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Three More Questions

Thanks to everyone who answered our “two quick questions” last Friday. This week we have three more questions for you to answer. It should only take a couple of minutes but will impact future Women of Faith Daily newsletters.

 

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Comments

  1. Hi,
    I recently attended your Women of Faith conference in Milwaukee Wi with my mature 14 yr old daughter. I had been to 2 previous conferences in Chicago. I felt that so much time was dealt in announcements and singing that it gave very little time to speakers. Yes, we worshipped before but not to this extent. I am sure more women attending your conferences are bible going women. To spend 1/3-1/2 of the time singing and to pay $100 per person for this seems like you were filling in for huge gaps in your days. I honestly don’t think that after reflecting on what the day held I would attend or encourage others to attend for that amount of money. I sponsor 3 world vision children and feel that it is a great cause. But the amount of time you talked about that was too much. I feel like people were tuning you out by the 3rd time someone spoke on it. I am sorry. I am usually not critical but was extremely disappointed in Sandy Patti and all the singing and all the announcements. I came to be fed by the wonderful speakers not to pay for “church”.

  2. 1 year ago
    Lynda says

    I cannot get the survey to accept any responses, so I will post below:

    1.
    from top to bottom 1,5, 6, 2, 4, 3

    2.
    More content. A short Bible study or devotional. Motivational/Inspirational content.

    3.,
    Yes, I would Share my newsletter with friends.

  3. The book by Ann Voskamp, “One Thousand Gifts” is an amazing book. I didn’t purchase it when I was at the conference but I picked it up at the Christian Book Store. When we buried my dad 19 years ago; I started on a journey of appreciating life; taking notice of the small stuff, details; but Ann’s poetic writing has shown me gratefulness and our Lord Jesus Christ GAVE THANKS. Gratitude sounds quite not so much like a big deal. IT IS A BIG DEAL. Try it; it will transform you! Others will appreciate it, share it!!

  4. 1 year ago
    Cindy Buckley says

    I have been to 3 WOF conferences held in Rochester, NY & each one has touched me deeply. The music is so uplifting, the messages are rivoting, the special appearances are moving & the experience is always contagious. This year was no exception. I was especially touched by Brenda Warner’s story & her son & I bought her book. I’m not even a reader but I read it, have lent it to a friend & have 2 other people waiting in line to borrow it after listening to me talk about it.

    There was a change you made this year that I’d like to see change back the way it was before. In speaking with some other women in my group, I know they feel the same way. I didn’t care for the change you made with the stage. It was much better the way it was before. You feel very much a part of what’s taking place with it being in the center.

    I have a request for someone I’d love to see at WOF. Could you have Chonda Pierce come with you to Rochester? She’s an excellent comedian, dynamic singer & gifted speaker.

    Thank you & God Bless,

    Cindy Buckley

  5. 1 year ago
    Valerie Pearman says

    I was at the Charlotte conference and it was great and uplifting but please bring back the round stage with the boy band.

  6. I couldn’t get the survey to work either, but I’d like to see more inspirational stories about women making a difference. And ways to connect throughout the year.