Becoming More Effective with Jesus!

Dates and Times:
Friday, September 22, 2017, 10:00 a.m. through Sunday, September 24, 2017, Noon.

The STF National Conference is a time when people from all over the world are invited to spend a weekend together to be encouraged, inspired, and better equipped in their walk with the Lord. This year we will be focusing on being more effective in serving the Lord and the Body with our personal gifts and callings. There will be morning and evening teachings, workshops during the afternoons, special presentations, and lots of time in between for fellowship and meeting with friends. We know you will find that the conference will be a time of growth as well as spiritual refreshment and encouragement.

Hilton Atlanta Airport: 1031 Virginia Avenue; Atlanta, GA 30354

Housing Options
We have reserved a block of rooms at the discounted rate of $119/night, valid from 9/20/17 to 9/25/17. Please indicate you are with STFI when making your reservations to receive the discounted price. To book, please call the following number or visit the following link:

Central Reservations:
1-800-HILTONS   Group Code:  STFI

Please book by 8/30/2017 and indicate you are with STFI when making your reservations to receive the discounted price.

Airport Shuttle:
Complimentary service is offered every 15-20 minutes daily from 5:00 AM until 11:00 PM, and on-call after 11:00 PM.

Meals are not included in this event. There are places to eat in the hotel and nearby. A list of local eateries will be provided at registration.

Registration Cost:
This event is free to all participants, but we ask that all who plan to attend please register with STF in advance in order to assist us in our planning and preparations.


Please note that a financial offering will be taken to offset the costs to produce this event.

Children’s Fellowship and Activities
The family of God, like any family, consists of people of all ages, including children and youngsters. Although we will not be providing Children’s Fellowship, we do encourage parents to bring their children if they feel it is appropriate.