Reviving the Beloved Within: A conference on emotional and relational healing from the inside out

The Conference


Two Days of Powerful Talks, Dynamic Music & Praise & Worship, Engaging Seminars and Real topics on real life

*Conference Location:

Friday, November 8th at 7:00 pm”
1319 Excelsior Street WS, NC 27101

Saturday, November 9th at 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
326 N Spring St, WS, NC 27101


Leadership Training & Empowerment
Saturday, November 9th at 5:00pm – 8:00 pm


Seminars Topics



  • “How hurt and unforgiveness affects our physical body & the importance of our body wellness”.

        Presented by Dr. Valda Ford.

  • “It’s okay to be dressed up and afraid/embarrassed to acknowledge I’m dealing with depression/mental          illness.”

       Presented by Kala Slade

  • “How life and un-forgiveness can affect us mentally.”

        Presented by Dr. Tracy Alton


Reviving the Beloved Within will address the following questions & topics:

“How do we act with authenticity on the inside and the outside, with ourselves and with others
even when they hurt us/we hurt ourselves?” As women and women leaders, we too still experience domestic violence, unhealthy mother-daughter relationships, betrayal, mental illness, depression and a longing to be loved married and have a family. All too often these topics are not addressed nor discussed and are at times considered “taboo”.

Reviving the Beloved Within will further address pertinent questions of vulnerability. How do we hold it together as we’re seeking the help we need ? And what is appropriate vulnerability in a society (home, work, church) where people hurt you over and over again and/or use your issue against you? ie. What does emotional wellness look like with ourselves (within) and others when we feel we have a constant need to protect ourselves. How can we learn to be authentic with others and not get hurt? Is it even possible? What are the appropriate boundaries? Can we trust God to restore us and those relationships which seem impossible to heal? “How does dealing with hurt affect us physically and mentally?”

​Whether you are single or married, long-time Christ-follower or just beginning your journey of faith, woman or man, this Conference is for you! Join in this empowering movement of healing with women and men from North Carolina, Georgia, California,  Toronto and Montreal, Canada in Winston-Salem, North Carolina for this momentous time of revival, healing and inner transformation.



Friday November 8th, 2019

6:30pm                  Welcome Reception & Registration Check-In

7:00pm                  Main Session: Worship, Speaker, Healing Prayer

9:00pm                  Dismissal – Departure for Hotels

Saturday November 9th, 2019

9:00am                   Breakfast

9:45am                   Gathering & Worship

10:00 am                 Open Forum Panel Part I: Taboo Topics among Leaders

11:00am                  Break

11:15 am                 Open Forum Panel Part II: Internal Effects of Unresolved Issues – Physically & Mentally

12:15pm                  Lunch (out )

1:30pm                   Seminars

3:30pm                   Closing Session

4:00pm                   Supper (in)

5:00pm                   Post -Conference Leadership Training & Empowerment Session

8:00pm                  Dismissal

The event is finished.


Nov 08 - 09 2019


6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

More Info

Read More
Read More


  • Tracy Alston
    Tracy Alston

    Tracy is a licensed professional counselor, a certified clinical trauma professional and she’s board certified in biofeedback and neurofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) who draws on her extensive training as well as her own athletic experience to help her clients.

    She is a member of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, the Southeast Biofeedback and Clinical Neuroscience Association, the International Association of Trauma Professionals, North Carolina Counselors and a member of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina.

    She is an adjunct professor of psychology at Mitchell Community College in Statesville, North Carolina and a freelance journalist for Feelin’ Good magazine. Alston has also trained with one of the leading researchers and pioneers in the field of neurofeedback.

QR Code
Don`t copy text!