seminary, and they have three children.

Courtney Doctor

Courtney Doctor (MDiv, Covenant Theological Seminary) is a Bible teacher and author and serves as director of women’s initiatives for The Gospel Coalition. Courtney and her husband, Craig, have four children and five beautiful grandchildren.

Elizabeth Woodson

Elizabeth Woodson is a Bible teacher and author who’s passionate about equipping believers to understand the rich theological truths of Scripture. Elizabeth is also a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary with a master’s in Christian education.


Will lunch be provided?

Yes! We will also be providing gluten-free and dairy-free options.

How much is the conference?

It’s FREE!

Will there be a live stream?

No, there will not be a live stream of the event.

Will there be notes?

Yes! Printed notes will be provided.

When does registration close?

Registration ends Feb 16.


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