At LifeWay Women, we are firm believers in “the more, the merrier.” That’s why, when it comes to our simulcast events, we literally invite the entire world to join us! Some groups pack out church auditoriums, while others are huddled together in Sunday School class rooms. Some join us from cozy living room couches, while others watch while working out on the elliptical trainer. The simulcast is a Bible teaching experience you can participate in from wherever you are and alongside whomever you’re with!
The Living Proof Simulcast with Beth Moore is coming up September 16th. You may be interested in watching, but not sure how to participate. Not to worry—we have ideas!! Here are a few stories (and cute pictures) of how ladies joined us for simulcasts wth Beth and Priscilla Shirer last year.
First Baptist Church – Bolivar, MO
This women’s group decided to use the Priscilla Shirer Simulcast as their spring women’s retreat! They utilized the Digital Pass option, and hosted their simulcast within the 30 days of the event. They spent their weekend at a gorgeous lake house in Missouri.
Spangdahlem Air Base – Binsfeld, Germany
This group of cuties held their event on their air base in Germany! They are a diverse group of active duty military, government civilians, military spouses, and local nationals. It was their first time to do anything like a simulcast, so they opted for small and simple. And they loved it!
Unity Baptist Church – Hope, AR
Simulcasts have become an annual event at Unity Baptist in Hope, Arkansas! They love opening up their simulcast and inviting the entire community to join them. Unity Baptist Church use the simulcast not only as a wonderful event for their women but also as a way to connect with other churches and people in their community!
American Protestant Church of The Hague – The Hauge, Netherlands
These friends decided not only to host the simulcast from the Netherlands, but to do it with us LIVE! They stayed up late into the night participating with us from across the world!
We love for you to host in your churches or attend a church in your area, but sometimes there isn’t a host near you! A great alternative is to host a small group at home. We love seeing pictures of many of you gathered in living rooms for an intimate simulcast experience!
Sometimes you just need to spend some quiet alone time in prayer and study, and the simulcast is a great way to do that! Those who participate as individuals often tell us they sing just as loud as if they were in the room with us. 🙂
Men of Simulcast
Many men volunteer the day of simulcast to support and pray for the women participating in the event. These fun encouragers are goofing off in a photo booth, but their main purpose is to pray for life change and the spiritual experience women are having the day of the simulcast.
To talk to a simulcast specialist, click here.