Church program targets women

Published 11:00 pm Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The Bethesda Restoration Outreach Worship Center will host a three-night Women’s Assembly titled “A Woman and Her Word” on Thursday, Friday and Sunday at the worship center at 129 South Main Street in Brundidge.

“This is a call to all women,” said Patricia Valentine, program coordinator. “Whatever women need – restoration, deliverance, strength, peace, salvation, healing – whatever, come and find it.”

The Women’s Assembly program will open at 7 p.m. Thursday with Minister Ammer Gaynor presenting, “Talking In My Word.”

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At 7 p.m. on Friday, Pastor Debra Brinkley will be the program leader for “Walking In My Word” and, on Sunday, Elder Jessie Myhand will lead the “Living In My Word” program.

“We begin our walk with the Lord by ‘talking’ the Word and progress to ‘walking’ in the Word and then to ‘living’ the Word,” Valentine said. “We continually work toward living God’s Word.”

Valentine said the “A Woman and Her Word” program is an outreach of the church to all women of God.

“We are reaching out to Christians everywhere,” she said. “There is much more for us to do than sit on a church pew on Sunday. If we aren’t careful we are going to sleep as far as God’s work. We’ve got to wake up. We’ve got to serve our communities and our neighbors and those we don’t even know yet.

“There is work to do in our churches and there is work to do on the outside. Together, we can make a difference in our communities and in our world.”

Valentine said “A Woman and Her Word” is designed to inspire and motivate women to join together in the Lord’s work wherever it may be and to begin with whatever their personal needs are by talking the Word, walking in the Word and living the Word.”

Everyone is invited Thursday, Friday and Sunday at the Bethesda Restoration Outreach Worship Center on Main Street in Brundidge.