Make plans to join us for one of the most AMAZING weekends you’ll ever experience as ladies
gather from all over Elizabeth City to worship and connect with one another.

We will sing, cry and laugh! #ADORE2016 is the FIRST Conference in our new
FPC Auditorium ~ you can’t miss it! 

 
We will begin Friday evening, April 29th, at 7:00
 
Saturday’s sessions will begin at 10:00 am, with breakfast foods available at 9:00 am, and we will conclude at 4:00 pm.  
 
Cost is just $30 per person and includes all conference materials, snacks, beverages and lunch on Saturday. 

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GUEST SPEAKERS

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Anna Coker

Anna received her Master's Degree in Counseling from Regent University in 2008. She spent her residency working in Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse, becoming licensed to practice Therapy in North Carolina in 2010. Pursuing her love of teaching she became a state certified DWI service provider, offering assessments and group classes which are required by the state for DWI offenders. In June of 2014, Anna was able to build her clientele and work full-time in her Private Practice, Northeastern Professional Counseling.

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Betty Haar-Salvo

Betty lives in Hertford, NC, with her husband Christopher. Betty started painting at the age of 82. Originally from Germany, she has also lived in Holland and Canada before coming to the United States. Betty is a Holocaust Survivor. After the war, she immigrated to Toronto and worked as a dancer and actress for the CBC, touring many countries as a dancer. Betty met her husband and started a production company to produce commercials and documentaries for television, together with commercial photography. After retiring she and her husband moved to South Hatteras Island eventually to Hertford. Betty tried her hand at painting, submitted her work to be judged by the Perquimans Art League and won first place. Betty was invited by Professor Alexis Joyner, head of the Department of Fine Arts at Elizabeth City State University, to study sculpting at the university. Professor Joyner was the judge at an exhibition that “changed my life!” says Betty.

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DeLynn Rizzo

DeLynn is the wife of Dino Rizzo, Executive Director for ARC, and together they have three beautiful children – McCall, Dylan, and Isabella. DeLynn is a very vibrant and down-to-earth communicator to women of all ages. She is very passionate about serving all kinds of women in the home, in the church, and in leadership. As a worship leader, church planter, speaker, wife, and mom – her life is never ever dull.


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Ganelle Gaddy Sutton

Ganelle is a native of New Bern, NC. The daughter of a single mom who was also an evangelist and church musician, she reports to have spent half of her life in church, where she received her foundational values, and the other half of her life in the ‘hood,’ where she met the characters who inspire her stories. Ganelle is a full-time public school English teacher, free-lance editor and founder/writing instructor for the Young Authors’ Club, a creative writing camp established in 2008. She lives in Elizabeth City, NC with her husband Abel, and three children, Abel, Micah and Eden.

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Lana Neal

Lana brings more than 20 years of experience in leadership development, children’s ministry and global outreach to Forest Park. Lana is skilled to reach and empower people at various stages of life and inspire them to be all God created and designed them to be. She helps people realize their full potential through training and practical messages. Lana develops and leads teams in both church and business environments. She also leads outreach teams to schools in Ecuador each summer. Lana and Scott (Lead Pastor, Forest Park) have been married for 25 years and have three children, Evan, Ashlyn, and Camryn.