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God's Unbreakable

Word Faith Promises Love Joy

Deaf Women Conference 2022 is a two-day virtual event on April 22 and 23. Together, we will dive into the theme of God’s unbreakable promises to us.

As we learn from God’s Word about His unbreakable love, faith, joy and hope we don’t want you to experience this journey alone. Join the DCW2022 conference today by registering below, and watch it with your friends or family, either online or in person.


Renca Dunn

Tanya Polstra

Belinda McCleese

Sheila Hall-Price

Mandi Dye

Michelle Reyes

Christie Hoeksema

Emily Franklin

Micah Willis

Deaf Harbor


Friday 6:30pm-9:00pm CST
Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm CST

April 22

6:30pm CST
Conference Begins
6:50pm CST
Unbreakable Word
Tanya Polstra
7:55pm CST
Unbreakable Faith
Mandi Dye
8:35pm CST
Live Panel Discussion
With Gaby Duke, Elizabeth Ogunbodede, and Emily Burke
9:00pm CST
Conference Closes

April 23

10:00am CST
Welcome Back!
10:20am CST
Unbreakable Promise
Belinda McCleese
11:20am CST
Unbreakable Joy
Renca Dunn
12:00pm CST
1:30pm CST
Conference Resume
1:40pm CST
Panel Discussion
With Gaby Duke, Mandi Dye, Renca Dunn, and Sheila Price-Hall
2:50pm CST
Unbreakable Love
Sheila Price-Hall
3:30pm CST
Conference ends


  • Where will the conference be?

    The conference will be online this year! We have a lot of fun things planned and can’t wait to worship and learn with each of you virtually!

  • I can't watch it live. Will I be able to rewatch it at a later time?

    Yes. We know that making yourself available at a specific time can be a challenge. All sessions will be uploaded to our website after the conference. Once it is uploaded, you can binge watch the sessions like it’s your favorite Netflix series. Or you can spread it out over the week. The good news is you’ll have unlimited access. We strongly encourage you to gather with some friends and go through it together.

  • Is there a cost to be a part of the conference?

    ​Yes. Admission to the Deaf Women Conference is $15. There is an option to purchase a swag bag for an additional fee. We will also be accepting donations to help cover the event costs.

  • Why is there a cost increase this year?

    In order to compensate our presenters and interpreters, and to ensure a quality virtual experience, we need to charge a small fee for the conference. We’ve got some exciting things planned this year and we think $15 is a tremendous value for all you will receive!

  • Can I interact with other women who are attending the conference?

    Yes! One of the highlights of the conference is quality time with the other attendees. You’ll have opportunities this year to see if there are churches or ministries near you that are hosting the event. Our goal is to equip you to connect with new friends and reconnect with those who you may already know well!

    Following each session, we encourage you and your friends to work through the discussion questions provided. Unlike last year, we will provide more time in between sessions for group discussion. Our hope is that each session will lead you to a deeper relationship with the Lord and into a deeper community with other women.

  • Do you know the topics/themes of the different sessions?

    Yes!! Get ready to dive into God’s word with us as we learn about His unbreakable Word, promises, love, joy, and faithfulness to us. We will be encouraged and reminded of the hope we have because of Christ.

  • What do I need to participate in this live conference?

    Wifi and an electronic device are the only things you need to access the live videos. However, we highly recommend having your Bible (or a Bible app), a journal with a pen, and friends to watch this with you. You will want to take notes as we deep dive into the unbreakable promises of God. If you don’t have anyone to watch it with you, there are a couple options.

    • Join a local church or ministies that may be hosting near you!
    • Host one with your friends and family in person.
    • Host one with your friend and family viturally (zoom, skype, google hangout, etc)
  • Where do I get the workbook and/or host guidebook?

    You will be able to access the host guidebook online on the Deaf Millennial Project website the week of April 4th. This resources will help you to successfully host groups of women in your home. In place of a workbook this year, questions will be posted on the screen after each presentation. These will guide you to dig deeper after each session throughout the weekend of the conference with the ladies you gather with online or in person.

  • What if I can't meet with friends to watch and discuss together?

    We know that COVID has made life challenging when it comes to gathering together. Some states allow groups to gather, while others don’t. We strongly encourage fellowship with other women during this conference either in person (if it’s safe) or virtually.

    If you do decide to meet in person, please follow your state’s regulations on social distancing, use of masks, etc. You can also visit our page dedicated to ideas on how to gather safely under COVID restrictions.

    If you can’t meet with friends in person, we encourage you to set up your own Zoom, Skype, Facetime, or use another preferred platform to engage with your friends during the conference. You’ll want to discuss each session afterward with each other. We thank God for the ability to meet virtually!

  • When will I get the link access to the conference?

    ​You’ll receive an email the day of (April 22) the conference providing you access to a private platform for the livestream. We ask that you do not share that link. If a friend hasn’t registered, we ask you to encourage them to do so!

  • Who are the speakers?

    ​You can find a list of presenters on the Deaf Millennial Project website under DWC. We are certain that you will be just as excited as we are about the line-up!

  • Have a question but don’t see it here?

    Please send us an email

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