Cara Currie-Hall is an international advocate for women. She’s fought for the rights of indigenous people for 30 years. The Bismarck woman’s current endeavor was inspired by God during a conversation with her husband, Ken Hall, and pastor Bob Grey Eagle.
“We said, ‘We’re people of faith. We need to do something…God is stirring,’” Cara recalls. “‘We needed to have a conversation right away about the condition of the country and the role of the Church. Where does it lead people and how can we participate as people of faith?’ Doing nothing was not an option.”
That conversation led to the creation of the Kingdom Business Conference for Pastors and Leadership which Cara helps organize. After the conference, Cara helped incorporate the Kingdom Business Fellowship.
“In everything we’re doing, we are leaders. You’re a mother — you’re raising the next generation. You’re a father, an educator; in all of our capacities, we’re all leading something. We wanted everybody to be part of this and we continuously invite everyone to be part of this,” Cara says.
The free event was live-streamed in 2018, and 50,000 people from 14 countries tuned in to watch and listen to the high-calibre speakers during the two-day event. Even more are expected this year.
“People will be transformed,” Cara says. “I met a woman recently who told me she attended the conference last year. She told me, ‘My life has never been the same since then.’ That makes me glad. That’s what is supposed to happen.”
The conference is April 14-16 at the Bismarck Event Center. Visit KingdomBusinessConference.com for details and registration.