Teen Girls Conference and Fashion Show in Olathe

Whole Heart Girls Conference and Fashion Show The second annual Whole Heart Girls Conference and Fashion Show is being held on March 29, 2014 from 9:00am-5:00pm. Doors open at 8:00am for registration and meet and a greet time. This community event is open to all young ladies in 6-12th grade.

The event will include: British-American sister duo, The Sunflowerz Catered lunch for no additional cost Fashion show Classes on finding your identity, real beauty and social media

The cost is only $5. Each girl that attends will receive a free devotional called Made to Shine, by The Sunflowerz.

Registration is on line at Olathechristian,org/wholeheart The event will be held at: Olathe Christian Church, 1115 S. Ridgeview Rd., Olathe, Kansas 66062

Our middle and high school girls are inundated with pressure to be something they were never designed to be. Our bodies, minds, and hearts are designed to be beautiful manifestations of our Creator, but often times we give up our hope for something less than what we were designed to be. We often give away our hearts completely, or we break off pieces of it to the idols of popularity, fashion, or acceptance. This event is intended to uplift, encourage and teach as we to restore our "whole heart". We want to help our teenage girls imagine a future where they are restored and made new again. 

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