Come to the Faithlife Women Conference—FREE!

We have exciting news!

You may have heard about the new Faithlife Women Conference that Logos and groups like Compassion International are putting on in September. Faithlife Women is shaping up to be a once-in-a-lifetime event, and with today’s announcement, it’s getting even better: we’ve worked out a partnership to make the conference FREE to the first 2,500 attendees! If you can get to Dallas September 6–8, you can hear from Faithlife Women’s outstanding speakers and authors completely free of charge.

We have an amazing lineup scheduled for you. You’ll hear Angela Thomas reveal what the Bible says about joy, listen to Liz Curtis Higgs discuss grace, and be blessed by Dr. Lois Evans’ unveiling of Psalm 91’s “secret place.” Those are just a few standouts among many terrific speakers and workshops.

Not only will you experience first-rate ministry—you’ll be edified by worship from Gwen Smith and music by the acclaimed Robbie Seay Band.

But that’s not all.

Want to get backstage at the conference? We’re giving away an exclusive lunch with some of our speakers! We’ll choose two women (both of whom can bring a friend) to share this special luncheon with Liz Curtis Higgs, Kasey Van Norman, Arlene Pellicane, Leslie Vernick, Elyse Fitzpatrick, Kendra Smiley, and Gwen Smith. Get in on the contest now.

Save your place!

Registration is still required, and seats are going fast. Register for free at and get your tickets today.

P.S. Share this post on Facebook, tweet it, text your girlfriends, email the women at church, call your mom—tell everyone you know about the Faithlife Women Conference.


  1. Pastor Johnson yes these venues will be allowing LOGOS to offer their product. Not sure I understand the issue behind your concern? LOGOS is virtually everywhere there is a gathering of Christian believers. Very similar to your secular products attempting to sell their products at venues where there is an interest. If your wife doesn’t want to purchase the LOGOS products than don’t. However there just might be someone who is looking for a good deal on the latest LOGOS.

  2. My concern is that it is only the first 1,500 attendees are able to be free. So if my wife and her friends want to attend and they catch a plane to Dallas and aren’t one of the first 1,500 then they have to pay to attend. While it is valuable to be able to attend these types of conferences and the teaching that comes from them is tremendous, we might just be able to budget for the flight and room not the conference and such. That’s where the turn off is for us to fly across the world to get there.

    • Di Dinnis says:


      Thank you for your concern. The first 2,500 registered attendees will be able to attend the conference. We will only offer tickets at the event on a space-available basis. You can easily register now and guarantee your seat without having to pay the conference fee, as you’ll be one of the first 2,500.