BELONG TOUR 2017 HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES REGARDING THE ACTUAL DATE OF THE EVENT.
Like most women, you crave an authentic life full of passion and meaning. But sometimes life can be hard . . . and the BELONG Tour gets that. It’s so easy to feel exhausted, overwhelmed, and underappreciated. You feel you have to pretend everything is OK . . . that you can handle it all on your own. But you don’t have to.
The BELONG Tour is a two-day Christian event for all women where you can feel safe and inspired in your life.
Experience a weekend of stories, laughter, music and inspiration to help you live a vibrant, honest, meaningful life.
Featuring Deidra Riggs, Jen Hatmaker, Melinda Doolittle, Nichole Nordeman & Shauna Niequist and musical guests.
“These women are amazing!” says BELONG Tour speaker and New York Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist. “They’re brave and creative and gutsy. They’re building interesting lives, communities, churches, and neighborhoods. I’ve never been more hopeful for and more impressed with women than the weeks I’ve spent [at BELONG] connecting with them in his way.”
“We know how hard life is; we know how busy life is,” says Jen Hatmaker, HGTV celeb whose latest book, For the Love, topped the New York Times bestseller list. “Every single one of us on the BELONG tour stage identifies with that. We live that life. What we are going to provide to women this fall is a beautiful faith community where women will feel safe and inspired. We care about the whole woman—her mind, her body, her soul, and her spirit. We want her to experience vibrancy and honesty—all the same things we do.”
The 2016 inaugural BELONG tour season gathered fun-loving storytellers and artists in arenas across the country and online, helping more than 100,000 women live more vibrant lives. Stephanie Purcell, who attended an event in Lincoln, Nebraska said: “They changed my view on life and inspired me to chase my dreams.”
“They emphasized that everybody belongs,” said Faitth Brooks from Austin, Tex. “Even a young person like me can find safety here and connect with other women.”
“There is this tendency for us as women to move through life faking it,” said award-winning recording artist Nichole Nordeman, whose “Slow Down” video has had more than 21 million views. “We believe that God made women smart and capable and above all else – God did not make us to do life alone. When you come to BELONG, you can expect to feel like you are part of a family. To experience something that is real and authentic and welcoming…alongside other women who want to live life with deep intention and
Please not, speakers ar subject to change.