Family Worship Center • Lansdale, PA • Friday, October 20, 2017 • 7pm
We all have influence – what’s important is how we use it.
Influence is a women’s event designed to encourage and empower women to live their life on purpose and have a positive influence in their world.
At this one-night event you will:
Connect with women like you
Become inspired by purpose and passion
Experience Christ-centered worship
Learn from speaker and founder Marie Humphrey as well as Keynote speaker Candy Hemphill Christmas
Marie Humphrey, the Co-Founder of Influence Conference, is a popular speaker. She was raised by Christian parents who were active in church and traveled the country singing gospel music. She married Kent Humphrey in 1984, who traveled and sang with Dove award winning Christian bands. Throughout the years Marie has served in numerous positions including youth pastor, women’s ministry leader, children’s ministry director and family ministry coordinator.
Marie is an energetic speaker who is passionate about her love for Jesus, the church and people. In her recent book, Life Lessons: The Life You Live is the Lesson You Teach, Marie reminds us it’s never too late to start living the beautiful life God has planned for you – it starts by recognizing your value and your influence.
Candy Christmas began her career as an adolescent with her family, The Hemphills, and quickly climbed to the top of the Christian charts. Later, she married and happily settled into family life, but she wanted a way to continue her ministry of giving. She started the Bridge Ministry with her husband in 2004, out of a desire to help feed and clothe the homeless of Nashville, TN.
Each Tuesday night the Bridge Ministry serves the homeless and poor under Jefferson Bridge in Nashville. The ministry is housed in a 20,000 square foot warehouse that not only stores the food for the Tuesday evening services under the bridge, but also acts as a local food bank for other area ministries. The Bridge Ministry currently aids school children on assisted lunch programs by distributing 1700 food bags every week so that the children in need have food to eat over the weekend.