Sisters of Goler Memorial plan ‘Chit Chat’

Sisters of Goler Memorial plan ‘Chit Chat’
September 24
00:00 2015

photo above: Kendra T. Davis (submitted photo)

Special to The Chronicle

The Women’s Ministry of Goler Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church will conduct its third annual “Chit Chat & All That Sistah’s Breakfast and Table Talk” on Saturday, Sept. 26 at 9 a.m. at the Goler Family Enrichment Center, 620 N. Patterson Avenue.

The “Chit Chat,” an interactive Bible study designed specifically for women, helps increase women’s spiritual and emotional development. This year’s theme,  “In Spite of My Challenges, Thank God I’m A Woman,” will provide an opportunity for women to learn to appreciate who they are in the Lord while embracing the diverse and often complex twists and turns associated with womanhood. There is no cost to attend.

The guest presenter will be Elder Kendra T. Davis of Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church, Winston-Salem. Davis is a powerful intercessory prayer warrior and her life work has been committed to empowering individuals to live the life Jesus died for them.

She is a published author of two books “Rivers of Life” and “No More Discounts – Sovereign Secrets.” Her first book, “Rivers of Life,” is a collection of changing sermons and homilies; has been said to be a resource that will empower and inspire persons to bounce back from anything. Many have described it as a spiritual vitamin that will rejuvenate, revitalize and refresh you.

Davis is a licensed substance abuse counselor and certified criminal justice addiction professional. In 2010, she established K*METAMORPHOSIS, a Christian counseling organization whose vision, mission and philosophy was birthed out of the desire to fill a much needed treatment gap in the community. The organization’s mission is to utilize a holistic approach to restore fallen humanity.

Davis is currently pursuing a doctorate degree at Apex School of Theology, where she will obtain a Doctorate of Ministry degree in Biblical Studies. She is a graduate of Winston-Salem State University, receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology in 1999 and Master of Science Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling in 2009. Her motto is “Your past failures will not dictate your future, or hold you hostage unless you allow it!”

For additional details call 336-764-8629. The Rev. Dr. George C. Banks is the pastor of Goler Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church.

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