Jada Edwards is an experienced speaker, Bible teacher, and mentor. Jada has committed her life to equip women of all ages, regardless of marital status, with practical, biblical truth to help them live more genuine lives.
Jada currently serves as the Creative Services Director for One where she seeks to serve the evolving communities of Collin County through creative expression and cultural relevance.
She served in various directional capacities within the youth and singles ministries at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, a church with over 1,000 youth and 3,000 singles.
Jada holds a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Organizational Strategy and has experience in improving organizations through process improvement and technological initiatives. She works in new business development, partner relations and marketing for Caribbean Choice for Christ, a U.S. based nonprofit leadership organization, founded by her husband, Conway. Their ministry focuses on developing and equipping Christian leaders throughout the United States and Jamaica.
Jada and her husband, Conway, are proud parents of a son, Joah, and a daughter, Chloe.
Chrystal is an energetic, life-loving “girl-next-door” who loves encouraging others to fulfill their potential in Christ. With humor and vulnerability, Chrystal tells it like it is but does so with grace, integrity, and love.
She is the best-selling author of She’s Still There and Kingdom Woman. You can find Chrystal regularly sharing encouragement via podcasts and blogs, where she poignantly reflects on faith and speaks with frank honesty and practical wisdom about experiences that affect women every day. Chrystal firmly believes God’s promise in Jeremiah 29:11, “I know the plans that I have for you…” and she desires to help other women believe and apply that truth to their lives. You can find Chrystal sharing chronicles of her journey at ChrystalEvansHurst.com.
Nicole is the CEO and Founder of Iridescent (iridescentwomen.com), an online community of young women committed to awakening the brilliance within each other one real conversation and true contribution at a time. She is also a part of the Teaching Team at Liberty Church. She lives in Manhattan with the love of her life, her husband, Ben, and spends a good chunk of her time on airplanes, traveling the world speaking at various conferences and events. Driven to see women maximize their potential, she is also a mentor, author, and blogger, and is frequently pounding away at her laptop creating content to inspire and empower others to live boldly and compassionately. She enjoys quality time with friends and family, getting lost in a good book, being active and exploring, and Netflix binging. To learn more, check out and iridescentwomen.com.
Rachel Joy is the Founder and Director of the Sparrow Conference, a catalytic gathering in Dallas, Texas connecting women to God and His heart for racial reconciliation. Sparrow exists to catalyze the next generation of reconcilers through the annual conference, Sparrow Resources, Sparrow Lead, and will soon pursue justice and mercy with the launch of The Sparrow Center. Rachel has lead and taught Bible Studies for almost 20 years. She is married to Trevor, a pastor at The Village Church, and they live in Highland Village, Texas with their four children. Her days are spent pursuing more of Jesus with her family and church community. She can be found with a large cup of coffee- juggling the joy of raising four children, church life, and Sparrow life- all while trying to channel her inner Joanna Gaines (who doesn't) and always looking for a reason to dance in the kitchen!
Elizabeth is a passionate Bible teacher whose deepest desire is to know Christ and to make Him known! Engaging both the heart and mind, she loves to teach the truth of Scripture, empowering believers to experience abundant life with Jesus. Whether it’s over a cup of coffee or a few of scoops of ice cream, she loves to disciple women. She believes in keepin’ it real as she strives to encourage them to be mighty women of God! On most days, you can find her hanging out at The Village Church, where she has the joy to work as an Associate Minister in their Institute.
Elizabeth is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary with a Masters in Christian Education and formerly served as the Single Life Ministry Coordinator at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship under the leadership of Senior Pastor, Dr. Tony Evans.
Debbie Stuart is a wife, mother, and grandmother with over 25 years of experience in ministering and leading women. She’s currently the Director of Ministry Initiatives for Hope for the Heart and Women’s Ministry Consultant and Trainer for LifeWay Christian Resources where she’s been since 1991. Debbie has a heart for the incarcerated and currently serves with the Exodus Ministry for women coming out of incarceration. She’s an accomplished author, Bible Study Fellowship Leader and Member of Association of Women’s Ministry Professionals. Debbie has received special honors such as the “2015 Woman of the Word” award presented by Salem Communications and the “2011 Shining Star” award presented to Outstanding Women in Leadership who faithfully invest in the lives of women.
When Debbie received her call to ministry, God had confirmed and established His call on her life through His Word and His personal promise to her in II Cor. 10-12. The Lord had ignited a passion in her heart for Biblical literacy, practical application of Biblical principles and effective ministry to women, including those incarcerated. It is her utmost desire to motivate women toward a deeper and more meaningful relationship with the One who loves them most. She is devoted to equipping women for leadership under the guidelines of God’s Word and is convinced that finding, believing and pursuing God’s plan and purpose for our lives at all costs, is worth any sacrifice…and she plans to proclaim it.