Sparrow Conference exists to catalyze the next generation of reconcilers.

Why the name Sparrow?

I can still hear their voices, their laughter, their tears. Through mixed emotions of joy and sadness there was honesty and transparency radiating from that quaint living room. They were beautiful and brave.

Not many know but Sparrow began as a church home group for young women... Read More

Where We're Headed

Sparrow Women began as a bible study in a living room, that evolved into a conference. The Sparrow Conference now serves as a catalytic event for over 1,500 women to consider topics such as: the racial divide in our city/nation and social/justice issues that affect our culture; while at the same time applying biblical truths to these topics.  Sparrow Conference is expanding into Sparrow Women, to propel women from discussing tough topics into taking action. We want to pursue racial harmony by equipping women through Sparrow Resources, by partnering with churches and organizations in the training of leaders, by unifying women through Sparrow Conference, and by pursuing justice and mercy by partnering with like-minded non-profits.



Sparrow Women will produce resources for women regarding how Biblical truths intersect with racial harmony and social justice. Resources will consist of Bible Studies, resource magazines, and videos. 


Sparrow Women will launch a leadership program for churches and organizations that want a deeper understanding of racial issues by looking at history, systemic issues, and providing training on how to carry out conversations about racial harmony and the gospel in their area of influence.


Sparrow Women will continue to host the annual Sparrow Conference as a catalytic and celebratory event. Women join together to learn about a book of the Bible, worship together, and explore how Biblical Truths address controversial issues in our city and nation. 


Sparrow Women will eventually open a house for non-profits with a shared purposed of providing holistic care for oppressed and marginalized women in Dallas, while at the same time providing proximity training to women through volunteer opportunities and educational classes.