MOVE is a Christian experience to unite and empower diverse women to share God's love and hope in greater Lansing. We gather and support each other from various churches, racial backgrounds, socioeconomic statuses and age to worship together and learn what it means to be Kingdom focused.
WHO WE ARE
The MOVE Conference & Nights for Women (also known as The MOVE) was created in 2015 as a way to bring a variety of women together regardless of their denominations, their race, their socioeconomic status class, their background, etc.
The MOVE Conference for Women strives to bring speakers and artists to minister to the women who call Lansing and the surrounding cities home. We seek to offer creative and powerful times of worship and Biblical teachings to help strengthen the faith of each and every woman that attends.
The MOVE Nights for Women (also known as The MOVE Nights) are free nights of worship in August, November, and January. These Nights follow The MOVE Conference, and are offered as continued opportunity for women of faith to gather and enjoy food, fellowship, and feasting on God's Word. We build The MOVE Nights on the premise of building genuine biblical Koinonia (Greek word for fellowship amongst God's people).
About Our Director
Keturah Bouyer is the Founder & Executive Director of The MOVE Conference & Nights for Women. She holds dear the instruction and guidance of the Holy Spirit through God's Word as He exhorts us in the 'one another's' found in Scripture. For example, 1 Thessalonians 5:11 - 'Therefore encourage one another and build one another up...', Hebrews 3:13 - 'But exhort one another every day, as long as it is called "today...", 1 Peter 4:9 - 'Be hospitable to one another without complaint'. Keturah finds joy investing in the lives of the women God brings her way and counts it a privilege to have been called to this work named The MOVE Conference & Nights for Women. She often echoes the words of David himself, as he inquires of the Lord 'Who am I, and what is my life...' (1 Samuel 8:18).
As Director of the MOVE, Keturah's prayer is that every single woman, young or seasoned, that walks through the doors to attend a MOVE Conference or MOVE Night, is greeted and embraced FIRST by the Holy Spirit. Her prayer is following that embrace , each woman would be greeted and embraced by their fellow sister in Christ, that hands and hearts are forever stitched together, and ultimately the name of Jesus Christ is lifted high.
She is the proud wife of Coye Bouyer, church planter and Senior Pastor of Kingdom Life Church (a multi-racial church plant) in Lansing, Michigan. She is the humbled mother of four amazingly beautiful and gifted children: Sierra, 14; Seth, 11; Cayla, 9; and Coye II, 6.