A Letter To The Working Woman
Not all women conferences are created equal.
I believe that women who work outside the home combined with having a full family schedule, realize their needs are different from those who don’t work outside their homes. And, as a result, I also believe that women need to find other women who are equally yoked with the similar concerns about work-life balance issues.
In 2016, I was invited to attend The W Conference. And I while most don’t see me as an introvert, I am.
But, there was something different about this venue that compelled me to register and attend.
Much to my surprise, I was completely blessed by attending The W Conference; the outside Friday evening forum, listening to Ellie Holcomb sing and other speakers, in the woods with all the beautiful lights and I was very excited to return the next day. I was fed with worship, while meeting new and wonderful working women who faithfully loved what they do. It was so good for my soul!
To The Working Christian Woman:
I really want you to think about attending this conference. You will be with others who share your struggles, which is trying to juggle a full time job, being a good wife,a great mom to your sweet children while not missing anything. This means there is less time for you. And I know you feel might feel guilty about being away from your family, some more. But this conference is structured so you can be at home and drive to the venue both days. Perfect, don't you think?!
Why will you be blessed and thankful you attended this conference?
Because you will be around women who work outside the home and are just like you! You will connect with their struggles because they are yours too. And you acquire new prayer warriors who will be uplifting you in prayer.
You will not feel alone, weird, or full of shame anymore.
You will leave refreshed, renewed and validated in what God has called you to do, which is to serve others.
- W Conference Attendee, Kathleen Mills
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Kathleen Mills is the founder and CEO of Life Tree Counseling Center, Inc. (est. 1992) an outpatient mental health counseling center. Life Tree is known it’s referral sources for its efficient delivery of care to its client base, which includes individuals utilizing self-pay option, insurance and/or EAP benefits.