But she says she really had fun at her first conference (2005) in Nashville when she hosted 700 teen girls.The conference is a product of her desire to influence young women.Her message that Jesus wants a pure church and it’s our responsibility to pursue purity comes out loud and clear.She is careful to point out that she is first and foremost a wife and mother.conference to young ladies from the ages of 13-26 on July 27-28 in Nashville.The conference featured guests like: Kimberly Daniels, Donnie Mc Clurkin, Demetrus Stewart, Tammy Bennett, Nancy Alcorn, Jenetzen Franklin, Kiki Sheard, and Jo Ann Rosario.In 2003, Rosario was diagnosed with nodules on her vocal folds, and took an extended hiatus to treat the condition.She released a follow-up effort in 2005 and a third in 2007.
Ce Ce was deeply gratified to see hungry teens receive the Lord’s message of love and acceptance.
She had a new revelation of how short life is and that we must each be about doing what the Lord has planned for us to accomplish.
Ce Ce Winans, well known for her beautiful singing voice and great stage presence, readily admits she just never thought she would be a speaker.
Ce Ce made it clear that she wanted the girls to “leave out (of the conference) with the mindset to live holy before the Lord.” Ce Ce has written a new devotional book called .
Ce Ce says, " It is my desire that every young lady who reads this book will learn that she is a princess chosen by God to be in His royal family and that Jesus Christ is her Friend and King." The book contains 22 devotions that cover relevant topics to young girls, such as image and self-esteem, dating and sexuality, impure thoughts and temptations, behavior, developing your spiritual gifts, prayer life, and much more.The book gives advice and encouragement on how to keep fellow sisters in Christ accountable.