Hispanic women”s conference encourages legacy of faith

RICHARDSON, Texas—The 11th annual Hispanic Christian Women’s Conference was held at the Renaissance Hotel in Richardson on July 29-30, with an attendance of more than 675 ladies. The theme for this year’s conference was “Leaving a Legacy of Faith.”

The ladies were led in song by Nidia Quintanilla, praise and worship leader of Baptist Temple in McAllen, and encouraged in the Word by international speakers Elizabeth Marquez, Lizzie Marquez, and Christian counselor and author Zoricelis Dávila. Breakout sessions were also available that dealt with loving and hearing God; creating, embracing and passing down your legacy; and how to love and teach the word.

Since its inception the women’s conference has always aimed to provide solid biblical teaching that not only challenges but also provides practical teaching methods that can be used to impact a woman’s personal life, family, church and community. This year marked the last statewide women’s conference weekend, as next year it will transition into three regional one-day conferences in Dallas, Longview and Houston. Each of these conferences will continue to focus on developing leaders, strengthening women’s ministries and challenging them with solid biblical teaching.

For more information on SBTC’s Hispanic ministries and events, visit their website.

SBTC Hispanic Ministries
Jesse Contreras
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