June 1-3, 2018REGISTER NOW
Please call (800) 460-4401 ext. 246 to register by phone.
Each year, hundreds of women from across the region gather together for the Mo-Ranch Women’s Conference. Take a break from the busyness of life to recharge physically, mentally and spiritually. Conference activities include keynote presentations, worship, fellowship, recreation, free time and workshops.
2018 theme: “For the love of God, why? For the love of God.”
The purpose of the Mo-Ranch Women’s Conference is to:
- Create an inviting and safe environment for growth and renewal
- Hear God’s word through inclusive and intentional worship
- Reach a diverse cross-section of women by culture, age and background
- Celebrate and be good stewards of God’s creation
- Practice inclusiveness, radical hospitality and joyful fellowship
- Allow a place to reconnect with ourselves, God and each other
Mothers, daughters and granddaughters come together for a time of reunion and growth. Friendships that last a lifetime are made by women who would not have otherwise met.
Come and see for yourself. Register today, space is limited!
Dr. Jackie Roese is the founder and president of The Marcella Project, a ministry committed to reshaping the view of women in the Church through Scripture-based training, teaching and dialogue. She has a master’s in Christian education from Dallas Theological Seminary and a DMin in preaching from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. Jackie spent eight years serving in a megachurch as a teaching pastor to women as well as serving on the Sunday morning preaching team. She has written more than fifteen Bible studies and authored two books: She Can Teach and Lime Green: Reshaping Our View of Women in the Church. She’s taught at women’s conferences in Africa and the U.S., and trained women here and abroad to preach through her She Can Teach course.
A $75.00 deposit must accompany registration. The balance of all fees will be due 60 days prior to the start of the event, or upon registration if within 60 days full payment is required at the time of registration. Full refund less $75.00 administrative fee per person will be made if cancellation is received more than 30 days prior to the conference. There are generally no refunds for cancellations received on or after 30 days prior to the start of the event nor any applying of the deposit toward other charges or future deposits.
Cost & Housing
Conference participants will be housed on a first-come, first-served basis.
A word about terminology:
Hotel Housing is either Wynne/Flato Lodge or Pheasant Run (double occupancy).
If your church has made a deposit for hotel rooms, please contact your group coordinator, or call (800) 460-4401 ext. 246 to register.
Group Housing is either Nicklos Barn, Nicklos Place, Triplex Apartments, Guest Lodge, River Dorm Apartment, or Log Lodge.
Commuter Rate excludes lodging, includes tuition, lunches and dinners.
Scholarships are available! Click here to learn more.
Arrival and Departure
Conference registration begins at 4 p.m. Friday, June 1. Dinner is served from 5:30-7 pm. The opening plenary will be at 7:15 p.m. Conference ends Sunday, June 3 with lunch.
What to Bring
Bring a Bible, notebook, flashlight, hair dryer, rain gear. Linens are provided. Bring shoes suitable for Mo-Ranch’s rocky, uneven terrain.
Mo-Ranch is 90 miles one-way, or a 2-hour drive from the nearest airport (SAT), allow 3 hours travel/check-in time for departures. We recommend generally scheduling arriving flights before 3 p.m. and departing flights after 3 p.m. to be sure you do not miss any of your event.
If you are in need of shuttle service to Mo-Ranch, call Kars for Hire in Kerrville at (830) 890-8200 at least 15 days in advance to arrange transportation from San Antonio International Airport.