Liveword Vancouver Women’s Conference is organized by a group of interdenominational Bible-believing women. We share the conviction that the Bible is the living word of God, indeed that “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” (2 Timothy 3:16)
Our vision for Liveword Vancouver is to equip women to study God's Word, so that they may grow to maturity in Christ. Our hope is that those who come to the conference will be challenged to read the Bible in a way that encourages deep engagement with God’s word.
In our fast-paced, fast food, instant messaging, results-oriented society, we can lose our sense of significance and purpose as God’s children. The remedy is found in approaching His Word with humility and intention. God desires that His Word be a rich, nourishing meal that sustains us, not just a quick bite!
You are invited each year to enjoy and savour a rich meal with us.
What to Expect
If you attend a Liveword Conference, you can expect to be fed and taught…fed not just physically, but spiritually from God’s word.
- To learn some skills that help you handle scripture faithfully.
- To hear the word of God taught.
- To work together with other women to draw out the implications of the text.
- To worship and praise Him in song and prayer.
What happens when the Bible is faithfully taught and read? We come to know and worship our God more deeply.
Stacey Gleddiesmith will lead us in worship music. Stacey grew up on a farm in central Alberta, and has been leading worship for over 20 years in a variety of contexts. She has a Master of Divinity degree from Regent College with a concentration in Christianity and the Arts. While at Regent, Stacey met and married Andrew, and they church-planted together in rural Alberta for three years before they returned to BC for Stacey to take her dream job as the Director of the Worship Arts program at Columbia Bible College, where she currently teaches in the areas of biblical theology, pastoral leadership, and arts and theology.