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Come to conference to empower women to reach higher heights

The missionary ministry of Zion Hill No. 1 Baptist Church has been busy planning our conference to empower women both mentally and spiritually to reach higher heights.

There is no limit of what you can achieve when you are equipped with the right tools, the right attitude and the right plan to win eternal life. This is what the conference is all about.

Sister Anna L. Tillage is the speaker for the conference. She is all geared up to challenge her audience on who are they busy for. She believes working for God is more valuable than working for man. The reward is heaven bound.

The missionary ministry is excited about the conference.

Missionary president Patricia Carroll believes this conference will be the best ever. Greater Mount Bethel Baptist Church from Vidalia will render the music. Sister Nia Day is the musician of this great choir.

The mission of the conference is to harness the power of God and spread the word that Jesus is the answer. It will be life changing for many, both men and women. It will be a morning full of meaningful insights you will not forget.

Pastor J.W. Pickett, First Lady Minerva Pickett and the Zion Hill No.1 Baptist Church family invites Natchez and the Miss-Lou to join them from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 27 for this conference.

Program guide for this event is Sister Anna Montgomery from Woodville. This conference is for all who want to deepen their faith and explore what faith is all about.

It’s your conference — don’t miss it. All roads lead to 349 Lower Woodville Road ay 9 a.m. Saturday.

See you there. Lunch will be served.

Lynda Joe Williams is a member of Zion Hill No.1 Baptist Church.

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