Star Ministries Inc. founder Deborah Starczewski to deliver keynote address

Special to Iredell Free News

 Horizon Church is set to host Going Deep Women’s Conference with author, evangelist, teacher, and Star Ministries Inc. founder Deborah Starczewski.

Deborah Starczewski

The conference will be held in the church sanctuary at 316 Signal Hill Drive on Saturday, October 23. Women’s groups from all area churches are invited.

A time of praise and worship ministry led by local worship leader, Lynette Goodwin, will prepare attendees to receive an inspirational message from Starczewski.

“Deborah is enthusiastic, down to earth, compassionate and humorous,” said Jason Bost, co-pastor at Horizon Church and dean of Life Christian University. “What matters most to her is seeing lives changed, hearts healed, and destinies fulfilled for those who dare to dream and step out into God’s plan for their lives.”

“After Deborah spoke at our Annual Ladies High Tea back in May, she told me she sensed a hunger in the women to go deeper with the Lord,” addedHorizon women’s leader, Cynthia Caldwell. “That conversation birthed our theme for this conference. Now, more than ever, we need to draw closer to Jesus; and I’m looking forward to Deborah sharing some practical ways for us to walk in maturity, as the women of God.”

Starczewski founded Star Ministries Inc. in 1998 and Star National Outreach Worldwide Inc. in 2008. She earned her doctorate and currently serves on the faculty of Life Christian University. Having personally experienced heartache, pain, and rejection, she understands the challenges that often accompany everyday life.

Event registration is $10, which includes conference admission, a continental breakfast at 8 a.m. and lunch at 11:45 a.m. Advance registration can be made by calling Horizon Church at (704) 873-5250 however; tickets will also be available onsite from 8 to 9 a.m. 


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Horizon Church is a non-denominational church located at 316 Signal Hill Drive in Statesville. Sunday morning worship begins at 10 a.m. each week. Services are of a casual atmosphere, with contemporary music, and messages relevant to everyday living. Charles Williams is the founding pastor of the church, which was founded in 1999; and Jason Bost is co-pastor. The church website is

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