Inspire Women is a 501 (c) 3 organization that reaches thousands of women every year through city wide conferences to awaken God’s purpose in their lives and help them find their purpose. We have strong year round programs to look for leadership potential and empower women to reach abused kids, trafficked women, suicidal teens, the homeless, the incarcerated, drug addicts, alcoholics, the lost and a multitude of missions and ministries.
Please join us at one of the largest awards luncheons in the city to affirm servants of excellence and to raise the funds to inspire and train women for ministry.
Wife of former Secretary of State, James A. Baker, and founding member of the National Alliance to End Homelessness. She is the author of, “Passing it On: an Autobiography with Spirit.” It is her true story of one political wife who descended into brokenness and used her faith to find a powerful way to emerge.
National saxophonist and 3 time Stellar Award Nominee
Reporter and co-anchor for KTRK-TV, ABC 13 The Eyewitness News.
Luncheon Advisory Board
Kim & Chuck Watson–Co-Chairs, Marci & Steven Alvis, Sue & Rusty Burnett, Cathy & Dougal Cameron, Karen & Bill Case, Terri & John Havens, Sharon & Glen Hilford, Ale & Mark Veltmann, Francie & Mike Willis
Message from our Founder & President
Imagine a world where every woman wakes up knowing her purpose. More than that, she has a friend who believes in her and will invest in her potential. I commit my life to building a lasting ministry where any woman can be educated to know God’s purpose and find empowerment to live it to her fullest.
- Our city wide conference, publications, and radio program reaches over 150,000 a year to awaken their lives to God’s purpose.
- Our monthly programs spiritually replenish over 600 women a year, who are encouraged to keep going in their mission.
- Our Leadership Institute trains over 200 women a year to help them develop the emotional fortitude to finish their mission.
- Our ministry has a no debt policy, offices out of a permanent headquarters, and invested over $1M in scholarships and grants to women who change the world.