Invest In Your Daughter's Purity, Modesty, and Biblical Foundation!

Hi there, Ashley from behind the scenes at SPIRIT here. Have you heard of the Mother-Daughter conference coming up? Have you been thinking about buying tickets? I personally want to take a moment and encourage you to consider attending Secret Keeper Girl Live: Crazy Hair Tour.

Now, I don’t quite fit into the age range of a 8-12 year old “tween” girl that this event is acquainted towards, but I value this conference more than I could ever put into words. Why is that? Last year, I attended Dannah Gresh’s Secret Keeper Girl Live Tour, as a part of my duties here at SPIRIT. Let me tell you, I had an amazing time dancing with the guests, watching the confetti cannons explode, learning about modesty for all women, and seeing God transform lives. As a young woman who never had the chance to attend such a conference, I am BEYOND thankful that young girls everywhere, along with their mothers, now get a chance to hear the message of fun, purity, and modesty all while honoring God. At one point in the conference, I was even moved to tears because it was clear that God was touching hearts in that room. The best part? After all the fun, games, and laughter has subsided, Dannah was real with the girls, and provided an opportunity for any and all to encounter Jesus and know Him as Savior.

You see, Secret Keeper Girl Live: Crazy Hair Tour isn’t just another conference to check off your list, it’s a life changing experience that won’t soon be forgotten by the young girl in your life. Don’t miss out on your chance to experience this with your precious daughter, granddaughter, or friend’s daughter. Invest in her life, invest in her purity. She WILL thank you for it later.   

Purchase your tickets today and create a foundation for your daughter in the Lord. I will be there, enjoying the celebration myself. Hope to see you there!

To find out more or purchase tickets to Secret Keeper Girl Live: Crazy Hair Tour, click HERE

Click on the audio file at the top of the page to hear from Sasha, an allmomdoes.com blogger who shares her experience last year as well.

 

 

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