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Created to be a Voice

  • Whole Word Fellowship (Cabin Chapel on the hill) 10922 Vale Road Oakton, VA, 22124 United States (map)

Ladies, it is time.
To step into promises.
To say yes to God’s call.
To live boldly past doubt and fear.
The time is now to live Unveiled.
You were created to be a voice.

Come and be inspired, equipped and empowered by women who are boldly using their voices in the places God has called them. Learn how they’re living out their God-given purpose. And how you can too. Your story matters, and the world around you will be transformed by it. You were created to be a voice.


Tickets are $20 per person.
This event is being co-hosted by Unveiled and Whole Word Fellowship.


WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Learn Biblical truths about God's heart for women

  • Worship and fellowship in a "safe space" environment (just come as you are)

  • Hear inspiring testimonies and Biblial teaching from women using their voices to tell their God-stories

  • Guided reflection and space to listen for God's voice (and affirm your next steps).

  • Meet a diverse community of women leaders


SPEAKERS (more forthcoming!)

Connie Padmore , Unveiled Founder & Assoc. Pastor at Whole Word Fellowship

CONNIE PADMORE, Unveiled Founder & Chief Encourager

Connie is passionate about helping people pursue their God-given purpose. She is the founder of Unveiled | Created to be a Voice, where she helps women speakers and writers grow in hearing God's voice, and using their own. In addition to her role at Unveiled, Connie serves as an Associate Pastor at a multi-ethnic congregation in the Washington DC suburbs. Connie is an organization development consultant to churches and faith based organizations. She holds an M.S. in Organization Development and has served in various leadership roles in the global non-profit sector. In her spare time, you can find her enjoying company with friends and family over a good meal (and chocolate!), and planning her next travel adventure. Connie was born in Liberia and was raised in the Northern Virginia suburbs.

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JACALYN BARNES, Director of The Repentance Project

Jacalyn is passionate about helping others encounter the transformational love of our Father. For her, entering into the Scriptures is a journey beyond the veil into the depths of God’s heart—a pilgrimage filled with explosive revelation, bottomless pools of grace, and tsunamis of His goodness that inundate us in relentless love. Through the word, worship, and intercession, Jacalyn desires that others would see, hear, and know Him like never before. She is particularly zealous about conveying the Father’s heart to His daughters that we may arise in the fullness of our identity and inheritance as Mariams, Deborahs, Huldahs, Marys, Tabithas, Priscillas, and Junias. As the Director of the Repentance Project, Jacalyn works for reconciliation, justice, and unity in the Body—that we may all be one, even as the Father and the Son are one.

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PAT SAKS, Author of Stones of Remembrance & Unveiled Cohort Alumna

Pat was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. After moving to Johannesburg to follow a career in TV, film, and music, Pat became a Christian and worked for a large church in the Johannesburg area.

In 1994, she emigrated to the United States, becoming a US citizen in 2003. Her career veered off into the political arena, which included working for the Speaker of the U. S House of Representatives, followed by positions in various non-profit organizations.

Pat resides in Arlington, Virginia with a Pomeranian that looks like a baby wolf and a calico cat that rules the roost.

Earlier Event: September 15
The Fall Cohort