Alliance Church plans women’s conference

Alliance Church’s women’s conference is broadening its target audience to include teens this year.

Brenda Rincones said her church is hosting a one-day event on Oct. 27 from 8 a.m to 3 p.m. at the church, at 5825 34th St.

The event “God is Writing My Love Story” is more than a conference, Rincones said, but an encounter with God.

Love can be cheap, she said, but women and teen-aged girls are invited to the conference to discover God’s love, which can meet needs and positively impact all other relationships.

Admission of $25 per person will include a light breakfast at 8 a.m. and lunch. Tickets are available online at or by sending a check to Alliance Church, 5825 34th St., Lubbock, TX 79407.

Registration will be available at the door, where tickets will be sold for $35.

Special guests Daphne Delay of Seminole, Hipatia Medina of San Antonio, and local residents Evie Rivera, Graciela Valenzuela, Jesse Rincones and Brenda Rincones will be at the conference, which will include live worship.

Breakout sessions will be available in Spanish.

Brenda Rincones said Alliance Church has done a women’s conference every year, but this year, they wanted to make sure girls could come and hear the message.

Delay, Rincones said, “just has a great story. She has a really interesting story about how her life has turned around for the good.”

God is writing every woman’s love story, Rincones said. Some women may not even be looking to get married, she said, but the message is also about a woman’s relationship with God.

“I think that we all have a desire to love and be loved. This is more about a relationship with God, and that love story with God,” Rincones said. “The love story is just the way God has planned out our life.”

The conference was to feature Elaine Morris Fisher, a Dallas-area woman, but Fisher was unable to fulfill the obligation, Rincones said.

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