Join us for two hours of growing together as we remember God is the ‘One Who Sees Us’.  We are never alone, abandoned, rejected, or misunderstood.  We have not escaped God’s notice, nor are we invisible to Him.  He has a great purpose for our lives.  May we in unity proclaim the words of Hagar in Genesis, “You are the God who sees me,” for she said, “I have now seen the One who sees me.”

Our Women’s Spring Event is a time of coming together for mutual edification, equipping, and inspiration so that we can love God, others, and ourselves as Christ instructed.  With a challenging message, encouraging fellowship, and uplifting stories, you and your guests will leave ready to make an impact for Christ.

Registration for this event is individual, but feel free to gather in groups!  And here’s the bonus, everyone who registers will get a free 7-day devotional via email to help us continue to walk out what we learn during this event. 

If you are a church or group wanting to host a group of 20 or more, please let us know and we will give you all the tools to help your registration go as smoothly as possible.

Guest Speaker Amy Luedtke


We are pleased to welcome Rev. Dr. Amy Luedtke as our guest speaker this year.  You can read Amy’s biography below, but we want to share what we love about Amy.  Amy is not only a powerful and deeply insightful communicator, but she loves people well with warmth, compassion, and Truth.  After you sit down with Amy, you will feel like she is a friend.  Trust us, you are in for a treat

Dr. Amy Luedtke has a passion to see women find identity and freedom in the love of Jesus Christ. She has been married to Jeff for 25 years and enjoys pastoring with him at Fairmount Wesleyan Church (Fairmount, IN) as the Pastor of Care & Connection. They have two children, Bryce and Jordan, who are students at Indiana Wesleyan University where Amy teaches Psychology. In her free time, Amy enjoys reading, counseling, organizing, laying in hammocks, and playing board games.  Amy is an ordained pastor in The Wesleyan Church.