Thursday, May 2, 2013

Inspire My Life ---

From our own group -  Vickey Pahnke Taylor will be presenting.  For any of you who follow her blog or have heard her speak at Education Week, EFY, etc. you know that she is a beloved soul who loves the Lord, cares deeply for others', and has been through a tremendous amount in her own life.  Yet, she keeps a smile on her face and faith in her heart.  She will make you laugh, make you cry, and...share messages of inspiration that will teach and instruct and uplift!

Also, Curtis Jacobs is a favorite.  He was a neighbor (of mine) a few years back - in North Logan, Utah, and is one of the dearest and kindest men you'll find.  He inspires with his upbeat demeanor (he was a male cheerleader once), and teaches powerful doctrine in a way that all want to hear.  (I wish I had recorded all the amazing gospel doctrine classes he taught.  I couldn't wait for Sunday school each week.)

We invite you, if you live in Utah, to consider attending this event.  Here's the info. we were given:

Inspire My Life! is a new conference coming to Salt Lake (Cottonwood High School) this Saturday, May 4th from 9-5 p.m. There are  many wonderful artists and presenters: Charley Jenkins, David Christensen, Vickey Pahnke Taylor, Curtis Jacobs, Daniel Beck, Katherine Nelson, and Jessie Clark Funk. 

Get your FREE tickets now by going HERE

Any donations will go to help single moms at People Helping People.       

Inspire My Life is designed to motivate, educate and inspire women to develop deep reservoirs of strength and optimism regardless of life’s challenges and to heighten their own self-worth, bring about constructive change and build meaningful relationships.     ----

Saturday, May 4, 2013
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - Registration
10:00 - Introduction
10:15 - Daniel Beck
11:00 - David Christensen
11:45 - Katherine Nelson
12:30 - Lunch
1:45 -  Jessie Funk
2:30 -  Curtis Jacobs
3:15 -  Break
3:30 -  Vickey Pahnke Taylor
4:15 -  Break4:30 -  Charley Jenkins


  1. I really wanted to attend this one; it sounded like such a good uplifting program. I will hope that there are a few blog posts on this one.

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  3. Thanks, LeAnn! Let's do hope that people will post! Some of us weren't able to make-it either. Sigh. :)