With special guest speakers Melanie Meadow and Lois Wells
Harvestime Church is excited to announce the upcoming women’s conference “Meadow to Wells” inspired by Deuteronomy 32:2. On April 22nd, women from across all Harvestime Campuses will gather at HTC Eau Claire to experience the transformative power of God’s love.
“Meadow to Wells” is a reminder of the incredible revivals of the past that God has done in this country. Melanie and Lois will be speaking about these past moves of God and we will seek Him for another—God, do it again in our day!
As we are sent forth to reflect His love and beauty in this world, we will be empowered to make a positive impact on those around us. This conference promises to be a time of encouragement, inspiration, and spiritual growth for women of all walks of life. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to connect with other women and draw closer to God.
Meet Our Guest Speakers
Melanie Meadow says, as an author, she is a seeker of story, of the narratives of lives, of history, of God’s place in it and through us all. As a teacher, it’s her desire to impart the importance of story and writing into her students – even to those who might initially perceive English classes as “boring.”
Melanie is the author of the books They Roared Like Lions, The Waking Up, and Colorblind. Her work looks at what happened during the 2nd Great Awakening in America and put it into historical fiction form.
Her college degrees – a Bachelor’s in English from Clemson University and a Master’s in mass communication from the University of South Carolina – led to a career in newspaper and magazine journalism, and then public relations on the collegiate level. She taught Journalism at a Tennessee public college and, more recently, freshman English at Bryan College.
She dropped her career to homeschool her two sons! In the past nine years, she has been the Academic Writing and Intro to Literature tutor at Francis Schaeffer Study Center, a homeschool tutorial in Mount Juliet, TN.
Melanie lives in middle Tennessee where the rich spiritual history of the place influenced her personal writing and led to the publication of several books – both fiction and historical fiction. She is a pastor’s wife and longs to see students fulfill their potential, both academically and spiritually. Having met the Lord Jesus as a child, her current goal is to know and love Jesus more each day.
Lois C. Wells grew to young adulthood on a farm in southern Nebraska during the depression and dust-bowl years. She was fortunate to be able to attend college.
Lois met her husband, Edward, at a music camp when they were both sixteen and married six years later. She taught vocal music in Nebraska’s public schools for four years then became a stay-at-home mom to her three sons, David, Stephen and Barry. Lois has nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Passionate about history, Lois visited all of the United States’ National Parks and traveled throughout Central and South America, Mexico, Europe and Israel. She and Ed celebrated their 25th anniversary with a ten day raft trip on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.
Lois says that she is a “friend of God” and that intimacy with our Creator enriches our life’s journey. She desires for all people to know that He listens and communicates with His children.
Date: Saturday, April 22nd from 8am-4pm
Cost: $20 ($25 the day of)
Location: Harvestime Church – Eau Claire
3625 Southwind Drive, Eau Claire, WI 54701
Phone: (715) 834-4011
Email: [email protected]