We are excited to be having our 13th Annual Legacy Ministries Women's Conference on April 28-29th at Trinity Church located at 8817 GA-54, in Sharpsburg.
This years theme is "Give Us Ears to Hear!" This year we will be having small groups instead of workshops. You will be with the same group all weekend in order to build relationships. Registration starts at 5:30.
We will also have worship, speakers, and more! Saturday starts at 9AM and ends at 4PM with lunch included. Come and bring a friend!
5:30: Registration/ Light hors d'oeuvres served
6:10: Small group meet and greet
6:40 p.m.-9:00: General Session
including worship, dance, key note speaker and small group interaction
9:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.: General Session
including worship, dance, drama, key note speaker and small group interaction
12:00 - 1:00p.m. Lunch break
including time for fellowship with others, door prizes, and karaoke!
1:00 - 4:00p.m.: General Session
including worship, key note speaker and small group interaction
Rev. Tammy Melton, LPC is the founder of Legacy Ministries for Christ, Incorporated. Tammy has recently started Legacy Freedom, LLC for her speaking and writing. Tammy and Bill have been married since 1986 and have two adult daughters, Amy, who lives in Austin, TX and Amber, who recently married Jacob Barry and lives in Atlanta.
Tammy Melton received a Bachelor of Music Education from Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia, a Bachelor of Theology from Christian Life School of Theology in Columbus, Georgia, and a Master of Professional Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of Georgia. Tammy also holds ministerial credentials with Harvest Network International. She has served the local church both on staff and as a lay minister in the areas of music, children’s and youth ministry, Sunday School teacher for all ages, women’s ministry, and training and equipping people in the church. Tammy has a passion to support people in their journey to inner healing and refined relationships in order for them to walk in freedom as they fulfill their God-given purposes. Besides directing the Legacy Ministries Counseling and Training Center, she is also a speaks for churches, retreats, seminars, and mission trips abroad.
HEAR TAMMY SPEAK
Amy Melton grew up in Peachtree City, GA in a home focused on loving Jesus and serving others. She preached her first sermon in the third grade with her mom’s help and has continued preaching for conferences and events since then. Throughout the seasons of her life, she has led Bible studies, house churches, and prayer groups, seeing friends set free, saved, and fortified in the knowledge of God. Amy has also led worship for several years in both congregational and house of prayer settings. Currently, she is a worship leader at Heart of Texas House of Prayer in Austin, Texas. Amy is passionate about intimacy with the Holy Spirit and living with a spirit of holiness. As she leads worship and preaches, she desires to foster a prophetic atmosphere that will help people be permanently marked for righteousness and intimacy with God.
For her day job, Amy is a PhD student in Music and Human Learning at the University of Texas at Austin, where she researches the experiences of student immigrants in music classrooms. She is an assistant instructor at UT and teaches 2 sections of an undergraduate class for non-music majors. Additionally, she is a teaching assistant for undergraduate music education students. From late 2020 to early 2023, Amy and her dad built a tiny house from scratch, which she named Merab, which means “God will increase”. Amy loves to hike, sing, and live off-grid. You will often find her wearing Indian clothes and possibly walking barefoot.
Hear Amy speak
Julie has been married for 59 Years and has 3 married children and 8 grandchildren. She lives in Jacksonville Florida and currently is a member of Journey Church. She is an ordained minister with Harvest Network International.
She was educated through HarvestNet Institute, Agape Reformation Leader’s School at Shiloh Place Ministry, and Cleveland School of the Holy Spirit.
She brings to the ministry years of experience serving as leader of various ministries. As a new Christian she was in leadership with the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League: the beginning of her love for mission work. Later she co-led a ministry to those caught in addictions - Victory over Alcohol. She and her team developed a thriving Women’s Ministry in her local church.
In 1993 she went on her first mission trip to Bulgaria which turned her interest in missions to a passion. Going back to Bulgaria many times, she began to take small teams to work with local pastors. The work consisted of leading conferences, visiting many churches teaching and preaching as Holy Spirit led. Julie also did ministry one on one and even led a few teen camps.
In 1996, after a profound encounter with Father God, her focus of teaching changed, as God began to do deep healing in her life. The love He continued to lavish on her was overwhelming and her passion since then is that all His sons and daughters know and experience Him loving them.
She has traveled in the USA and multiple nations as the Lord leads, teaching through Leaders and Pastors Conferences, Women’s Conferences, Evangelistic Outreaches and personal ministry in churches and homes. She is also the founder and director of Father’s Heart International Ministry, Inc. which carries this message far and wide.
Julie loves to remind people this truth: "And I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God’s love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about tomorrow—not even the powers of hell can separate us from God’s love. No power in the sky above or in the earth below—indeed, nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us from the love of God that is revealed in Christ Jesus our Lord." Romans 8:38-39
Hear Julie speak
Sharpsburg, GA 30277
All sessions will be held in the Student Center located at the top of the hill in the building on the far right (west) of the campus in the main entrance.