ERASING THE SHOULDS AND EMBRACING THE GOOD OF WHO GOD CREATED YOU TO BE
A GATHERING FOR THE YOUNG ADULT WOMEN OF CHARLOTTE
January 25th - 26th, 2019 | Forest Hill - NoDa
behave is a 2-day event happening in the heart of Charlotte, NC. Specifically created with young adult women in mind, behave has one goal: to throw off the shame of the shoulds and embrace the freedom of God's good design for our lives.
In a world that casts expectations on women ranging from how they should dress to how they should date to how they should act in the workplace — we desire to see a generation of women rise up and "behave" the way God calls them to.
Our heart? It's to see His freedom seep into every aspect of our being, to see the abundance He has for each of us come to the forefront as we pursue His call and step into the good He has for us.
And the truth? Behaving doesn't always look like behaving. and more than that — behaving is anything but boring.
meet the speakers
Diana Carter founded Because I'm His, an online tribe dedicated to equip women in their Biblical identity, on the heels of a 10-month struggle with an anxiety and panic disorder. In 2018, she released her first book, Don't Just Deal: Going from Surviving to Thriving When Everything Changes.
She's originally from New York, but lives in Charlotte, NC with her smokin' hot husband, Tyler, their cute bear pup, Elliot, and their growing baby due May 2019!
Chanale Propst is a native Carolinian with a deep passion for writing words, creating spaces for women to grow & build community, and dancing to just about any song with a good beat.
She's the founder of Honest | Conversations a mentoring organization on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University.
You can usually find Chanale using a mechanical pencil to fill her journal pages, eating good food, or laughing really hard.
Maria Abarca was born in Costa Rica and at the age of seven migrated to the United States with her family. In the last 22 years of her life Maria has found freedom in the unknown as she has wrestled with the hardships of her immigration journey.
An iconoclast for her generation; Maria is passionate about bridging the divide between sacred and secular and reuniting the two with joy and passion. Fueled by her past she is now devoted to people and connecting them to purpose and divine love.