Broken & Beautiful

Women’s Conference with Guests Toni Collier and Hannah Barnett

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the depth of your pain, or the pain of those around you? Do you ever feel bogged down by your past and overwhelmed by what’s ahead? Do you ever feel like there’s an immense need for help, healing, and hope, but you’re stuck in the brokenness of right now? Join us for a powerful evening where we will be encouraged by a collection of women sharing stories of the surprising beauty that can come from brokenness. We will be inspired by stories, music, and teaching about hope in hopeless places, light in the darkness, purpose in our pain and triumph through loss.

This will be an amazing night of teaching, worship, togetherness and of course, dessert*.

(*Ticket includes dessert.)

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Friday, February 9th, 2024


6:00 pm - 9:30 pm


North County Christ the King Church

Get Directions Cost:

$49 Early Bird General

$39 Early Bird Student

January 27, 2024 Ticket Prices Increase: $60 General / $49 Student

Toni Collier

Podcast Host & Author

Toni Collier is the founder of an international women’s organization called Broken Crayons Still Color, which helps women process through brokenness and get to healing and hope. She is a speaker, host of the Still Coloring podcast and author of Brave Enough to be Broken. Toni is a graduate of Denver Seminary, with a Master’s degree in Biblical & Theological studies and is teaching people all over the globe that you can be broken and worthy and unqualified and still called to do great things. She doesn’t want you to just face your demons, she wants you to quash the illusion of your brokenness so you can live the most colorful life possible, on and off stage.

Hanna Grownowski Barnett Headshot with blond hair and white shirt

Hannah Gronowski Barnett

Author, Founder & CEO of Generation Distinct

Hannah Gronowski Barnett is an author, speaker, podcast host, preacher, and the Founder of Generation Distinct, a grassroots movement that equips young leaders with the tools to identify their purpose and discover the wrong they were born to make right. She is a passionate movement-maker, social influencer, and voice for her generation, and had a jump start from a very early age being influenced by people in her life calling out the potential in her that she didn’t see in herself.

Willow Weston

Founder and Director of Collide

Willow Weston is an author, speaker, podcast host, and the Founder and Director of Collide, a nonprofit ministry with a national reach that’s impacting thousands of women each year. She has been in ministry for 25 years and loves bringing passion, truth, authenticity and story into every room she walks into. She authentically shares her story of pain, and the beauty that comes out of it, in a way that inspires and encourages people to bravely invite Jesus into their own brokenness so they can experience hope and healing too. Willow, a mom and wife for over 20 years, is as real as it gets, obsessed with throwing parties, coffee, the beach, sunsets, kid cuddles, and a good, good story.

Event FAQs

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