Northern Virginia Women’s Conference on Reformed Theology


The purpose of the Northern Virginia Women’s Conference on Reformed Theology is to strengthen the women of Christ’s church by teaching sound doctrine and practice in commitment to the historic Christian faith revealed in Holy Scripture and expressed in the creeds of the church universal and the confessions of the Reformation.

What is theme?

The theme comes from the book of the same title by Aimee Byrd:

NO LITTLE WOMEN: Equipping All Women in the Household of God

When warning Timothy about dangerous fake teachers infecting the church, Paul cautions that they target “little women.” Who were these women then, and are there still little women in the church today? Have we made any progress in equipping our women to discern truth from error in what they are hearing and reading?

Christ loves his church so much, that he wants all of his church, including the women, to “attain to the unity of the faith and the knowledge of the Son of God.” (Eph. 4:13) This is good news! No Little Women aims to diagnose some of the problems plaguing the women in the church and to equip women as necessary allies in the household of God.

Speaker: Aimee Byrd

Aimee Byrd cohosts The Mortification of Spin podcast and is the author of Housewife Theologian, Theological Fitness, and No Little Women. She and her husband have three children and are members of New Hope Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Frederick, Maryland.


Conference Messenges – Aimee Byrd

Session 1 – Equipping All Women

Session 2 – Necessary Allies in Our Current Context

Session 3 – Honing Our Skills as Competent Allies