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Do you want to have a stronger relationship with your daughter? What can you do right now to build bridges (not barriers) before she enters her teen years?

The Pure in Heart Conference is an exciting one-day event that is uniquely designed for tween girls (ages 7-12) and for moms, grandmothers, and mentors of children. The conference not only teaches young girls practical, biblical wisdom to lay a foundation for making future choices for purity, but it also shares a message of hope and forgiveness for women who struggle with the memories of their past choices of impurity.

During Tween Break-Out Sessions, girls enjoy a time designed especially for their age. Power-packed teaching themes and fun crafts focus on a girl’s identity in Christ, God’s love, and sharing His love with others. Adult Sessions include inspiring testimonies and instructional teaching. Speakers share practical parenting strategies that will help moms equip their children to stand against the conflicting cultural messages they face each day. The conference concludes in a precious time of mother-daughter blessing.

At previous Pure In Heart Conferences, there have been numerous life-changing decisions made by both mothers and daughters. Mothers become intentional about raising the next generation for the Lord. As one mom noted, “I’m walking away from here with hope, with encouragement, and with determination to fight for their purity.”

In order for this event to impact as many young hearts and lives as possible, we need your help! Take some time to watch the videos. Check out the other information here on the Pure In Heart Conference Site and consider sharing about it with your friends. Share the videos on Facebook, email a link, or call a friend with a personal invitation. Share with your Bible study group. (You can find other promotional tools in the “promotionals” section of the site.)

Please register early and tell your friends about the conference now. Seating is limited, so don’t hesitate. Because of the great need, Pure In Heart Conferences tend to sell out quickly, often prior to the end of early registration.