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Restoring Hearts Conference

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Restoring Hearts 9th Annual Conference - Passport to Hope and Healing

For women in a relationship impacted by sexual betrayal
 
Saturday, April 29, 2017 | 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM | Westminster Chapel 13646 NE 24th Street Bellevue, WA (Map it)  

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Visit the 2017 Conference Web Site at www.RestoringHeartsConference.org
 

Conference Overview

Dealing with a spouse's struggle with sexual integrity, or another person they are in a close relationship with, is one of the most challenging experiences a woman will face. Quite often, women feel they are alone in their journey and that everyone, including God, has abandoned them.

Prodigals International is pleased to offer this unique one-day conference for women who are facing the startling discovery of their husband's sexual unfaithfulness – from pornography use to extramarital affairs – as well as for women who have been dealing with this issue long-term. Sometimes it is not the one they are married to, but a person they are in a relationship with, fiancée, son or father. Restoring Hearts provides a safe place where women can connect with other women who understand the challenges they face. In addition to an inspiring keynote message by an expert in the field of sex and relationships, multiple breakout sessions led by Christian ministry leaders and Christian therapists will provide information, tools, resources, and an important message of hope for women in all stages of the healing journey.

Come together with women traveling on similar journeys who understand your pain!

Visit the 2016 Conference Web Site at www.RestoringHeartsConference.org

 

 

What Past Conference Attendees Say About This Conference 

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[This] has been such a blessing to me. It has been an opportunity to see Jesus walking beside beautiful women who are dealing with the shock and trauma of their spouse’s behavior.  It is a safe place for me to share my own pain and be received with love and understanding. - Marie W.
 
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Through my support group, I have learned: My husband’s actions are not about me.  His behavior was rooted long before he met me.  His behavior will NOT define who I am in Christ! - Ann
 
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I wish I wouldn't have had to experience betrayal, but my relationships with God and with my husband are much deeper and richer now after 4 ½ years of recovery.  I am thankful to God for what I have now.  I am hopeful for you, and your experience going forward.  - Marie P.
 
If you know someone who will benefit, please send them a link to this Web page, or, encourage your friend to join you at the conference.