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Mt. Olive COGIC Plans Men and Women’s Day
By Cora Jackson-Fossett (Religion Editor)
Published November 29, 2012

Evangelist Beverly Willis

Annual Men and Women’s Day at Pacific Mount Olive Church of God In Christ will present Evangelist Beverly Willis ministering in song and word on Sunday, December 9, at 3:30 p.m., at 1385 East 21st Street in Los Angeles.

The theme for the celebration is ‘What Do You Want the Lord to Say’ based on Matthew 25:21. 

“Everyone is invited to attend, celebrate and have a hallelujah time. We are praying for an anointed service, so come and be blessed,” said Assistant Pastor Raymond Pillars.

Guest participants include Superintendent Milton Joiner, Elder Robert Honeycutt, Evangelist Juanita Bryant, Evangelist Ivana Barlowe, and Sister Ineta Washington. The program chairpersons are Brother Bob Dotson and Sister Barbara Stewart.

A powerful speaker, Evangelist Willis is nationally known for her dynamic, Christ-based delivery of the Gospel message through word and song. Also, her vibrant ministry embraces many cultures and ethnicities. 

Evangelist Willis holds a bachelor’s degree in Theology and a master’s degree in Ministry.  The founder and president of the Beverly Willis Ministries, she also serves as an expeditor for both her jurisdictional women’s department and the International Women’s Convention of the Church of God in Christ. 

In addition, Evangelist Willis will be the guest speaker at Mount Olive church on Sunday, December 2 at 11 a.m.  For information, call (213) 741-0339.

Brother Bob Dotson

Sister Barbara Stewart


Categories: Religion

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