Nicole Johnson is one of the most sought-after creative
communicators in America today. Her ability to blend humor with
compassion enables her to capture the innermost feelings of women
facing life's daily struggles. She has addressed more than 3 million
women and toured with Women of Faith for 11 years, which included
her "Fresh Brewed Life" message that gives "hope for the daily
grind" to women dealing with issues from motherhood, to the tragedy
of cancer, to being a woman in today's society who seeks to be a
valued daughter of the living God. Johnson has 20 years of
experience as an actress, television host and producer, and has
published seven books.
Dr. Dinelle Frankland is a popular speaker
and musician and serves as professor of worship and academic dean at
Lincoln Christian Seminary.
She is a native of Albion and holds a
bachelor's degree in sacred music, a master's in music and a
doctorate in worship studies. She has served Lincoln Christian
University since 2003 and developed a graduate degree program in
worship studies that provides worship leadership for churches today.
She also teaches regularly at TCM International, a graduate seminary
near Vienna, Austria. She is the author of "His Story, Our Response:
What the Bible Says About Worship."
Over the years, this annual conference has earned an excellent
reputation as an opportunity for Christian women in central Illinois
to be blessed and refreshed.
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There is still time to register for the event at a
cost of $40 per person, which includes lunch. To register online,
www.lincolnchristian.edu/cwc. You may also register the day of
the event, beginning at 8 a.m. in Earl C Hargrove Chapel. The first
session will begin at 9 a.m.
The conference will provide a special opportunity for offering
gifts to help fund renovations in the men's residence hall in order
to make it handicapped-accessible in a number of areas. The
renovations are slated for summer and will include entrances,
doorways, stairways and bathrooms.
Lincoln Christian University serves the church as
part of its mission to equip Christians to serve and lead in the
church, the workplace and the world. Established in Lincoln in 1944,
LCU now offers a variety of degree programs for undergraduates,
graduates and seminary students. Classes are offered in Lincoln,
Peoria and Normal, and in Las Vegas, Nev., as well as online. For
more information, visit
www.lincolnchristian.edu or call 217-732-3168.
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Lincoln Christian University]