You Shall Live and Not Die (Teens) Presenter – Pastor Mary Everett
Suicide does not discriminate. People of all races, genders, ages, and ethnicities can be at risk. Most suicides happen in the lives of people between the ages of 15-24 and over 60. We will look at risk factors for suicide and learn how to cope with and eradicate them.
There is Strength in Celebrating Our New Life (Women) Presenter – Evangelist Joann Banks
This session is geared to open your mind to discover how it is possible to celebrate your life everyday as well as encouraging others to celebrate themselves.
Dominion (Men) Presenter – Gabriel W. Oree
In this workshop we will discover that true dominion is from a biblical perspective and you will be able to apply it to everyday life. We will uncover the purpose of dominion, why we need it to fulfill our purpose, how to properly apply it, and the effects of misused or abused dominion.
11:15 am – 12:05 pm
Leadership Qualities for Teens (Teens) Presenter – John H. Oree
Leadership is a very important quality for all to acquire. While adults may be honoring and perfecting their leadership skills, it’s important for teenagers to understand the benefits of gaining an early understanding of what makes a great leader and what things can hold them back.
Celebrations of Life (Women) Presenter – Asst. Pastor O”Violet J. Oree
We celebrate many milestones in our lives and they later become the memories that we hang on to. Let’s reflect on some of these celebrations and discover the strengths, joys, and lessons we have learned from them.
Everyday is the Best Day: Living Your Dreams (Men) Presenter – Minister James Stallworth
This workshop focuses on the importance of developing your dreams. We will help you identify some simple planning techniques that will help identify your vision for your future. Our presentation will center on the daily habits which are necessary for your dreams to come into fruition.
12:15 pm-1:05 pm
The Balancing Act! (Teens) Presenter – Megan Middleton
As a young person, we may find it hard to balance the ideas of what and who we want to become along with other’s ideas of who we should be. We have goals and dreams and imagine what a “good life” looks like for us. But it is also important for us to know what God says about us and to understand that no matter how young or old we are, He wants us to live a good life! In this session, we will discuss the struggles of developing your own identity and living in a way that promises us a good life!
Celebrating Christ and Our life in Him (Women) Presenter – Evangelist Deborah Dawson
We have a lot to celebrate, but don’t forget that the reason we can celebrate is because of Christ. As we walk down memory lane don’t forget to give him glory because you are who you are and have become what you are because of him.
Men of Honor (Men) Presenter – Elder Isiah Choice
What does it take to be a man of honor? Who or what are some of the characteristics to adopt to become or to remain a man of honor? Let’s explore this topic.
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First Lady O'violet Oree assists her husband Bishop Walter Oree of 42 years in pastoring House of God Miracle Temple. They are the proud parents of five Children.