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Great Life Church Annual Winter Conference

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Great Life Church in Spring Hill is known for its Annual Winter Conference, which is a spiritual meeting of minds and hearts that brings people of all kinds together. Now this year, the church’s inaugural Kids Conference will also involve young people in this divine celebration. Both of these large-scale free events are scheduled for February 22-24 at Great Life Church, located at 14494 Cortez Blvd. “We are running our Annual Winter Conference, as well as our first Annual Kids Conference running alongside one another!” said Grace Flynn, Little Life director of Great Life Church. Both conferences are free and open to everyone. Register for free online at www.greatlifechurch.com/WC23.

“If you have been asking the Lord for ‘more,’ for ‘direction,’ for ‘vision,’ for ‘revival,’ then this is where you need to be for three days of powerful prophetic proclamation and preaching that will transform this nation.” read a post listed on the church Facebook page

The Annual Winter Conference has become a long-established tradition at Great Life Church. “Year after year since 2018 GLC has run a Winter Conference for our community and beyond!” said Flynn. “We love to honor and host both local, national, and international Pastors, leaders, and ministry staff at our Winter Conference.”

Flynn characterizes the event as a joyous and revitalizing happening. “The Winter Conference is a time of refreshing and re-firing to fan the flame of the passion we all have for the work of God,” said Flynn.

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The conference is a place of honor for those spiritual leaders who touch lives every day. This year’s conference features Tudor Bismark, Samuel Rodriguez, Rod Parsley, Great Life’s own Pastor Stephen and Ellen Bilsborough, Tony Suarez, Rich Wilkerson and Brandon Bilsborough. “We have run the Winter Conference since 2018 as a time to hear from faith-filled preachers from around the country, powerful music and praise, and a set apart time for us to encounter the presence of God,” said Flynn.

This year, in a fresh new twist on the conference theme, children will enjoy their own variety of spiritual celebration. “This year, instead of exclusively providing childcare for these services we have decided to create a similar experience for children from Pre-K to fifth grade,” said Flynn. “We have created an exciting and age appropriate experience for children to encounter God in a fresh way and have lots of fun in the process!”

This conference is intended to provide the younger set with their own spiritual awakening. Flynn shared, “Kids will have a place to be kids in a safe and fun environment, but more than that- Kids will be forever changed by the truth of God’s Word! Kids will grow in their relationship with God and through that will grow in Biblical life skills such as responsibility, integrity, and servant leadership. Young people have something very special and we believe many people will be blessed.”

They will surely have fun! Flynn stated, “We are sourcing out dinosaur themed attractions and for three days will hold a free Kids event similar to the summer camp we hold each year.”

Both events will follow this timeline:
Session 1 – Wednesday night 7 pm 2/22/2023
Session 2 – Thursday morning 10 am 2/23/2023
Session 3 – Thursday afternoon 2 pm 2/23/2023
Session 4 – Thursday night 7 pm 2/23/2023
Session 5 – Friday morning 10 am 2/24/2023
Session 6 – Friday afternoon 2 pm 2/24/2023
Session 7 – Friday night 7 pm 2/24/2023

“We believe that there is no age limit for God to begin to move in your life,” said Flynn, “and we are excited to see many lives touched through both the Annual Winter Conference and the first Annual Kids Conference 2023.” For more information, call Great Life Church at (352) 293-7673.

Megan Hussey
Megan Hussey
Megan Hussey is a features journalist and author who is the winner of Florida Press Association honors and a certificate of appreciation from LINCS (Family Support Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention Task Force) and Sunrise Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center for her newspaper coverage of these issues. She graduated cum laude from Ball State University in Muncie, Ind., with a journalism major and English/sociology minor, and previously wrote for publications that include the Pasco editions of The Tampa Tribune and Tampa Bay Times. A native of Indiana, she lives in Florida.
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