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Bright Lights to Host 2nd Conference at the Ark Encounter

FAITH NEWS SERVICEMarion, IA: Bright Lights, a discipleship ministry for pre-teen girls, will be hosting their 2nd live conference at the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, KY on September 20 – 21, 2024.

The conference is entitled Seeking Christ, and speakers include Sarah (Mally) Hancock, Ken Ham (Founder CEO of Answers in Genesis), Martyn Iles (Executive CEO of Answers in Genesis), and others. It is primarily aimed at mothers and daughters, but ladies of all ages are welcome.

“The years of our youth have so much potential for the Lord!” says Sarah (Mally) Hancock, Bright Lights founder. “Our desire is to give each of these girls a vision for seeking Christ and serving Him with all her heart. We know this is going to be a special weekend for many moms and daughters, and we are very excited about what the Lord is going to do!”

Conference registration is $65 until April 30, when it will be $75. This includes admission to the Ark Encounter, which can be toured on the final day of the conference. Sessions will feature practical, Biblical teaching on pursuing Christ, identity, serving the Lord while young, using social media for God’s glory, the importance of Bible study, and more. Ladies can find details and registration information here: https://tomorrowsforefathers.com/seeking-christ-conference/.

Over 900 ladies attended the first conference, Speak Truth in Your Heart, that Bright Lights hosted at the Ark Encounter in February 2023. After seeing the Lord’s hand at work in such a mighty way, the ministry is prayerfully anticipating September.

About Bright Lights: Bright Lights, located out of Marion, IA, is a discipleship ministry with a special focus on pre-teen girls. Founded in 1996 by Sarah (Mally) Hancock, there are now 800+ Bright Lights groups that have started nationally and internationally.

The family-run ministry’s published books include Speak Truth in Your Heart, Before You Meet Prince Charming, Will Our Generation Speak, and Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends.