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Kathleen Nielson serves as director of women's initiatives for The Gospel Coalition. She holds MA and PhD degrees in literature from Vanderbilt University and a BA from Wheaton College. Author of the Living Word Bible studies, she speaks often at women's conferences and loves working with women in studying the Bible. She shares a heart for students with her husband, Niel, president of Covenant College from 2002 to 2012 and now leading an enterprise developing resources for Christian schools around the world.
The aim is not just the good of women; the aim is the gospel-centered health and growth of the church.
Only this God-rooted perspective lets us begin to see the worth of a child as a gift to be rightly and thankfully received.
We're thrilled about the breadth and depth of the people and the topics this conference brings together.
We need an increasing number of godly models who can encourage women to handle and communicate God's Word with clarity and humble strength, in all the contexts of our lives.
It's a pretty magnificent vantage point—getting to see close-up our God at work generation after generation, just like he promised.
O'Connor means to shock us into seeing.
In a world where we've accustomed our eyes to evil and lost our desperation for redemption, O'Connor believed she was called to write what she truly saw.
Christians should come to know this remarkable fiction writer who saw the world through the lens of her faith.
Women and men in life-and-death crises often have open ears to hear the good news.
Women, you're not only welcome at this conference; you're needed.