Discover Beyond Women

Our Mission

The mission of the Beyond Conference is to take women beyond a limited view of God and open her eyes to His powerful presence and purpose in and for her life. Christ is able to do immeasurably more than we can ask or imagine, and this conference will encourage, empower and equip women to move beyond Sunday, beyond average, beyond comfortable, beyond limited, beyond church, beyond rules and rituals, beyond the grave and into connecting with God in all of our circumstances.

Our Vision

Founded by a group of Christian women writers, our vision is to collectively see every woman move beyond Sunday and into living a life for Christ in the everyday.


Going All In

Scripture is full of people who do amazing things through faith. It’s also full of people who are held captive by their own desires – who choose control over surrender and comfort over communion. Theirs is a story of “And Yet.” They heard the good news of Jesus, AND YET didn’t really understand Jesus’s power to free them from sin. They believed in the kingdom of heaven, AND YET were still more concerned with their own position on earth. They proclaimed the sovereignty of God, AND YET resisted the role God placed them in. They witnessed the power of the Holy Spirit, AND YET they hungered more for the miracles than for the message. Lord, don’t let me be an “And Yet” woman. Don’t let me believe

We’ve Chosen the BEST Part

Oh, it’s the BEST part. You know the story in Luke 10. The one where Jesus was at the house with Mary and Martha. Martha is busy doing all the things. While Mary is at the feet of Jesus. Martha calls to Jesus...will you tell Mary to come and help me. Jesus’s response to Martha is that Mary has chosen the best part. You see we all have a choice. To either roll with the busy of each day. And continue in life doing all the things, all the time. Things that satisfy temporarily. But have no eternal weight. Things that glorify our ego more than they glorify our God. Things that pacify for only a moment. Or we can choose to sit and stay a while at the feet of Jesus. Because there we will find that

Go Beyond Sunday Worship

What would it look like if our worship was not something we DO, but rather someone we ARE? What would it look like if we no longer thought of worship as something we could pick up and put down at our whims? If we took worship and incorporated it into our very beings – let it infuse our every word and action – how would that change us? Would we look different? Would we act different? How would our lives change if, with our every thought and every breath we praised the Lord? "Praise the LORD! Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens! Praise him for his mighty deeds; praise him according to his excellent greatness! Praise him with trumpet sound; praise him with lute and har

Go to the Well

Water. It is essential to life. And, as we find the Samaritan woman in John 4, she is at the well drawing water. Because she has a need.Because she is thirsty. And her thirst is an indication of her need. So, as she meets Jesus at the well. He meets her need at the well. Sharing with her the Living Water. That if she drinks of, she will never thirst again. The water that will be like a well of water springing up into everlasting life. You see the woman went to the well to draw water to quench a natural thirst. But Jesus met her and gave her water that quenched a spiritual thirst. How often we try to solve a spiritual need with a natural resource. When God just wants us to seek Him first and

Let’s Be Women Who Seek

Lydia was a woman that was unafraid to seek the truth. She wasn’t shy about worshiping God. She knew she didn’t know everything there was to know, and was hungry to hear more. She put herself in places where the truth could be heard. One day, far from home, she went to a gathering of women outside the city gates. There, with the sound of a nearby river playing in the background, Lydia heard the message of Jesus. She listened intently as Paul spoke the truth of the gospel. And God opened up her heart. Lydia responded in faith. Without hesitation she identified herself with Christ. Then, this hungering, hardworking woman of God, grabbed that truth tight in both hands, and brought it back to he

Letters From Jesus On Our Hearts

It’s easy to get discouraged when we try to do things in our own power. It’s easy to feel defeated when we don’t receive affirmation from those we minister to. But we need to remember that we don’t proclaim the Gospel for our own sake. We don’t share the love of Christ for praise, accolades, or validation. We don’t bring our faith into our homes because we want our families to pat us on the back. We do it because we love Him, and we love them. And if we love them, and we love Him, then we have no choice but to see hearts won for Jesus as our reward – as our praise – as our thanks. In 2 Corinthians Paul says, “You yourselves are our letter, written on our hearts, known and read by everyone. Y

What Does Really Knowing Jesus Look Like?

It’s easy to confuse knowing Jesus with knowing about Him. It’s tempting to think if you’ve been to all of the classes and read all of the books, that your head knowledge automatically translates into heart knowledge. It’s comfortable to assume you’ve got a great relationship with Jesus, when in reality you’re keeping him at a distance, and you’ve been doing it for a long time. Knowing Jesus - really knowing Jesus - is deeper than a surface relationship. It’s bigger than a quick prayer before bed and an hour at church on Sunday mornings. It’s more than going your own way, and then wondering why he didn’t come along to make the ride go more smoothly. Knowing Jesus must be more than that. It m

Where Do You Dwell?

In God is the safest place in which we can dwell. We can take all that we have to Him. Our hurts, our pain, our fears. Our disappointments and our frustrations. We can take it all to Him. And lay it all at His feet. Because that’s where it can all be swallowed up. It’s where it can all be burned up. By His consuming fire. In the dwelling place of the Most High God. And not just that. We can take Him our joys and our celebrations too. Because He will rejoice with us. In fact, He rejoices over us in the dwelling place. Because God always has room. Room for us to dwell in Him. For in Him is the safest place to dwell. "How lovely is your dwelling place, Lord Almighty! ... Blessed are those who d

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