You're invited!

This year we are deep diving into the book of Philippians to uncover what it means to experience joy in your relationship with Christ! Come expecting thought-provoking, Jesus-centered keynotes and workshops, warm fellowship and amazing refreshments courtesy of  Gospel Coffee & Ice Cream!

This conference is for all women college-aged and up.
The coffee will be hot, the discussion encouraging, and we can't wait to see you there!

WHEN:  Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022 | 8:00am-4:00pm
WHERE:  NorthRidge Sabetha, 316 Lincoln St. Sabetha, KS 66534
COST: $30 regular ticket/$15 college student ticket

our schedule

8:00a Registration
9:00a Main Session #1
10:00a Workshop #1
11:00a Main Session #2
12:00p Lunch
1:00p Workshop #2
2:00p Workshop #3
3:00p Main Session #3
4:00p Conference Concludes

frequently asked questions

What is the heart behind WBC?

Women's Bible Conference exists to equip women college-aged and older to walk with God for a lifetime by teaching them to love His Word. WBC is a bible literacy conference that strives to be gospel-centered and Jesus-focused. We will study God's Word, worship Him in song, and experience the joy of Christian fellowship!

What if I want to attend the Midwest Market?

You can do both! We love supporting local small businesses and encourage those who wish to attend the Midwest Market to do so during our open lunch hour from 12:00-1:00PM. 

Are there scholarships available?

We will not turn away anyone who desires to attend WBC and cannot afford the ticket price. If you would like to be considered for a need-based scholarship please connect with us. 

Are there accommodations for food allergies or restrictions?

Yes! Please indicate on your registration form if you have any food allergies or restrictions and we will have a meal option prepared that is suited to your needs. We are only able to provide these accommodations with advance notice.

Is childcare provided at WBC?

Who should I contact with further questions?

Childcare will not be provided at WBC this year. If you are unable to attend because of childcare needs please connect with us.
Please reach out with any questions or concerns to our Conference Coordinator, Katie Musil. We are so looking forward to hosting you this November!

meet our speakers


Jenny Voos

Philippians 1 & 4

Randi Schmid

Philippians 2 & 3


Charles Musil

Rejoice Always: How the Gospel Changes Church Culture
We know the gospel message as the truth of Jesus Christ's work to save sinners. During our time we will explore how the gospel message also continually transforms your personal life--and why that is crucial for the life and culture of the church.
Philippians 4:4

Connie Joy

Intentionally loving people when they least deserve it.
Philippians 4:5

Kelsey Scism

Rebekah Hutchison

Fighting Anxiety with God’s Truth
“Do not be anxious about anything” can feel like an overwhelming task in a world full of so many reasons to worry. Being told not to be anxious doesn’t take the anxiety away. However, when we look at the Biblical reasons we have not to be anxious, we can fight our anxiety with God’s promises and faithfulness.
Philippians 4:6
The Power of Prayer
God’s gift of prayer helps us with anxiety and worry as he pours out his peace through our constant, intentional and thankful interactions with him.
Philippians 4:6-7

Sarah Morris

Wisdom’s Way
To become wise in a world clamoring for our attention, we must learn to
diligently pursue the God of all wisdom.

Philippians 4:8

Randi Schmid

Practice These Things: Teaching the Bible With Confidence
Teaching the Bible starts with a love of the Bible and a desire for others to read it and love it, too. From there, it’s about facing your fears, improving your skills, and following the Holy Spirit. In this session you will learn about challenges you may face, how to study the Bible, and get practical hands-on experience in crafting a talk.
Philippians 4:9


Megan Meadows