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Pastors' wives to feature Barb Rosberg
Posted on Apr 26, 2013 | by Tammi Reed Ledbetter

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HOUSTON (BP) -- The annual Pastors' Wives Conference will feature Barb Rosberg of America's Family Coaches and Jennie Allen, author of "Anything: The Prayer that Unlocked My God and My Soul," along with a roundtable discussion about marriage.

The conference is scheduled from 9-11:45 a.m. Monday, June 10, in the George Bush Grand Ballroom of the George R. Brown Convention Center. There is no cost for the event and registration is not required. Women who serve in any facet of local church leadership, missions and denominational work are invited to attend.

Barb Rosberg and her husband Gary, through the ministry America's Family Coaches, equip couples, churches and military marriages with the resources, events and tools they need to keep their marriages growing stronger for a lifetime. They have two married daughters and seven grandchildren.

Jennie Allen is the author of several Bible study resources designed to engage women's hearts and minds for Christ. She is the wife of Zac Allen, a campus minister at Austin Stone Community Church and they have four children.

Susie Hawkins, author of "From One Ministry Wife to Another" and wife of GuideStone Financial Resources President O.S. Hawkins, will lead the roundtable discussion on Marriage. Hawkins will be joined by Karolyn Chapman, Barbara O'Chester and Suzanne Grigsby, all of whom have experience serving in ministry/marriage partnerships.

Kristin and Eric Yeldell of First Baptist Church of Naples, Fla., again will lead music for the session.

LifeWay Christian Resources and the North American Mission Board are assisting with funding for this year's Pastors' Wives Conference.
Tammi Reed Ledbetter is news editor of the Southern Baptist Texan.
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