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You’ve Never Experienced Women of Faith Like This!

Celebrate What Matters 2012At Celebrate What Matters you’ll hear Bible teaching wrapped in compelling stories from new voices and familiar friends. Music will be woven throughout the event with concerts by some of your favorite chart-topping musicians: Amy Grant and Mandisa in some cities, CeCe Winans and Selah in others. But that’s not all! For the first time ever, Ballet Magnificat! will join the Women of Faith Worship Team, accompanied by a live band.

The event wraps up with a one-of-a-kind worship experience that pulls musicians, speakers, dancers, scripture, and song together in a multi-layered celebration that will bring you face to face with your Creator and send you home with a song in your heart. You’ll be motivated and inspired (maybe even challenged) to take your relationship with God to the next level!


Find your event city and date here.


A Preview of Your New Experience
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Sheila Walsh marvels at the way Women of Faith is “finding so many different new ways—using all of the creativity of different arts—to communicate the majesty of God.” At our 2012 events, she says, “There will be elements never seen before … ballet, all sorts of things that will assault every single sense with the message over and over. It won’t be just you hearing it—you’ll be seeing it, experiencing it, feeling like you’re entering in.”Many of you will experience Celebrate What Matters in just a few weeks when the tour begins—but you can get a peek at our new event experience now. In this video, Creative Director Barry Walsh unveils a scale model of our new stage and describes how our new live band, Bible teaching, and integrated worship experience will bring God’s Word to life more than ever before. Click here to watch now.

Let’s Do Lunch

If you’ve already registered for Celebrate What Matters, have you ordered your box lunch yet? Delicious lunch options—including vegetarian meals—are available in most cities. Go here and choose your city to order lunch.

Comments

  1. 2 years ago
    Nancy says

    I attended the WOF event in Columbus OH this past weekend! It was absolutely amazing, incredible, wonderful, there are not enough words to describe it. The finale was the best! I could have stood there and worshipped forever. Love the changes. My group has already signed up for next year! Thank you for such an uplifting, time of refreshing weekend. May God bless you in all that you do.

  2. 2 years ago
    Patricia Robbins says

    I’m a little confused!! This will be my 8th time at WOF, and I have always LOVED it! Is there no Friday daytime session this time? I really enjoy those, but I don’t seem to see that in the schedule. I want to give this new format a fair chance, but…….if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! I couldn’t get enough of the way you have been doing it. Guess it’s my age (70, which says a lot, doesn’t it?!)! I’m bringing a friend this year to Indianapolis who has never been before, so I hope we won’t both be disappointed.

    • You and your friend will not be disappointed! We’ve packed the content from our Friday daytime sessions into our all-new Friday night-Saturday event. Don’t let the new format scare you, they’re good changes. We’re convinced you’ll leave this year’s event saying “This was the best one ever!” Please let us know what you thought about it after you go, we’d love to hear from you.