Presidential Greetings - CBDWA

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Presidential Greetings - CBDWA
Consolidated Baptist District
Wo men’s A uxiliary
Newsletter
Presidential Greetings…..
Volume 2, Issue 6
I am super excited about our
2016 Women's Retreat!! I am
also excited to begin such an
awesome transformational
journey with you, but more
importantly making sure we
are "Standing Firm On The
Word As Women of God!"
What an awesome God we
serve! As you come to worship with us as women of God, know that you have been chosen
to be a part of something that has been purposed in God's heart.
Ladies, this is the season for us as women of God to "Stand Firm
on the Word of God." As women we tend to be everywhere,
and may even waiver with the distractions of this ole world,
but as we look to you God, help us to realize that if we just
Stand Firm on the Word, everything will be alright!! As we labor, pray, and trust God together. I believe that God will do the
work through all of us that transforms our lives and the lives
of so many others in the way that we can't even imagine! As
we move forward and give our best to God and ourselves- it
does not yet appear of what we shall be! I look forward with eager anticipation to how God is going to move! I am excited to
embark on such an amazing work with you ladies! To God be
the Glory for truly- great things He has done! KEEP SMILING.........KEEP SHINING, but most of all KEEP PRAYING !!!!
Love and Blessings ,
Tara Crumbie
Inside this issue:
Presidents
Greeting
Women in White
Highlight
Graduates
Recognition
1
2
Retreat
Information
Hotel Information
Retreat Schedule
Retreat Dress Attire
3
Vendor Contact
Information
Class Titles
Facilitators
Comedian
4
Keynote Speaker
5
La'Ticia N. Beatty
Gospel Artist
Lushun Pace
6
Special Events
7
June Health Note
8
List of
2015-2016
Officers
Important Dates
8
Jeremiah 29:11
Graduates, We are so Proud of your Achievements. Go far
and Take GOD with you on your journey.
Graduates: as you prepare to launch into the real world beyond college, or into the new
world of independence after high school, I wanted to take a moment to congratulate each
and every one of you. No matter what your circumstances in life — where you live, the
family you were born into, what happened to you as a young child that was beyond your
control — NOW is the time to step forward into your own true self and begin the chapter of life that is
truly yours for the making. Education certainly has its place; but think on these words too:
Jeremiah 29:11-13 “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to
prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when
you seek me with all your heart.”
Proverbs 3:5-10 “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. Do not be
wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD and shun evil. This will bring health to your body and
nourishment to your bones. Honor the LORD with your wealth, with the first fruits of all
your crops; then your barns will be filled to overflowing, and your vats will brim over with new wine.”
The CBDWA experienced a wonderful fellowship at its Annual Women in White Service.
It was held on Friday, May 13,2016 at the Mount Calvary Baptist Church. Thank you
Dr. Felix Williams, III for opening your doors and rendering the Word of God to us. We enjoyed every prayer, songs , scripture and participants on the program to make the day a success . Your dinning room went beyond par excellence in your display of culinary arts
skills. To God be the Glory!!!
From charming cobblestone streets at our historic sites
and museums to our advent garden art galleries and
eclectic shops, Winston-Salem holds allure for many.
Whether its arts and history, our array of outdoor adventures we are sure you will enjoy this site of Winston Salem for Retreat 2016 of the CBDWA. This
site offers other amenities such as internet, valet parking any much more.
Attendees MUST BE 18 years or older to attend.
Contact Ladies please mail all payments (Church
Check or Money Orders) payable to CBDWA . Mail
to CBDWA, P.O. Box 594 , Lexington, KY 40588.
Refund Policy Statement: Cancellation/Refund will
only be authorized if notified in writing by mail on a
percent-age basis. (Refunds percentage between January 2, 2016 thru March 1, 2016 will be 50%. No refunds after March 1, 2016 Refunds are only issued in
the event of life threatening situation or death.
ATTENTION
AVAILABLE HOTEL
Just two minutes away will open up rooms for the Retreat. Ladies, do not let these rooms get away, Book as soon as possible.
Contact Information:
Hawthorne Inn Conference Center
420 High Street SW, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101
1-336-777-3000 Code: CBDWA
Total room is 134.00/night + 12.75% taxes
# of People
1
Per night cost
$151.09/night
2
$75.55/night
3
$50.36/night
4
$37.77/night
First payment non-refundable $50
Second payment - $65
Third payment - $60
Total - $175
Reservation and Code :
CBDWA
Marriott
425 North Cherry St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
1-800-320-0934
1 person – 156.72/night
2 people – 78.36/night
3 people – 52.24/night
Retreat Schedule 2016
Wednesday June 15th
1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Registration
7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. - Meet and Greet!
Thursday June 16th
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. - Registration
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. - Seminar One
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. - Seminar Two
7:00 p.m. - Banquet - Doors open @ 6:30 p.m.
Friday June 17th
7:30 a.m. - 7:55 a.m. - Devotional Time
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - Workshops
1:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. - Registration
7:00 p.m. - Banquet - Doors open @ 6:30p.m.
Saturday June 18th
7:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - Closing Breakfast
4 people – 39.18/night
Dress Code for Retreat
Thursday
Unity Night with your individual church
Friday
Church Attire in the following
colors
Red-White-Black
Any combination
NO JEANS/SHORTS
Saturday
Retreat T -Shirts
Vendor Information
Please contact Sis. Renee Burns @
Email: [email protected] OR 859536-1398 and Sis. Diane Demus @
Email: [email protected] OR 859285-1035 for complete Vendor Information or Sis. Kimberly Bruton @ Email:
[email protected]
Ms. Kim
Hardy
Ms., Shonda
White
Ms. Anna
Edwards
Classes
WEDGES- "This Heel is Everywhere"
DO NOT WAIVER
Romans 4:20, James 1:6
ANKLE STRAPS- " This Heel provides
security"
DO NOT CHANGE DIRECTION
Proverbs 3:5,6
STILETTOS- "This Heel instills amazing confidence"
DO NOT FALL
Matthew 6:13, Luke 22:40
PLATFORMS- "This Heel provides support"
DO NOT QUIT
Mark 10:27, Galatians 6:9, Philippians 4:13
Ms. Tara
Dempsey
Ms.,. LaRonda Clay
La’Ticia often says, “I am just a girl from Detroit, MI who had dreams
of success.” In 1992, she moved to North Carolina with $15, four outfits and a dream. The thought of being what others said she would become gave her the perseverance to gain admittance to Livingstone College in Salisbury, NC. Her passion for helping people led her to transfer to Winston Salem State University where she graduated with a
Bachelor of Science in Nursing with honors. La’Ticia Nicole furthered
her education by receiving a Master of Business Administration from
the University of Phoenix in Phoenix. AZ. The two combined degrees
allowed her to become an Executive Director in the long-term care industry thus accentuating her desire and passion for helping others. She
credits her success to God, her mother, grandmother and a loving family who instilled strong morals, values and work ethics
Atlanta-born gospel singer LaShun Pace first emerged during the
mid-1970s, performing alongside her siblings in the group the
Anointed Pace Sisters. . Her gift has set her apart from many of today’s talented crop of singers. Her singing and ministering skills
were further honed while she toured with the Rev. Gene Martin and
the Action Revival Team, and in 1998 she recorded” In the House of
the Lord” with Dr. Jonathan Greer and the Cathedral of Faith Choirs
for Savoy Records. The label signed Pace as a solo artist soon after,
and in 1990 she issued her debut” He Lives”, which reached the number two spot on the Billboard gospel charts; the follow-up, ‘Shekinah
Glory’, appeared in 1993. Three years later, Pace returned with
“Wealthy Place”; in addition to successive releases including 1998's
“Just Because God Said It”, she also enjoyed a career as an actress,
most notably co-starring as the Angel of Mercy in the 1992 Steve
Martin film “Leap of Faith” Now sit back and get ready to get your
praise on as CBDWA welcomes Ms. LaShun Pace!
Here are some options for those of you are interested in
these events. You will receive more detailed information
from the Visitors Center. These are just a few that are
free. There are some with reasonable cost.
New Winston Museum.
New Winston Museum
713 S. Marshall Street
Winston-Salem NC 27101 Hours: M-F Noon -5 p.m.
Admission: Free 336-724-2842
Learn about the beginnings of Winston Salem. (When Winston and Salem merged).
A visual and oral narration of life. It details the stories of the African Americans and
their impact. View striking photographs revel moments in history like the Happy Hill
School for African Americans and the story of Local 22.
Reynolda Gardens/Reynolda Village.
100 Reynolda Village
Winston Salem 27106
Admission: Free 336-758-5593
While on former Reynolda Estate stroll the stunning Reynolda gardens. This spectacular gardens featuring brightly colored, seasonal vegetation are open daily and free to
public. Just outside the gardens in Reynolda Village, find charming specialty boutiques and restaurants. Imagine these shops being transformed from their original
structure as the estates dairy barn, school house, post office and chick coop.
Winston Salem Downtown Arts District
Find Trade Street I downtown Winston Salem and discover a haven or street art, local
galleries and discover chic boutiques’ filled with handcrafted items representing a
wide array of cultures. Dining, Body and soul retail Shop
Be sure to speak with the representatives from the Convention
Center and read their informational at the Meet and Greet
Program.
CBDWA OFFICERS 2015-2016
President
Tara Crumbie Zion Baptist Church Paris
Vice President
C B D W A
P . O . B o x 5 9 4
L e x i n g t o n , K Y
4 0 5 8 8
Recording Secretary
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C.B.D.W.A.
is National Cancer Survivors
DAY
VACANT
Corresponding Secretary
Treasurer
Cassandra Bunton First African Lexington
Vache’ King First Baptist Winchester
Financial Secretary
We’re on the Web:
www.cbdawomen.org
Valerie R. Taylor Historic Pleasant Green Lexington
Historian
Vicki Clark Broadway Baptist Church Winchester
Kimberly Bruton Evergreen Baptist Church Lexington
Health Care
Pianist
Renee Burns Historic Pleasant Green Lexington
Isabelle Mack –Centerville Baptist Lexington
Executive Board
Laura Childs
Corinthian Baptist Church Winchester
Diane Demus
Sherry Jackson
Cancer has touched so many of our lives in this
country and in our Consolidated District community. If you do not know a family member,
loved one, friend, co worker who has been
touched by this disease, you have certainly been
blessed. Many of us do know the pain watching
our loved ones suffer. In the same respect, many
of us know the joy of God’s grace and mercy of
witnessing our loved once triumphantly overcome this disease and endure as a cancer survivor.
National Cancer Survivors Day is an annual,
treasured Celebration of Life that is held in hundreds of communities nationwide, and around
the world, on the first Sunday in June. It is a
CELEBRATION for those who have survived,
an INSPIRATION for those recently diagnosed,
a gathering of SUPPORT for families, and an
OUTREACH to the community.
It is a day for everyone, whether you're a cancer
survivor, a family member, friend, or medical
professional. This day provides an opportunity
for all people living with a history of cancer –
including America’s more than 14.5 million cancer survivors – to connect with each other, celebrate milestones, and recognize those who
have supported them along the way. It is also
a day to draw attention to the ongoing challenges of cancer survivorship in order to promote more resources, research, and survivorfriendly legislation to improve cancer survivors’ quality of life.
Our Prayers are with Dr. Thomas H.
Peoples, Jr. during a recent illness
and wishing for speedy recovery.
First Baptist Versailles
Bethsaida Baptist Church Lexington
Elizabeth Owens
Shiloh Baptist Lexington
President’s Council
Hazel Compton
Jabez Baptist Lexington
Brenda Carter
Pamela Thompson
Bethsaida Baptist Lexington
Historic Pleasant Green Lexington
Elaine Farris
Roszalyn Akins
Elizabeth Baptist Richmond
First Baptist Bracktown Lexington
Valinda Livingston
Delma Peoples
Shiloh Baptist Lexington
Historic Pleasant Green Lexington
Ollie Raglin
First Baptist Stanford
Upcoming Events
CBDWA ANNUAL WOMEN’S RETREAT
WINSTON SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA
JUNE 15-18,2016
Prayer Breakfast
July 9, 2016
(Host Churches)
Bethel Baptist, Mt. Pisgah, Second Baptist and Washington Baptist
Rev. Terrance Taylor,
Bethel Baptist Church
Host Pastor
Consolidated Sunday School and BTU Convention
Annual Session
July 11-15, 2016
Shiloh Baptist Church
237 East Fifth Street
Lexington, KY
Rev. Joseph Owens, Host Pastor