Gathering with thousands of moms, Hearts at Home main sessions are high energy opportunities to laugh and learn. Through drama, music, and speakers who understand the real challenges of motherhood, you'll find your vision refreshed, your heart full, and your perspective transformed. Main Sessions will take place at the beginning of your conference day and immediately following your workshop breakouts.
Jill Savage is one of today’s most exciting female speakers. Her honest, engaging communication is strengthened by her ability to make her audience laugh while they learn. Jill is the author of five books including Real Moms…Real Jesus and the co-author of Living With Less So Your Family Has More.www.jillsavage.orgJulie Barnhill
Julie Barnhill is a witty speaker and has authored six books including her Hearts at Home release Motherhood: The Guilt That Keeps on Giving. Julie captivates audiences with her honest and realistic views on the journey of marriage and motherhood. Julie's bold yet friendly kick-in-the-pants speaking delivery challenges audiences everywhere to go much broader and deeper in their life with Christ—to get serious about truly loving Him with all their heart and soul and mind and strength.www.juliebarnhill.com
Katie lives in Nashville, TN with her husband Jacob and two "kids" (cats) Mini & Spud. They travel year-round as My Anchor Holds, an acoustic/soul duo, leading worship and performing at churches and other venues all over the country. She's been singing "...ever since she came out of the womb!" her mother says, and grows more passionate about her music every year. Katie always looks forward to any opportunity to share the love of God with people through song and can't wait for the Hearts conference!www.myanchorholds.net
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