CLARKS SUMMIT, Pa.—Each year Baptist Bible College and Seminary hosts the LYFE Women’s Conference, providing “dynamic worship sessions, favorite speakers, practical workshops, a delightful banquet, and fantastic fellowship with other women.”
This year’s conference, June 7–9, will feature keynote speaker Liz Curtis Higgs, vocalist Dámaris Carbaugh, and 321 Improv Comedy.
Conference organizer Diane Lytle is a member of Summit Baptist Church, Clarks Summit. Joining the workshop lineup from Summit will be her husband, Jim, who will talk about changing from the inside out, and Sherrie Holloway, who asks, “What are you looking at?” in her workshop on truly seeing what’s in front of you. Joanne Arp, Heritage Baptist Church, Clarks Summit, will speak on Philippians 2:1–16 in her workshop, “You Go First,” while her fellow speaker from Heritage, Peggy Walker, will talk about 2 Corinthians 3:2 and 3 in her workshop, “First Impressions.” Lynelle Buchanan, Amy Hannah, Margie Kauffman, Mark and Joy McGinniss, and Faye Moore will round out the workshop lineup.
The conference theme is “Impressions: We Are All Flawed Women Loved by a Flawless God.” It reminds women, “We are works in progress! God, who is the master craftsman, is shaping, molding, and weaving all of us to leave His lasting impression on our lives. His loving hands have formed us from the beginning, and He is still at work.”
The LYFE staff invites all women to allow God “a weekend to display His artistry on your heart.”