Mount Vernon Baptist Church

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Connect, Encourage and Equip Pastors Wives

Feed My Sheep Pastors Wives is a two-day conference to connect, encourage and equip pastors wives.

Ministry is a challenging and a joy. It’s not easy balancing the demands of a church’s schedule and expectations. But it is a joyful gift. Through biblical teaching and sweet fellowship, we want FMS>PW to be a comforting and tender call to persevere in ministry. We hope to encourage women to persevere in ministry as they live with hope in a world that is not our home.

More than anything, we want women to know that Christ—not conferences, retreats, or even one another—is an all-sufficient Savior. We, like Paul, should desire to know “nothing among you except Jesus Christ and him crucified” (1 Cor. 2:2). The most important encouragement is believing and treasuring Jesus Christ!

So if you are a pastor’s wife, elder’s wife, or the wife of a husband preparing for ministry, we invite you to join us for Feed My Sheep Pastors Wives. Save the date for September 13-14, 2024. More details coming soon!


Friday–Saturday, September 13-14, 2024
Check-In  |  Friday at 10:00 am
Conference Concludes  |  Saturday at 3:00 pm
Detailed Schedule Found Below


Early Bird  |  $80 + fees (June 2- 30)
Standard  |  $95 + fees (ends August 25)
Late |  $110 + fees (ends September 8)

includes conference resources and three meals


Erin Wheeler

Erin is a member of University Baptist Church in Fayetteville, AR, where her husband Brad serves as the Lead Pastor. She is the mother of four children, a labor & delivery nurse, a Bible teacher, speaker, cohost of the Priscilla Talk podcast and author of The Good Portion-The Church: Delighting in the Doctrine of the Church.


Jamie Butts
Biblical Counseling

Jamie is a native Texan and homeschooling mother of four growing, spunky children. Her husband, Dustin is an Associate Pastor at Mount Vernon Baptist Church, where she also serves the body by counseling, encouraging and discipling women. She especially loves reading, hiking, coffee and cookies of all kinds.


Friday, September 15

10:00 am Check-In
10:45 am Morning Session
12:30 pm Lunch
1:15 pm Afternoon Session
3:00 pm Intentional Free Time
5:15 pm Evening Session with Dinner
8:00 pm Day Concludes

Saturday, September 16

9:00 am Coffee & Fellowship
9:30 am Morning Session
12:20 pm Lunch
1:15 pm Afternoon Session
3:00 pm Conference Concludes

All the event information is provided above. If your question is not answered on this page, you may email us your question at

Yes. Please contact us, and we will provide you details for transferring your registration.

Deadline for a full refund is midnight on August 25. You may cancel after August 25, but no refund will be issued. Please contact us to cancel your registration.

No. We have everything needed.

We will send registered attendees details the week of the conference.

Childcare will not be provided. Mothers are welcome to bring and care for newborn infants, but no special accommodations are provided.

We do not want finances to hinder you from attending. If you need financial assistance, please complete this questionnaire and we will contact you.

Lunch is provided both days and dinner is provided on the first day. Light refreshments including snacks and drinks will be provided throughout the conference.


If you would like to stay at a host home of a family from Mount Vernon Baptist Church, please complete this questionnaire by August 22, and we will try to coordinate your stay with a member. Host homes are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. It’s best to have alternative housing arrangements in case we’re unable to provide housing. Host families will not provide transportation to/from the conference.