36750 US Highway 19 North
Palm Harbor, Florida 34683
Operation Train Up a Woman (OTUAW) explores the critical need for discipleship in women's ministry. This two-day conference is a spiritual boot camp designed to equip and recalibrate women towards the biblical model of discipleship. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to take up the mantle of discipleship and become laborers with Christ. OTUAW is a vehicle for raising up laborers, helping women in local churches take ownership of the mandate to make disciples by reacquainting them with the challenge of the Great Commission. The conference will help equip women to better lead in their churches and communities as they gain vision for generational discipleship through a greater understanding of the Kingdom of God and move their ministries beyond learning environments to spiritual training camps. #otuaw19
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Susie Walther is the founder of The Well Bible Study and Training Ministry, Inc., a discipleship-centric community and training ministry for women. She shares the Word of God passionately through her leadership, writing, Bible study teaching, mentoring of women, and speaking at conferences with her no-holds-barred style, encouraging and challenging women in their walk with God. Susie believes every woman really matters, and if each woman would embrace the whole Gospel of the Kingdom of God and allow it preeminence in her life, she would become the difference that's needed in her marriage, children, church and world. Susie became a follower of Jesus while stationed in Germany with the U.S. Army in her twenties and currently lives in Tampa, Florida. She is the wife of Bob Walther and has two adult daughters.
OTUAW 2019 TBA.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- Who should attend this conference?
- Can I bring my nursing baby or other children to the conference?
- Do I have to have a roommate?
- What is included in my registration fee?
- Can I cancel my registration for the conference?
- Is there an option not to pay for meals?
- What should I bring to the conference?
- What time can I check in?
- I’d like to come but I can’t pay all at once. What can I do?
- How can I provide a partial scholarship to help a woman in need attend the conference?
Any woman interested in obeying Christ's mandate to make disciples.
No. This conference is designed for women age 17 and older only.
Yes. A single room option is NOT available for this conference. The rooms accommodate 2 occupants, and the conference fee is per person, not per room. We encourage you to register after you have selected your roommate. Make sure the woman you select as your roommate also lists you as her roommate on her registration. If you have no roommate preference, one will be chosen for you.
In addition to the conference content, the registration fee covers a 1 night/2 day stay at Innisbrook Resort and Spa, 2 catered lunches and 1 continental breakfast. Your ticket price also includes the following: free parking and shuttle service throughout the resort, 15% discount on spa services at Salamander Spa, free Wi-Fi, and complimentary access to six (6) pools, fitness center, nature walk, beach volleyball, mini golf and shuffleboard. The executive suites are equipped with a mini-fridge, 1/2 stove, coffee maker, microwave, flat screen TV, complimentary toiletries, iHome radio alarm, iron/ironing board and hair dryer. Click here to find out more about our venue.
Yes, but ALL REGISTRATIONS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE and your payment will be considered a tax-deductible donation.
No. The conference fee includes lunch on Friday and breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Breakfast Friday and evening meals are on your own.
We suggest comfortable clothing, a Bible, walking shoes, swimsuit and a favorite game. You are welcome to bring your own coffee, creamers and snacks.
Conference check-in will begin at 8am Friday. Hotel check-in will begin at 3pm.
Please contact Emily Henderson to discuss payment options. Please note: ALL PAYMENTS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
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