Singer and speaker Kim Tabor is known at women’s conferences and elsewhere for a straightforward boldness in vocalizing her faith. But several years ago, the Fishers resident battled a paralyzing fear that sometimes even closed off part of her throat — all because she felt pressure that her entire worth was wrapped up in her music.

But then God set her free from such bondage, and now she wants other women to find that freedom in Christ.

That’s the focus of her upcoming Finally Free Women’s Conference from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at Columbus’ First Christian Church, 531 Fifth St.

“I’m surprised by how many times I think so little of God,” she writes on her blog at taborministries.org. “I have such low expectations of Him. My small mind forgets that He is all-powerful and He wants what is best for me.”

Tabor’s outreach focuses especially on women facing significant challenges.

Her conference locally will include an element that she often includes elsewhere — several area women offering testimonies on how God brought them freedom from dark and painful situations. One woman will discuss finding healing and freedom after her husband’s affair.

Cost is $25. Some financial help is available. Registration deadline is Nov. 8.

Registration: fccoc.org/women_events.php.

Information: 812-379-4491, fccoc.org.

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Brian Blair is a reporter for The Republic. He can be reached at bblair@therepublic.com or 812-379-5672.