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March 20-21, 2020    CANCELED due to COVID-19
Richmond, Virginia

Fear. Its prevalence in our culture is growing. Fear of the other. Fear of violence. Fear of the future. Fear of financial difficulties. There is much for women to be afraid of in this world. But Christian women have historically been fearless in the face of violence because of their faith in Christ. 

From the first stories of Genesis, WomanKind 2020 keynote speaker Lisa Sharon Harper draws on God’s original vision of a world that is “very good” — is shalom. Harper declares that shalom is the Gospel’s vision for us now shalom between us and God, within our broken families, between races and nations. Shalom.

Christian fearlessness arises from this firm rock of God’s vision for the Kingdom of God. Here, in and with the Almighty we are partners in Christ’s sacred and world-shaking mission of the Gospel. Here, we stand boldly and without fear of even death itself, as we work with Christ to restore God’s shalom.

WomanKind’s 2020 theme Fearless Women of Faith explores and celebrates how God has inspired fearlessness in us. In our keynote sessions, workshops, and worship, we will examine fearlessness in the face of injustice, violence against women, life transitions, the unknown, vulnerability, and even fear itself. We will look to our sacred stories in the Bible and our own personal stories, and ask for the Holy Spirit to continue to reveal and plant in us holy peace, courage and perseverance. Together, we will seek Christ’s healing, strength, and fearlessness. 

Learn more about Keynote Speaker  Lisa Sharon Harper – Read about Lisa Sharon Harper

Meet our preacher, the Rev. Dr. Judy Fentress-Williams – Read about the Rev. Dr. Judy Fentress-Williams

A badly needed spiritual uplift!”

The knowledge, power, and compassion of women was very much in evidence…”

Having begun in ministry 40 years ago, seeing the quality of young female clergy is purely awesome!”

Wonderful theological engagement . . .”

Well planned and balanced”

Very thought provoking and pretty emotional. As usual, I always leave feeling refueled.”

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