Are you a preacher, teacher, evangelist, minister, or a lay speaker who only ministers on special days?
Whether you have no title or wear one of the ones above, this fellowship is for you!
Do you have questions about sermon preparation?
Have you worried that your messages aren't reaching your audience?
Are you confused about how to navigate the business of ministry, such as negotiating or requesting an honorarium?
Do you simply feel stuck, but know God has called you to proclaim the Gospel?
If you have wrestled with any of those questions, then this fellowship is for you!
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Highlights of the 2017 Women in Ministry Fellowship
North Charleston, SC
We came, we saw, we discussed how to identify, embrace, and launch the ministries God has assigned us.
WIMF '17 Testimonial: I went to a powerful women ministry fellowship on yesterday. I did not know one person in the room but that didn't matter because we all connected like daughters of the king. My spirit was instantly drawn to this event first because it invite women of God from every walk of life. While listening during the fellowship I heard voices filled with wisdom that will forever change the way I think about myself. I felt the warmth and spirit of all of my sisters who gathered in that service. I want to thank AD Simmons for sharing her knowledge. God has truly given you a to gift to unlock the mind of his believers to get them activated to work. I will continue to sit and meditate on what I learned, so that I can do all I can for my Father in Heaven. Thank you Erica L Russell for reaching out to me. We are never alone even when we think we are . I will be steadfast on my journey to reach out to many others and use my stumbling stones as stepping stones to guide others.
WOMEN IN MINISTRY (AND DISCERNMENT)
March 25, 2017 ~ 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This event will be a one-day session for women of all ages, ethnicities, and denominations who have answered their call to ministry or may still be discerning what God is speaking. No titles required.
You don't have to be a "bootleg preacher" or a licensed or ordained one to attend. We're calling the women who are ready to do what God has called them to do, whether it's in the church, classroom, boardroom, or on a stage! It's time to ACTIVATE! REGISTER TODAY!
Scroll down for pics capturing inaugural fellowship in 2014.
God was gracious unto us when we gathered on March 21-22, 2014
in North Charleston, SC
Dr. Carolyn Ann Knight was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She received the Bachelor of Arts degree from Bishop College in Dallas, Texas with a major concentration in English, philosophy, and religion. Her theological training began at Colgate Rochester Divinity School in Rochester, NY; she later transferred to Union Theological Seminary in New York City where she was awarded the Master of Divinity and Master of Sacred Theology degrees respectively. Rev. Knight holds the Doctor of Ministry degree from the United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio.
Under the tutelage and influence of many treasured and prolific preachers throughout the country, Dr. Knight developed a love for preaching and the pulpit. She preached her trial sermon and was licensed for the gospel ministry at the Mount Gilead Baptist Church in Denver, Colorado under the leadership of The Reverend Acen L. Phillips. Dr. Knight has served in the pastoral ministry in pulpits in Denver, Colorado; Dallas, Texas; Rochester, and Harlem, New York.
She is the founder and president of “CAN DO!” Ministries; a progressive, preventive youth advocacy ministry that is dedicated to the cultural, social, intellectual, and spiritual well-being of youth and young adults. Dr. Knight serves on numerous boards and committees being cited a sui generis, a one-of-a-kind preaching voice for this generation.
Dr. Knight is a proud Golden Life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. The singular theme of her message and ministry is a better quality life for the poor and oppressed, particularly women and children.
The Rev. Dr. Carolyn Ann Knight preaching at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia in 1989.