Alumna Helps Women Find Their Voice

The King’s University is partnering with TKU alumna, Amie Stockstill, to host an Echo One Day event on Saturday, October 20. Echo One Day is a gathering focused on empowering women to fulfill their destiny through finding their unique voice. Activities include practical teaching, fun activations, instant application, and hands-on coaching.

TKU has partnered with Stockstill in underwriting the event in order to keep the cost affordable for TKU students. This event will take place on The King’s University main campus in Southlake, Texas, and is also open to the public. Registration is $25 per person and includes breakfast, lunch, and after-party snacks.

Stockstill, who graduated from TKU in 2017 with a Master of Practical Theology, believes that every woman has the ability to speak God’s truth and desires to empower them to connect their faith in God to their own unique voice. “When this day is over, you will have the training you need to communicate the Gospel through your personal story. You will gain the confidence you long for and be able to speak for God no matter your ultimate calling.”

Another 2017 graduate, Emma Schneider, is a member of the Echo team and will be a speaker at the conference. Worship will be led by special guest Phil King from Gateway Church and current TKU worship students.

“The King’s University is filled with young women who feel a call of God on their lives. We want to provide opportunities to equip them to do this with excellence,” said Julie Cole, director of campus life at The King’s. “That’s why we are so excited to have the Echo One Day conference at TKU this semester. The fact that the leader and speakers for the conference are TKU alumni, is the icing on the cake!”

“TKU was the perfect partnership because they truly care about the women of their campus being developed,” shared Stockstill. “The staff has gone above and beyond to make sure students receive an amazing event at an affordable price.”

Additional event details and registration are available for both TKU students and the community at letsecho.co.

 

Posted September 28, 2018