The You Got This Interfaith Women’s Conference surpassed all my expectations! If I had to sum the conference up in one word, that word would be UNIFYING. We may have walked into the event as women of different faiths, but we left as sisters striving for the greater good for our community, selves, and homes. I left with livelong friends, several of which I have seen and had contact since the conference. We cheer each other on as we valiantly serve in our communities and various churches. I feel as if I could turn to these sisters in a time of need or to bond together in community service. I hope that this becomes an annual event! Stephanie Ashcraft

There was something about being in a room full of women of multiple faiths that was just very inviting. I’m an introvert and try to avoid things like this if at all possible. I had a feeling I needed to be there that day. Hearing the stories of these women and seeing that I could relate to them and could rise from my ashes was absolutley inspiring. I think we as women tend to think the worst of ourselves and being in such an uplifting environment really makes you think. Why are we so hard on ourselves? We would never say such mean things to our friends but we don’t hesitate to say them to ourselves. This is a much needed retreat to really think about how we treat ourselves and that we shouldn’t be so hard on ourselves. Shauntae College

My experience of the You Got This Women Conference was literally lifechanging for me! I felt fully supported and GROUNDED which allowed answers to fill my heart and soul. I knew what to do next in my life on a deep level. I was empowered to make life changes and choose a new, healthier life trajectory. I will forever be grateful for this Conference! Teresa Aiello

Twenty-five years of residing in the State of Utah, and there have been many incidents involving my family, with separation and exclusion from many neighborhood activities and social events in the name God.
But on April 14, 2018, I was included, I actively engaged, and I experienced what I believed was way overdue. On this day a bridge was built, and I didn’t just watch, I participated. I participated in making history in Utah. I have attended many Christian conferences, and most were outside of the State. But the Interfaith Women’s meeting was not only necessary but the best conference that I have ever attended. The sea of women in religion, culture, age groups, the geographic outreach, the diversity was matchless.
The event was so successful that the request for another conference is in high demand.
And I will be in attendance. It was powerful. Toni Ragsdale

The you got this interfaith women’s conference was full of variety. A variety of women from different faiths, backgrounds and lifestyles and yet we were united as one.
The conference was entertaining, enlightning inspiring, motivating, transforming, and purposeful. I walked away with a greater intention to live life to the fullest for myself and those around me.
I’m so grateful to have been a part of something that is going to make a huge difference to strengthen women in all different walks of life. This is an inspired event that will strengthen community and break down barriers.
I can’t wait for the next one! Jackie Barron

This conference was life changing for me and came at a time when I absolutely needed the push to empowerment it gave me! I was reminded of my divine nature, my infinite potential and that we as women can do anything we set our minds to as long as we are willing to break through any barriers we’ve put up holding ourselves back! Through this conference I met some amazing women who are so inspiring, I was able to bring some friends who I know had life changing experiences as well and it was so fulfilling seeing them have their own personal break throughs and take aways!! Ashley McEvoy