5 Reasons to Attend Faith.Hope.Love. Mom Conference

Are you still on the fence about attending 

Faith.Hope.Love. Mom Conference on November 7, in Atlanta? Early bird special ends today!

Here are 5 reasons that will inspire you to register today:

1. Our Speakers Are Moms and Caretakers Too
There’s something to be said about a good message, but there’s something to be remembered about a great message delivered by a person who has walked in your shoes. Our speakers are unlike any and getting them together in the same room for one day will be unmatched. From these women, you’ll learn things you can actually use and apply to your life.
2. It’s the Chance to Meet Like-minded Women.
There’s something about being in a room with like-minded people. And there’s something even more powerful about being in a room with moms, stepmoms, aunts, and caretakers. She knows what you’re going through because she has been there. She shares your concerns and uncertainties because she lived them too. Wonderful things happen when women get together in support of one another. There is an energy that is unlike no other.
3. Break Out Your Comfort Zone
It’s so easy to sit in the comfort of our homes and dispense “likes” or “shares” – which as we know social media is a powerful tool. But to live your life different, to live your life anew we have to try something different. There are many women who face the same challenges you face every day. Solidarity has a name, and it’s the women you'll meet at FHL Mom Conference.
Oh, and if you’re terrified of the idea of coming alone, see #5.  
4. Invest In Yourself 
As we go about our day, we see one another at work, in the grocery line, pumping gas, chauffeuring our kids to practice – and it’s beautiful. It’s a wonderfulness that will only last a short while. But while we are here, in this space to show up 110% for our families we must recharge, it’s that simple. Take a much-deserved break as we enter the hectic holiday season.
5. Bring a mom who deserves it! 
Take your neighbor or best friend or sister or co-worker by the hand and give her a day of renewal. You won’t regret it.


JayEll Alexander
JayEll Alexander


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