Due to popular demand, international conference speaker and author Nancy Guthrie will return to speak at OneLove 2017 on the theme "For Eternity".
Nancy first appeared on the KCC platform when she was invited to speak at the launch of OneLove in a talk called "What Does God's Love Look Like?" from the book of Hosea.
Nancy's talk impacted a lot of women, including Jen who despite shutting God out for 8 years decided to give her life to Christ at OneLove:
"The gospel of grace just hit me...I couldn't ignore God's tugging on my heart anymore so I became a Christian then and there at OneLove."
You can watch Jen's testimony here:
In 2016, Nancy returned to speak at OneLove from the book of Romans on the theme 'Renewed. Transformed.' Guthrie reminded 2,000+ women that our hearts cannot be transformed by God if we're still conforming to the ways of the world. As our hearts are easily captivated by temporal things, we can only experience true transformation when we are captivated by the eternal mercies of God:"Into eternity, you can be sure that God will not run out of kindness before you get yours."
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Once again, Guthrie's teaching impacted many women including Emily, the Director of Women's Initiatives from Thinking of God who believes that busy women need to attend events such as OneLove so that they can get undistracted time to hear from God's Word with other women:
Nancy and her husband, David, have faced the deaths of two of their three children, a daughter, Hope, in 1999, and a son, Gabriel, in 2001, both of whom were born with a rare genetic disorder called Zellweger Syndrome. Nancy offered many of the lessons she learned from this sorrowful experience in her 2002 book, Holding On to Hope: A Pathway of Suffering to the Heart of God. She also co-hosts the Grief Share video series used in over 8,500 churches and hosts Respite Retreats to support families affected by the death of a child.