Diamond In The Rough
Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Diamond In The Rough play was written about domestic violence inside the church concerning The Bishop and The First Lady. This play demonstrates that domestic violence happens everywhere, there are no exceptions. This play provides healing and deliverance for all people that has ever been a victim of domestic violence. This play also is an awareness to those who have not experienced or ever been involved with domestic violence. The cause for the play is to help raise money for transtioning foster kids back to their families to have a better and healthier lifestyle through counseling, mentoring, nutrition, and love.
When & Where
Apostle Deborah Taylor and Elder Athena Smith
Apostle Deborah Taylor founder of Blessed Are The People Outreach Ministry which was founded in 1997. Blessed Are The People focus was on woman and children to help in finding housing, replaced things that were lost due to a fire. Also providing counseling, mentoring and a free program for Saturday Academy which was associated with Duke University students improving grades up by 90%. I founded Michael Taylor Foundation to help the children with back to school supplies, christmas gifts, clothes, food, toys for the children and their parents. I have a Degree in Early Childhood Education/Special Ed Education. Owner and operator Daycare for 35 years, Foster parent for 3 years.
Elder Athena Smith has been in the ministry for 20 years in the Tabernacle of The Enlightened Church of God Inc. God uses me through the ministry of Helps in helping people to become self sufficent. God has blessed me to be the founder of People Helping People Multi Services Inc. with a cleaning business and providing housing for those in transitioning in need of housing in the community. I have a BSW in Social Work.