OCTOBER 8, 2022
10AM-2PM

(Ticket price is $10. This includes your lunch!)

what is the "purple" conference?

Purple Conference is an opportunity for all people; men and women alike, to come together to hear stories of those who have been set free from domestic violence. Through this event, our hope is to bring awareness to domestic abuse and help remove any associated stigma, shame or fear that may be present in those who find themselves in DV situations, either as a victim or a perpetrator. Our goal to make Rowlett a proactive community, by offering education, community resources, and care for domestic violence survivors.

Mark your calendar to hear transformational testimonies from special guests who have overcome their abusers. This will be an opportunity for you to learn more about domestic abuse and find out how you can help. This event is free to the public and all (men and women) are welcome!

*This event is not suitable for children.*

SPECIAL GUESTS

JUNE HUNT

Author, Founder and CSO (Chief Servant Officer) of Hope for the Heart
June Hunt, M.A., is an author, singer, speaker and founder of Hope For The Heart, a worldwide biblical counseling ministry. Her lifework has yielded landmark contributions in the field of Christian counseling. Early family pain was the catalyst that shaped June’s compassionate heart. Later as a youth director, and then becoming a college/career director, she became aware of the need for sound biblical counsel. This led June to a lifelong commitment to provide God’s Truth for Today’s Problems.

DR. BROOKE JONES

Founder and CEO of Stronger Women
Brooke is a national and international speaker on topics of global oppression of women, domestic & gender based violence and human trafficking. Brooke is wife to Rick, mom of two young kids, and is a two-decade survivor of domestic violence and aggravated stalking. Brooke earned her Bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship, her Master’s degree in Education and in 2016 received an Honorary Doctorate degree in Theology to recognize her contribution and impact through the Stronger Women programs.
If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline (800)-799-7233 or view our community partners in the DFW metroplex.

purple 2021 community partners

selah creek

Ashley Potts
Selah Creek is a residential home for mothers facing unplanned pregnancies in Rockwall, TX.
http://www.selahcreek.org
ashley@selahcreek.org

new vine counseling

Courtney Jaeckie
Counseling services for domestic abuse victims.
https://newvinecounseling.com/
(323) 639-8463

families to freedom

Sarah Nejdl
FTF's mission is to transport victims of domestic abuse to safety.
https://www.familiestofreedom.org/
(972)-885-7020
DFW, North TX, East TX
(346)-386-6767 Houston, Upper Coastal Counties

Hope Ministries of Net

Judy Capps
"We exist to empower single mothers with children to break the cycle of poverty."
https://www.hopeministriesofnet.org/
(903)305-9098
info@hopeofnet.org

The genesis center

Providing safety, shelter, and hope to women and children in crisis.
Kaufman, TX
https://genesiscenter.org/
(972) 932-4351

Reed Richards

Co-Founder & CFO
"At LatterHouse, our desire is to assist the families in turning their new houses into real homes - We furnish and decorate these homes with donations from all over."
https://latterhousedecor.org/
(469)-906-9707
shalonda.waggoner@lhdecor.org

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