Come to the Fire Conference invites women to celebrate freedom
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Holland, Michigan
Women Alive Ministries announced the eighth annual Come to the Fire Conference, October 17 to 19 at Central Wesleyan Church in Holland, Michigan. Many churches are also hosting the conference as a live streaming event.

Each year the free women's conference is attended by women from dozens of denominations who want to experience a fresh encounter with God. Last year, more than 2,000 women from eight countries, 35 states, and 38 denominations attended the annual conference.

In 2002, a small group of women began meeting with a deep desire to see God move. This year hundreds of women are praying for the conference. Many combine fasting with their prayers, believing God wants to renew His people and enable his followers to love Him with all their hearts.

The conference is designed to help women "discover the spiritual life they have always wanted." This year's speakers, Linda Boyette, Beth Coppedge, Aletha Hinthorn, Nancy Jesudass, and Carolyn Johnson, will speak on the conference theme Celebrate Your Freedom.

After the conference, organizers hear about the transformation experienced by hundreds of women who refer to Come to the Fire as a holy event. One of the comments frequently made is, "I felt the Lord's presence as soon as I walked in the door."

A mother who brought her young daughters last year shared, "One of my daughters said, 'I heard God call my name.'" Her other daughter said she felt God's smile during the worship. This year organizers encourage mothers to prayerfully consider bringing their daughters. It is never too early to bring the next generation into Jesus' presence.

Women Alive Ministries, based in Leawood, Kansas, was started by Director Aletha Hinthorn to invite women to enjoy a close relationship with a holy God. Since 1984 the organization has reached out to women through various ministries, including luncheons, a magazine, daily online devotionals, book publishing, and annual conferences.

The event is open to the public with conference fees on a donation-only basis. Women can register through the organization's website, To learn more about Come to the Fire, contact Aletha Hinthorn or visit
--NCN News submissions
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