Dr. Sandy Wilson is convinced that “God never wastes anything. As a result of my personal journey, the Lord placed a real desire in my heart to provide support and encouragement for other women. God directed me to lead annual conferences for women who have been betrayed: Betrayal Redeemed: A Journey From Hurt to Hope. At the conference we offer a keynote speaker as well as workshops on a variety of topics such as: forgiveness, boundaries, next steps, sex, courage, and many others.”
Betrayal Redeemed Conference!
A Journey from Hurt to Hope
Mountain Park Church
Lake Oswego, Oregon
Please click the brochure to the right to see full brochure.
Early Registration Fee: $70.00
KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Dr. Rose McPharlin
Rose McPharlin moved to Vancouver, WA almost 16 years ago. She is married and they have 2 grown sons. She teaches and provides care at an academic health care center. Her journey through recovery spans many years, states and churches. She will share the pain, confusion and frustration as well as the victories of her journey and God’s faithfulness to her and her family along the way.
WORSHIP LEADER – Nicole Wells
Songwriter and musician, Nicole Wells, ministers through her heart compelled by hope. She is the wife of a recovering sex addict. Since the re-lease of her CD “Restore”, Nicole more recently made a compilation of songs entitled “Sweet Champion” specifically for women that are walking a path similar to her own. Nicole’s music honestly portrays her journey laced with silent pain and despair but bursting with new found joy and trust in God. Nicole is a professional singer and songwriter as well as a piano and vocal instructor in her private studio in Sherwood, OR. The mother of 2 teenage sons, her family was reunited in 2009 following a long marital separation.
1. Disclosure/Getting to the Truth: Meg Wilson
2. Emotions of Recovery: Georgia Miller
3. Men’s Panel: Four men in various stages of recovery answer the questions you haven’t felt free to ask your husband. You will receive frank answers based on experience.
4. Boundaries: Safety not Punishment: Karen Bahnsen
5. Trust and Forgiveness: Nancy Laughland