5th Annual Women’s Conference – “My Beautiful Mess” @ Robertson County Cowboy Church

November 10, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Robertson County Cowboy Church
1252 West FM 1644
Franklin, TX 77856
Tiffany McClure

RCCC invites you to our 5th annual women’s conference featuring guest speakers – Jacki King and Tammy Whitehurst. Join us on a day’s journey as we explore how we all have messes and we are able to find our mess and allow God’s glory to shine through it. We start with the brokeness of this work in Gen 3 and then jump to 2 Corinthians. In our weakness He is made strong! ***PAYMENT MAY BE MADE THRU THE “GIVE” TAB ON THE RCCC WEBSITE AND APP……OR……YOU CAN MAIL A CHECK TO Robertson County Cowboy Church – C/O Tiffany McClure – PO Box 687 – Franklin, Texas 77856***

FOR QUESTIONS – PLEASE CONTACT Tiffany McClure at (979) 814-0188 or mcclure1018@gmail.com

** Jacki King is a Jesus follower, Bible teacher, and Coffee Addict. She has a passion for seeing women fall in love with Jesus and His Word while challenging them to be on mission in their homes, work places, and communities. She is currently as student at Southeastern Seminary pursuing her Masters in Ministry Leadership. Jacki lives in Conway,AR with her Husband Josh, who is the Lead Pastor of Second Baptist church, along with their 3 boys Haddon (9) Leland (8) and their youngest Amos (5) who was adopted from Ethiopia. To connect with Jacki follow her on Twitter or Instagram at @JackiCKing

** You can have JOY in your journey…..is the foundation of Tammy Whitehurst’s message. As an author, blogger, podcaster, and full time speaker she encourages and challenges audiences to live life kicked up a notch. She has been described as a hoot with a capital H! She has written articles for Lifeway magazines, Woman’s World, Mature Living, Christianity Today and many other publications. While she is the co-owner of the Christian Communicator’s Conference, a training conference for speakers, to those who know her best she is simply Davis’s wife, an empty nest mom, and a former middle school teacher. She struggles like the rest of us with dust, dishes, cellulite, junk drawers, and wrinkles.