Living Beautifully Brave
October 5 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Join us for this one day Women’s conference featuring Living Beautifully Brave founder Stefanie Libertore, keynote speaker Lonette Baity, and worship leader Christa Domer. Doors open at 8am.
For many of us our self-talk sounds like “I can’t” or “I’m not good enough” or “if others knew what I have done.” We can overcome negative emotions and painful pasts by leaning into the One who has power to save and to heal. Learn the remedy to taking brave steps and finding healing, forgiveness, and peace from your past that brings hope and enables you to move forward.
Tickets are $25 per person, includes coffee, donuts, and lunch.
Volunteers receive a discounted rate of $15
Stefanie is the founder of Living Beautifully Brave, a ministry whose aim is to help women find healing and restoration to live brave through life’s ups, downs and scary turns, through women’s events, retreats, and Beautifully Brave Groups, which utilize her book Unbound: Heal from Your Past, Reclaim Your Identity and Unleash Your Potential. Stefanie is the Director of Recovery Services at House of Hope, the reconciliation branch of Pregnancy Choices in Canton, Ohio where she leads confidential Bibles studies for women who have experienced a past abortion or are haunted by a painful sexual past.
Lonette earned a degree in Communication Studies from Malone University in 2004. For more than 15 years, God has used her passion for drama and storytelling to clearly communicate Truth with creativity and enthusiasm. From women’s conferences and retreats to Bible studies and small groups, Lonette’s heart is to help women in the Bride of Christ find hope, healing and victory in their own stories. She and her family live in Greenville, SC.
A married mother of three children ages 11, 9 and 5, Christa has been leading worship essentially since she picked up a guitar at age 17, and loves to sing and worship Jesus. She shares, “The Lord graciously saved me at 8 years old. He has always been a light in my life, guiding me, teaching me, rescuing me.”