Women come together to shine | Video

STRONG FORCE: Shine Conference.  Bailee Puls, 11, and Bianca Aylwin, 12, both of Tamworth, at the Shine conference at War Memorial Town Hall on Saturday.  Photo: Gareth Gardner 120817GG109
STRONG FORCE: Shine Conference. Bailee Puls, 11, and Bianca Aylwin, 12, both of Tamworth, at the Shine conference at War Memorial Town Hall on Saturday. Photo: Gareth Gardner 120817GG109

WOMEN of all ages and walks of life converged on Tamworth over the weekend for the seventh Shine Conference.

The two-day conference aimed to honour, value and champion women of all ages, backgrounds and stages of life. 

Hundreds of women from across the region packed out to the Tamworth War Memorial Town Hall for the conference, which kicked off Friday night and ran across three sessions on Saturday. 

The conference, which featured speakers and live entertainment, is based upon the belief that the best life that you can live is where your identity and purpose have been discovered and are grounded in Jesus Christ and what He has done for all of humanity. 

Shine Conference is all about being inclusive, embracing and liberating.

Now in it's 7th year, Shine seeks to proclaim "Your Kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth, here as in heaven". 

For more information about Shine Women’s Conference, visit www.shineconference.com.au.