So you're created to be a voice, what now?  

We all want to know why we’ve been put on the earth, what God has uniquely designed us to do.  But now that you know why you’re here, what next?  If you’re called to be a messenger and spokesperson, then the very next step happens in the place of LISTENING. God created YOU to be a voice because he has something for YOU specifically to say.  He has a message that he wants you to carry.

Unveiled programs are designed to help you lean in and listen for God’s voice together, in community with like-minded women.  This is not a journey that you are meant to take alone.  Come on, it’s time to get started.

Perhaps you’ve just started using your voice and need the tools and courage to take the next steps.  Or you might be a seasoned speaker simply sensing God’s invitation to draw nearer to his heart in your preparation – learning to intentionally listen for his message over your own – and you’re not quite sure how to start.  No matter where you are on your journey, God wants to meet you with his voice.  He has something to say to you, and through you. It will take courage to stop, and to listen, and then to use your voice.  

Join a community of courageous women speakers and leaders across the globe.  


What Others are Saying...

Amy shares about her Unveiled Cohort program experience.  Click here to learn more!


The Unveiled cohort has taught me practical ways to hear from the Lord and inspired me to seek out His message over my own. The small group setting is a great opportunity to connect and learn from others on this journey. Connie’s teachings are clearly inspired and provide a clear path.
— Shelley H., NGO Executive
Although I once had an aversion to public speaking, Connie’s guidance and mentoring have enabled me to preach, speak and lead with courage and grace. Most importantly, she has taught me the secret to success in all things: the relentless pursuit of God and a heart fully devoted to Him. Her life and ministry are a glorious witness to these truths.
— J.B., Princeton Theological Seminary