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Interview: CeCe Winans Talks Upcoming Conference, “Always Sisters Forever Brothers” and Much More

Khalif Townes had the opportunity to interview the legendary CeCe Winans for uGospel Radio! In the interview they talk about her upcoming conference, Always Sisters Forever Brothers. They discuss why this conference is so important for our youth to attend and continue to chat about a host of other cool topics. I don’t want to give too much away so click on the play button below and listen to this awesome interview for yourself! If you’re not aware of what the Always Sisters Forever Brothers conference is then read the info below.

Always Sisters Forever Brothers is an annual National Conference under the umbrella of Sharing The Vision (a 501c3 organization founded by CeCe Winans) destined to empower youth and young adults with life changing and motivational teaching, heart-pounding worship, concerts and much more! Coming together for 2 1/2 power packed days, with attendance averaging 3000, they address life issues affecting us all and consequently lives are changed forever.

The conference consists of informative sessions, anointed praise and worship by some of our premier worship leaders, skits, a fashion show, a concert, comedy and power-packed messages from our host, CeCe Winans, and other prominent speakers.

Beginning in 2005, CeCe and her team launched their first annual Always Sisters Conference, a 1 1/2 day event catering to young women from the ages of 13 to 26. The event was held at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville, TN with the expectation of a maximum of 100 attendees. Surprisingly and with little promotion over 600 girls participated from at least 12 different states. In 2006, the attendance quadrupled to over 2,400 and moved to Belmont University’s Curb Event Center and in 2007 over 3,400 registrants attended the conference.

Under the leadership and vision of CeCe Winans and the contributions of countless others, 2009 brought with it an even greater mission. The conference changed its name to Always Sisters Forever Brothers and incorporated young men, and the response was incredible.

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