HEALING THE FEMININE SOUL
If we are to truly “Ignite the Fire and Power of the Feminine Soul,” we must begin with a healthy foundation. With this in mind, the entire Friday breakout sessions are focused on wholeness.
Essential team planned two identical sessions, allowing you to choose two of the five options available. Please read carefully and be prepared to listen to the Holy Spirit during Thursday evening and Friday morning session. Registration for these sessions will open immediately after the Friday morning session. This gives you the first two sessions to listen and respond to the Holy Spirit before selecting a breakout session. We believe God will guide your choices after the ministry from these two sessions. On Friday after the morning general session the registration link will be posted on this website and will also be e-mailed to all registrants.
We are pleased to announce an “Essential” partnership with Southwest District Pastor Health Team, Emmaus Road Christian Counseling and Life Pacific College. Essential Conference leadership team wishes to express special thanks to the following leaders.
- Pastor Kimberly Dirmann for her leadership in building strong relationships in the Southwest District.
- Dr. Gayle Samples, Director of Emmaus Road Christian Counseling.
- Rev. Angie Richey, Vice President of Life Pacific College.
- Rev. Rene' Diamond, Counselor.
- Revs. Patrick and Mindy Crowder, Leaders of Pastor Health Care in the Southwest District.
2:00 PM - 3:20 PM: Breakout Session #1
3:40PM - 5:00 PM: Breakout Session #2
SESSION DESCRIPTIONS, SPEAKERS, AND LOCATIONS
Personal Ministry Opportunity
Under the leadership of Heather Riley and Candy Killman, the worship center will be open for you to receive personal ministry. Please enter the worship center using the back entry. As you walk in the room, a hostess will hand you a brief instruction sheet and assign you to a personal ministry team. This breakout is designed with a three-part focus:
1. Prepare 2. Receive 3. Confirm.
The idea behind this breakout is to provide an opportunity for you to receive personal ministry from a team of prepared leaders. We suggest you bring a Bible and a journal. We also invite you to bring a smart phone to record the prayers and possible prophetic insights that come forth from this time. This breakout session is all about you!
~ LOCATION: WORSHIP CENTER
Restoration Group Therapy
David Woo and Aimee Machida of Emmaus Road Christian Counseling (ERCC) will each lead those in attendance into a restoration therapy process. While David and Aimee will set the tone and lay the foundation for the overall session, each restoration group of 20 will break into smaller groups of five with a female therapist from ERCC in each group. This is a wonderful opportunity that accommodates up to 80 women from our conference in the restoration therapy process. The restoration groups are designed with participation in mind. As such, come ready to engage in the process.
~ LOCATION: TWO SMALL CLASSROOMS ACROSS FROM FELLOWSHIP ROOM
Leaning into Loss: Discovering the good that is promised.
Heather Schwartz also from ERCC will present a group session for 25 people discussing how to navigate a loss toward wholeness. Heather is an adjunct professor at Life Pacific College and is as an MFT, specializes in assisting women who have suffered loss and those who have experienced the pain of fertility issues.
~ LOCATION: SMALL ROOM OPENING INTO THE FOYER
Leading Yourself to Wholeness
You are invited to join Angie Richey, Vice-President of Life Pacific College together with Mindy and Patrick Crowder, Southwest Leaders of Pastor Health as they lead a panel discussion group focusing on key elements of taking personal responsibility for your own wholeness. This session is a larger setting in which the panel will engage in a discussion with opportunities for Q&A. In this session, the participants will learn principles and practices to activate wholeness in your own life.
~ LOCATION: FELLOWSHIP ROOM
Leading Others to Wholeness
Join Angelia Waite, our keynote speaker, Marion Ingegneri, the Essential Conference Director, and Rene' Diamond a practicing counselor from Arizona as they lead a panel discussion group focusing on key elements of leading others into personal wholeness. Leaders face their own wholeness, but also must be prepared to assist others as they navigate difficult life situations. This session focuses on principles and practices to help lead others to wholeness. If you are a woman in leadership, this session is for you!