Kindle the Flame is not just another women's conference! It's an investment in yourself . . . a special time set aside for you to hear from God. When you come to this conference, come expecting to get answers to any questions you may have. And plan on being strengthened, refreshed, and re-energized. Our purpose is to ignite that spark of divine purpose within you. You can do everything God has called you to do while balancing being a godly woman, wife, and mother. And you can do it with joy!
Gearing Up for the Future
Kindle the Flame is not your average women's conference. And the ladies who attend aren't average either. They come expecting to hear from God. They come expecting to receive His direction for their future. As ladies kept their expectation high this year, they got what they came for.
Throughout the three-day conference, ladies learned how to overcome every situation of life by taking baby steps with God. They discovered that peace should be the very foundation of all that they do. Women were also encouraged to love themselves, to see themselves the way God sees them. They learned to drink deeply of the rivers of God in order to move into His plans and purposes for their lives. And they took their places as members of God's special forces, armed with the Word, prayer, and Holy Ghost power. As Lynette Hagin told the ladies, "We are here on this earth for such a time as this! It's time for us to gear up."
Here's just a taste of what women experienced during this awesome weekend.
Be sure to join us next year for Kindle the Flame 2017, to be held September 28-30 on the Rhema campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
Kindle the Flame Speaker Highlights
"Our foundation must be established on Mark 11:22, "Have faith in God." We have to believe that God is and that He always will be. He has to be our number one priority in life." // Lynette Hagin
"You will never be able to do what God asks of you by yourself. God never gives out assignments small enough to be done without help." // Haley Schurz
"We have an amazing authority that has been given to us in Christ. We are to represent Him on the earth, and we can't do it without power." // Patsy Cameneti
"We are the glorious church; we're supposed to be full of the joy of the Lord. When our joy leaks out, so does our strength." // Brenda Thomas
"Go and bring the Good News to the prodigal sons and daughters that God is a God of restoration. Be His instrument to bring the prodigals back." // Lynette Hagin, Candlelight Prayer and Praise Service