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  • Oakville, Ontario
  • May 25-26, 2018
  • 4 Speaker
  • Sold Out

Radiant Conference 2018

Sometimes we hear the Bible’s story summarized as: creation – fall – redemption – restoration. But the future for all who are joined to Christ will not merely be a restoration to the goodness of Eden. This story has always been headed toward consummation, toward glory! We will have a better forever bridegroom than Eve had. We will enjoy a more secure environment. We will bear God’s image more gloriously.

Throughout this year’s Radiant Conference Nancy Guthrie will share with us the story from “without form and void” to “Christ with his bride – the Church” and everything in between of God’s loving pursuit of His runaway bride.

RADIANT is a conference designed to encourage women to live brilliantly in the soul-satisfying sufficiency of Jesus Christ in all areas of life.

Previous events: 2017 / 2016 / 2015


"Those who look to him are radiant, and their faces shall never be ashamed." Psalm 34:5

Main Session Speaker

Nancy Guthrie

Nancy Guthrie

Nancy teaches the Bible at her home church and at conferences around the country and internationally. She has written many books and study series and hosts “Teaching the Bible” where she talks to some of the best Bible teachers and preachers of our day in hopes of equipping Sunday school teachers, small group leaders, youth leaders, children’s leaders, men’s and women’s Bible study teachers—anyone who seeks to open up the Bible and teach—to rightly, effectively, and creatively teach through specific books of the Bible. Nancy is a regular contributor to the Gospel Coalition and speaker at their conferences. 

Nancy is married to her husband David, mom to an adult son and lives in Nashville, Tennessee.  Nancy was our inaugural Radiant 2015 guest speaker and we are thrilled to welcome her back!  

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Main Session 1

Main Session 2

Main Session 3


Lina Abujamra – Still Waiting: What Every Christian Needs to Know

Jen Pollock Michel – Spiritual Habits of Busy People

Sexual Sin: Not Just a Guy Thing