North Coast Women’s Conference

Refresh, Rely, Repeat

Join the women of North Coast Church for a two-day event hosted at the Vista Campus.  The conference will dig into the theme of learning to trust God with all aspects of our life. The event will kick off Friday evening with worship, prayer and a couple short devotionals from our conference speaker, Megan Fate Marshman. We will come together again Saturday to enjoy breakout sessions of your choice, more from our conference speaker, worship and lunch.

Megan Fate Marshman
Conference Speaker

Disciple, Wife, Mom, Hope Sharer, Joy Spreader, Proclaimer of Christ

As an international speaker at churches, conferences and university chapels, Megan Fate Marshman is a leading voice to this generation. She has devoted her life to loving God and overflowing His awesome love to others.

Megan is currently a teaching pastor at Willow Creek Community Church and the Director of Women’s Ministries at Hume Lake Christian Camps. She also shepherds women at her home church, Arbor Road. She also enjoys adventuring all over the globe with her family speaking and sharing the love of Jesus.
She authored the books “Meant for Good” and “SelfLess,” and co-wrote the book, “7 Family Ministry Essentials,” with Dr. Michelle Anthony. Megan also served as the Director of Student Resources for David C Cook Publishers, where she led a team in creating TruIdentity, a spiritually forming, Christ centered, and family empowered youth ministry curriculum.

Megan lives in Lakewood, California, with her husband Randy, and their two boys.

Friday, March 26, 6:30pm – 9pm (registration opens at 6pm)
Saturday, March 27, 9am – 3pm (registration opens at 8:30am)

North Coast Church, Vista Campus, Outdoors in Plaza
2405 North Santa Fe Ave, Vista, 92084

COST: $50/person (Saturday lunch included)

Conference Schedule: 

Friday Evening, 6:30pm – 9pm    

  • 6:30pm: Worship
  • 7pm: Devotion from Megan Fate Marshman
  • 7:30pm: Worship & Prayer

Saturday, 9am – 3pm 

  • 8:30am: Continental breakfast served
  • 9am: Worship
  • 9:30am: Main Session
  • 10:15am: Break Out Session #1
  • 11:15am: Lunch served
  • 12:15pm: Break Out Session #2
  • 1:30pm: Main Session
  • 2:15pm-3pm: Worship & Closing Session


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There will be two breakout sessions, one in the morning before lunch and one directly after lunch.  Choose a morning session and an afternoon session when you register.  Don’t worry! All nine breakout sessions are available to choose from in the morning and the afternoon.  Space is limited in some of the sessions.

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Speaker: Ferly Tangonan, North Coast Training Marketing Coordinator

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