There are moments in life that are so special that all you can do is smile at God’s goodness. The 2015 National TLSM Single Moms Conference held in Baton Rouge on June 19-20 was no exception. From the moment that single moms began to walk onto the property, it was evident in every move that God’s presence was in the place, His love radiated through volunteers, and His grace was felt by every single mom.
Single moms mingled at vendor booths, gathering information on resources available to them or job opportunities. They laughed together and cried together. They were prayed with and for by countless volunteers.
The speakers, the breakout sessions, the food, the Cajun After-party, and most of all….the tangible presence of God that was felt by every mom in attendance was worth all the planning and preparation over the last few months.
Many of you have asked how you can get a DVD of the event. We have those on sale for pre-order right now in the TLSM Store for only $15.00. This is your chance to bring the conference home to friends and other single moms who may want to relive the weekend or experience it for the first time! You can get those DVDs HERE.
We also wanted to bring you some of the images of what God did during the conference:
The Life of a Single Mom (TLSM) is a 501c3 nonprofit that exists to serve single parents and those who work with single parents. We are fully accredited through a variety of organizations that include high levels of financial accountability and awards for our premiere financial stewardship, including GuideStar, Evangelical Council of Financial Accountability, Great Nonprofits, Chamber of Commerce, LANO, and others.
The Life of a Single Mom is a national organization headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana that focuses on seeing no single mom walk alone. The organization serves more than 50,000 single mothers annually from around the United States and more than 2,000 in Greater Baton Rouge through their support group network, outreach event, educational classes, online communities, and more. For more information, visit www.thelifeofasinglemom.com