For immediate release: Jan. 17, 2012
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Women from around the world are set to unite in Kansas City for the 2012 Arise Women’s Conference on Jan. 26-29. Kathy Gray, senior pastor of World Revival Church, will address conference attendees, as well as leaders from Canada and around the U.S.
Gray is a leading voice of revival. An acclaimed author, teacher and pastor, Gray has touched thousands of people who have found freedom through her 30 years of ministry.
“Women around the world need breakthroughs in their personal lives, but also their spiritual lives so that they can tap into God’s power and be strengthened for their families, friends and children,” Gray said. “The Arise Women’s Conference will help women make this a year of destiny to change their life and ministry.”
Gray also will be releasing her new book, “HUA! – A Training Guide For Women” published by SGM Publishing, at the conference.
A team of anointed, powerful and experienced women will join Gray to minister throughout the conference, which includes:
- Two full days of sessions and lunches
- Breakout sessions with specialized teaching to help women tap into God’s strength
- Worship with women conference attendees and worship leaders from the U.S. and Canada
- Revival services on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Women can reserve their tickets online at http://arise2012worldrevivalchurch.eventbrite.com or by calling 877-804-5433. Early bird registration, which ends Jan. 22, starts at $65, with group rates available. Tickets will then cost $75.
For more information about the conference and World Revival Church, go to www.worldrevivalchurch.com.
About World Revival Church
World Revival Church of Kansas City is pastored by Steve and Kathy Gray. People from all over the world come to Kansas City to experience this revival in tremendous God encounters, often resulting in powerful healings, changed lives and an empowerment to live for Christ. The Grays have been pastoring revival since 1996, first in what was known as the Smithton Outpouring and now at World Revival Church.