Do you need to get your mom batteries recharged? Need some fresh perspective? Want to do something for yourself that will really benefit your family?
You’ll find that and more at one of our 2012 Hearts at Home conferences!
Keynote speakers Michelle Duggar and Focus on the Family’s Dr. Julianna Slattery, will partner up with over a dozen different workshop speakers to bring you the continuing education you need as a mom!
Check out some of the workshops offered this year:
Top Ten Messages You Want Your Kids to Get – Linda Anderson
Confessions of an Imperfect Mother – Julie Barnhill
Frumpy to Fabulous in 30 Days – Shari Braendel
Are You Living In Chaos?- Marla Cilley aka The Fly Lady
Practical Parenting Tips – Michelle Duggar
When Our Kids Make Decisions We Don’t Agree With – Brenda Garrison
What To Do When God Says “Wait” – Jami Kaeb
Get a Grip On Your Finances – Marianne Miller
Encouragement for Overworked Working Moms – Sabrina O’Malone
Tried and True Ways to Earn Money From Home – Marilee Parrish
The Smart Stepmom – Laura Petherbridge
Thriving As A Single Parent – Laura Petherbridge
Three Gifts of Sex – Lorraine Pintus
50 Ways to Improve Your Relationship With Your Husband – Marilee Parrish
Help Your Child Develop a Dating Philosophy – Jill Savage
You Don’t Have to Be Extreme to Save Money – Jill Savage
How To Fight For Your Marriage – Dr. Juli Slattery
The BEST VALUE REGISTRATION Deadline for the March 16-17 National Conference in Normal, IL, is February 15 (that’s next Wednesday!)! You don’t want to miss this year’s conference…it promises to be an incredible weekend of life change.
Registration is also open for our two Fall conferences:
- Western Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, October 12-13
- North Central, Rochester, MN, November 9-10
Don’t delay…register today!
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I will be there! This will be my first time and I am soo excited! Can you believe that I had to call 26 hotels before I found on with an availability??
See you in March!
Yes, that sometimes happens! Glad you found one though!