10th Annual Golden Isles Women’s Conference

Restore. Refresh. Renew.

Come join us for our 10th annual Golden Isles Women's Conference - Restore, Refresh, and Renew and meet Rochelle Frazier Foster and Daphene Jones. Rochelle is a speaker, author, blogger and mom of five who is passionate about Restoring the heart of women, Refreshing her spirit with the truth that sets her free, and Renewing her identity so that she sees who she really is and knows the power of her voice.

If you are familiar with the Ron Hall story “Same Kind of Different as Me” you'll be excited to know Daphene is the twin sister of Ron's wife Deborah. The girls lives were shattered through abuse from their father. Hear how God's mercy miraculously restored her and helped her overcome crippling fear, depression and failure.

Friday night doors open at 6:30pm. The event begins at 7:00pm and is followed by dessert fellowship at 9:00pm.

Saturday morning doors open at 8:30. The event begins at 9:00am and ends at 12:30pm.

Join us at St. Simons Community Church • February 19 & 20, 2016

St. Simons Community Church
2700 Frederica Rd
St Simons Island, GA 31522

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Tickets: $29.00

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At Your Church
Your church may be selling tickets. Check with your church office to see. Two local churches selling tickets are First Baptist Church, Brunswick & St. Simons Community Church.

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Contact Hennie Ellis at hennie.ellis@comcast.net or
Jill McGahan at 912-222-5107 or jillmcgahan@comcast.net

Lodging Info

You may choose any lodging you would like.

Village Inn and Pub
A boutique hotel located in the pier area of SSI. Rooms are $169/night including a continental breakfast. View Website

Fairfield Inn
At Exit 38 in Brunswick for $84/night including a continental breakfast. View Website

Meet Daphene Jones

When “Same Kind of Different as Me” became a runaway best seller followed by “What Difference Do It Make?” Daphene Jones received numerous queries from readers who wanted to know more about her twin sister, Deborah Hall.

The story which gripped America’s heart involved a wealthy Texas art dealer and his wife whose love for Christ leads her to minister to Ft. Worth, Texas’ homeless and dispossessed. It was then that she met an illiterate black man, Denver Moore, whose life became transformed by their friendship-and theirs by his.

As Daphene began to write her story, it was obvious that Deborah had the same profound impact on her life as she had on Denver’s.

The powerful twin bond that began between them was shattered through sexual, physical, and emotional abuse from their father. As the two girls matured, Deborah became self-sufficient and perfectionistic, and Daphene aimless, “dumb”, and promiscuous. Father, mother, older sister Gretchen and both twins lived singular under one roof.

Despite emotional detachment and even parental abuse, lives which appeared hopeless became miraculously restored by God at a healing conference in Anaheim, California the twins attended. God promised to send a Southern Breeze to melt the hardest of hearts and one day they would look back and see that their lives had been changed forever.

The Deborah-Daphene restoration involves a new beginning of the twin bond that had been broken and Daphene overcoming crippling fear, clinical depression, failure, isolation, and the inability to relate to men. All is gloriously changed through the mercy of God.

Neither of them could have imagined what that Southern Breeze would look like and how many other people would be touched by it. Theirs is a powerful story of forgiveness, redemption, and second chances.

As Daphene takes her ‛mask’ off and shares her life, readers are encouraged to tell their story and find hope. Daphene’s honesty shows others that God can change your life and ‛shame’ can be removed forever.

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 29 (UPI) -- Greg Kinnear has been cast in Same Kind of Different as Me.

The 51-year-old actor will star alongside Renee Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou and Jon Voight in the new faith-based film.

Same Kind of Different as Me is based on Ron Hall and Denver Moore's 2006 book of the same name. Kinnear will portray Hall, an international art dealer, whose wife Deborah (Zellweger) befriends a homeless man, Moore (Hounsou). The story follows the two men's unexpected friendship, and draws upon religious themes. Voight will appear as Hall's estranged father.

The film marks Michael Carney's directorial debut, with Hall, Carney and Alexander Foard as writers and Hall, Mary Parent, Cale Boyter, Darren Moorman and Stephen Johnston as producers. Carney, Foard, Chris Bancroft and Hans Graffunder will executive produce.

Meet Rochelle Frazier Foster

Rochelle is a woman on fire for Jesus that seeks to set the captives FREE!

While her career in speaking started over tea with hats and pearls sharing her storybooks "Sweeteas," she is most known for her infectious fire starting spirit that has moved women from coast to coast to seek God with a passion that would cause Him to be revealed.

She has seen a spirit of revival happening in women across the United States, as she removes the mask and gets "real" with women. She believes that too many have fallen prey to the American Gospel that is not aligned to Jesus, and as she exposes the lies the truth begins to set women FREE!

We are called for such a time as this, and we dare you to set your women free!