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You don’t want to miss the Women Arise Conference, hosted by Charis Bible College, November 5-7!
You’ll witness God’s grace and power flowing through our dynamic speakers: Audrey Mack, Karen Conrad, Bevelyn Beatty, and Edmee Chavannes. With the teachings focused on John 15:1-8, you’ll be encouraged; you’ll learn to abide in God; and you’ll be empowered in His vision for you. Enjoy intimate praise and worship with Tannera Garvin & Charis Worship. This is a unique opportunity to fellowship with likeminded women through worship, workshops, and a Q&A panel with our speakers.
To help keep everyone safe, we require attendees to adhere to the following COVID-19 guidelines:
Also, we want to remind you that some segments of the population are more vulnerable to COVID-19 than others. The more vulnerable populations include:
Our local health officials ask that anyone in those categories also stay home.
If you or any of your friends or loved ones are sick, remember, Andrew Wommack Ministries and Charis Bible College want you to know that God loves you and wants you well! You can call 719-635-1111 and a faith-filled, trained prayer minister will pray for you to be healed!
“Standing in Faith” by Sharon Rich
Are you in the fight of your life? If so, you do not want to miss this workshop as we celebrate God’s faithfulness to hold you up when the world is falling down! This workshop will teach the spiritual and natural application of standing on God’s Word and posturing yourself to receive the PROMISES of God.
“Time management for the called, crazed and exhausted!” by Carrie Pickett
In this workshop discover how to find the balance of your calling, kids, husband and laundry! We will see in the Word how God actually shows us how to manage and surrender our days to his leadership so that we never burn out. Develop a perspective alongside of us that “there is enough time to fulfill your destiny and to-do list!”
“Lead your children into encountering God” by Dana Bellamy
Mothers are so diligent in providing the very best they can for their children. We concern ourselves with what goes into our children’s bodies, how they are dressed, where they go to school, the friends they have, and what hobbies they have. And as good as these things are, we must keep the main thing the main thing. The scripture says in Mark 8:36 “What will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?”
In this workshop, I will share important keys that will help you to lead your children into encountering the one true living God and into knowing Him intimately. I will also share testimonies of my children’s face-to-face encounters with Jesus to encourage you.
Bevelyn Beatty was born in Staten Island, New York, and soon after moved to North Carolina where she spent the majority of her childhood. In her formative years as a child, her parents separated, and she was raised in an environment of instability, turmoil, and both sexual and physical abuse.
A product of a broken culture, she acted out with rebellious behavior from a young age. She developed a negative image of men which was more deeply confirmed through repeated experiences. Men were after one thing, and one thing only, just like her father had told her as a teenager. Having had her first abortion at 15 and later dropping out of high school, she continued on a self-destructive path centered around dating, drugs, and drinking. She would go on to have two more abortions during that time.
Living a carefree lifestyle and needing a large sum of money to catch up on past due rent payments, she was caught and arrested for money laundering from her employer. While in jail awaiting bail for 7 days, she met a woman who had the God-given ability to see her internal struggle with depression that she had kept secret for quite some time. The woman told her that if she did not change her life, the next step for her would be the grave. Bevelyn knew in her heart this was true and upon her release moved forward with the determination to choose a new path.
Not long after, working for a non-profit women’s organization, she was raising awareness and fundraising from people on the street in front of the Trump Towers in New York City. She met a woman named Edmee who patiently listened to her explanation of all the things they were doing to help young girls. After completing her pitch, Edmee responded,
“I could give you money, but if these girls don’t know Jesus, nothing will change.” Bevelyn knew deep down that this was true, and with curiosity sparked by their conversation, proceeded to get to know Edmee more in the coming weeks. Shortly after Edmee began discipling Bevelyn and they began working alongside one another to pursue the ministry God had called them to; feeding the hungry, healing the sick, and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In short, sharing the truth that until Jesus Matters, nothing else matters.
Edmee Chavannes was born in Paris to parents who had previously immigrated to France from Haiti. In her early years, her family attended church, but after her parents divorced when she was a child, her mother left the church and gave up on God. Influenced by her own negative life experiences and the speeches of Malcolm X, she developed a hatred of white people and for her father from which she had become estranged. Having visited the United States several times throughout the 1990s, she fell in love with the sense of freedom in America and was impressed by the size and scale of every aspect of life in contrast to what was familiar in Europe. As an adult, after experiencing the loss of a dear friend, in 2002 she decided to immigrate to the US for a new start.
Despite this new beginning in America, she continued to struggle with depression, rejection, and pessimism – but that would soon change. Encountering Christians who were truly relying on God in their daily lives, something she had not observed with Christians she had known back home, she saw a peace in them that she wanted for herself. In 2003 she received Christ and was born again, experiencing a radical shift that lifted her out of depression, removed the lens of racism she had seen the world through for so long, and empowered her to forgive her father. One evening, while attending a Broadway show with friends, a particular scene stirred up an overwhelming sense of awareness of the struggle between the prevailing culture and the Kingdom of God. She heard from the Lord that he had called her to engage in the battle to regain this territory, and she began to pursue it, leaving her secular career for full-time ministry.
A few years later, on her way to the grocery store, she encountered a woman canvassing for a non-profit organization in front of Trump Towers. She listened to her explain all the things they were doing to help young women. When the woman finished her pitch, Edmee acknowledged that her effort was well-intentioned, but responded that if people did not give their hearts to the Lord, nothing would change. Much to her surprise, the woman did not attempt to debate her but readily agreed. This woman’s name was Bevelyn Beatty, and she and Edmee would go on to become great friends and pursue ministry together that continues to this day.
With over twenty-five years of leadership experience in the corporate banking world and years of entrepreneurial involvement in real estate and home staging, Karen has extensive knowledge in the area of strategic business planning. In 2014, she became the marketing director of Andrew Wommack Ministries and later became the vice president of 7M Ventures, Inc., a subsidiary of the ministry. She currently serves AWM as a consultant.
Audrey miraculously met the Lord and was saved in Cannes, France in 1985. In 1986, she followed His direction to leave France to go to Bible school in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Audrey is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center and Victory World Mission Center and has been in ministry since 1988. Her first love and desire is to know God, reflect Him, and serve Him. Her passion for God and her intimacy with the Holy Spirit enabled her to minister across five continents. Healed of bone cancer in 1999, Audrey has a burning desire to bring the message of grace, faith, and healing to this generation and to teach people how to receive healing and heal the sick. Her God-given mandate has taken her to the French-speaking nations of the world, most of which are dominated by atheism, Islam, or legalism. Her joy is to see people established in the Word and walking with the Holy Spirit so that with His help, they may become fruitful and fulfill their God-given destiny.
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Tannera has been on staff with Charis Bible College for several years and currently serves as a Dean of Education. She is also a worship leader at her church's young adult group. For the last year, Tannera has been teaching a singles course, for women only, on love and respect.
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