Kaleidoscope Womens Conference 2022
Friday 2 - Saturday 3 September
We’re excited to host our Kaleidoscope conference again this year!
at Cornerstone Church Bedfordview
Benard Rd East, Morninghill
Click here for a map
Includes sessions on both days, snacks, tea, coffee and Saturday lunch
Dress Code: White
6:00pm: Registration and drinks
7:00pm: Session starts
Tea, coffee & snacks will be served
8:00am: Registration and drinks
9:00am – 3:00pm: Multiple sessions
Tea, coffee, snacks & a lunch of finger food will be served
Our Guest Speakers
Lindah is an author, teacher, life coach and conference speaker who is passionate about equipping women to live from a place of wholeness and purpose that flows from a revelation that they are loved. Her heart is that this would spill over into every facet of their lives. Her passion for God, her family and people is contagious and she has inspired and equipped the lives of women within many levels of society. She has authored and produced various video seminars and books together with her husband that have impacted and changed the lives of individuals, families and communities around the world.
As a team, Lindah and her husband Drummond founded and direct Family Transformation International, a non profit organisation committed to the restoration and equipping of the family which they believe is the building block of a healthy society. Thus, ‘Building families – changing nations’ is their vision statement.
Their heart is to equip leaders and see thousands of lives, marriages and families transformed in nations around the world. They have been married for 51 years and are blessed with 3 children and 10 grandchildren.
Pastor Phindi Mathebula
Pastor Phindi Mathebula is a Co-Lead Pastor of Hope Restoration Ministries (HRM). A contemporary church with seven campuses across Gauteng, with the main campus in Chloorkop, Kempton Park situated in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The ministry crosses boundaries of geography, ethnicity, race, gender, class, and denomination; with the aim of bringing out the untapped potential inside individuals and encouraging them to live their full potential as ordained by God.
Her latest book is titled “Dealing with Grief and Loss”
Pastor Phindi is married to Chris Mathebula and are blessed with five children; two girls and three boys.
Registration income goes to paying for food, rightly blessing the visiting preachers, celebration and sponsorship costs.
Why one price for both days?
It’s one theme starting Friday, ending Saturday. Don’t miss the beginning or the end of the story.
Why no pensioners or student prices this year?
We’ve decided to discount the ticket prices as much as possible for everyone.
When does registration close?
Midnight on Sunday, 28 August. After that you can pay at the door on the day.
How do I get a personal printed name tag on the day?
Register before midnight on Sunday, 28 August.
Why does online registration close a few days before the event starts?
So we can print your personal name tag.
What if I can’t pay the full price?
We’re covering costs, not making money, so we’ve announced it early so that there is time to save. We don’t want anyone not coming because of money. If the cost is still a hurdle please speak to your leaders.
Is there any other way I can help?
Why not donate towards someone else’s ticket?