Hi friends! Our next Hungry for Hope conference is June 21-24. 2012 and I’m excited to report that we have just posted a (mostly complete) schedule. Those of you who have attended in the past will find even more of the rich teaching, personal inspiration and worshipART you’ve come to love. If you haven’t attended before and are wondering what all the fuss is about, here’s a shortlist of the top reasons to consider coming.
Top 5 Reasons to Attend HFH 2012…
- Hungry for Hope is the only National conference offering a specifically Christian perspective on eating and body image issues.
- It is hosted in a turn-of-the-century castle adjacent to the Garden of the Gods.
- Our speakers come with a heart to minister through the sharing of their stories and expertise.
- Our interactive worshipART services will refresh and renew you.
- God’s truth is shared here, for professionals and community members alike.
OK, I was going to make a list of ten things but I think I’ll save some to share with you over the coming weeks. I also want to give a little clarification on who will benefit from the “Sex and Skinny” theme.
You should attend HFH if you…
- Have been personally impacted in some way by an eating disorder and/or sexual abuse/addiction.
- Are married/in relationship with someone who has been impacted by either of these.
- Area a clinician/professional working with eating disordered and/or sexual trauma/addiction clients.
- Work in recovery fields as a lay person, such as church leaders, Biblical counselors, small group facilitators and others, and desire a deeper understanding of addiction and recovery.
Is God Leading You to Join Us?
My prayer for you today is that you would ask God if He is leading you to be a part of this amazing event, and if so, sign up soon to secure your room. For complete details including pricing, speakers, and a detailed schedule, visit www.hfhconference.com.
Help Us Get the Word Out
We have created some beautiful postcards that we would be happy to send out to you if you think you can get them placed in the hands of those who might benefit from the conference, such as counseling offices, church recovery programs, colleges, etc. If you’d like to help us out, please let us know through our contact form.