3rd Annual Passion to Purpose Brunch
Join Women Empowerment as we celebrate 7 YEARS of service. This is our 3rd Passion to Purpose Brunch and we’re excited to have Author Louis Collins and Caleb Stephens as guest speakers! This event is ideal for Women, Men, and Mature Teens.
This brunch as founded by Author LA logan in Little Rock, Arkansas. She asked the question, “Can you imagine how much we could shift the dynamics around us if we just band together for positive growth?”
Our desire should be to empower one another to first recognize the gift within and utilize to its full ...potential. If we all practice this act of love and kindness, nothing will be able to stop us from moving forward. We should be ambassadors for one another willing to broker a deal on behalf of our sister. We should be networking daily without reservation.
This brunch is designed to provide each of us with information and a networking opportunity that will help us move together From Passion to Purpose.
Tickets ($35) can be purchased by any of the organizers. Don't forget to bring a little cash for our Tie-Ality (Men Ties, Shoes, and Shirts) Raffle by suggested donation.
The meal will include; Honey Pecan Chicken, Oven Roasted New Potatoes, Fresh Asparagus w/ Lemon Butter Sauce, Dinner Roll and Assorted Cakes with Beverage by Aboud's Catering.
Your attendance will support the efforts of Women Empowerment, New Mount Zion, Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, El Shaddai Ministries, Asbury Mount Olive United Methodist Church and Virtuous She.
Questions? Call 785-256-0784 or email email@example.com
Louis M. Collins, Th.M
Elder Louis Collins is a native of Los Angeles, CA. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology in 2008 at Central Christian College, McPherson KS. He served as an employee at Central Christian College as a member of the resident life staff and assistant men’s basketball coach for four years.
He was called into ministry in 2009 and went on to get a Master of Arts degree in Children and Family ministry from Southwestern Assemblies of God University in 2011. Wanting to pursue a doctorate degree he also went on to get a second Masters degree in Practical Theology in 2014. Elder Collins currently resides in Wichita, Kansas and works full time as a member of Greater Pentecostal Church of God in Christ staff as the Church Administrator and Youth and Young Adult Pastor. Louis is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Ministry degree from Liberty University.
Collins has been blessed and favored to speak around the country at various men conferences, young adult retreats, youth explosions, college campus events, conventions and convocations. He is gifted in topics such as relationships, social justice, finding one’s purpose and young adult ministry dynamics. He has received countless awards and recognition for his service in the ministry and issues he addresses in the community.
He has written a book entitled “A Preacher’s Struggle” which details the struggles of his life as a rejected youth and how it led to a battle of sexual addiction. Louis is the director of Generation Missing Element (GME), a young adult ministry in Wichita, KS. He recently started an urban ministry called NewU ministries in which he conducts conferences and seminars around the country on relationships, spiritual and secular growth. This ministry has a variety of speakers and writers associated with it and its goal is to bring conferences and events to various cities to spread the Gospel as well as build believers and help them walk into the newness of life.
This ministry desires to continually give back to the community as it continues to grow. Elder Collins has a heart for people and has aspirations to be a great writer, philanthropist and most of all servant of God.
Caleb Stephens, LMSW
Caleb Stephens is a LMSW (Licensed Master Social Worker) and a LAC (Licensed Addictions Counselor). He graduated from Bethel College, Kansas, in 2011, and graduated from the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare in 2014. Caleb worked in Child Welfare as a Reintegration Case Manager and then a Intensive In-Home Therapist,from 2011 through 2014. He is an activist for Social Justice, an Intersectional Feminist, and specializes in Intrapersonal Conflict, Identity, and the different intersectionalities of Race, Substance Abuse, Coping, and Hope; he implements those through his company called IdentiFight. Consequential to Caleb's formerly noted foci he is competent in specialized work encompassing the Black Narrative. His emphasis centers around the understanding of Safety, Truth, and Hope. He utilizes various sources of strength and connection, to create safe spaces to empower authentic, intentional Truths. Caleb enjoys working out, writing, speaking on various issues, and pouring into the Lawrence and University of Kansas community. Oh, and he loves food. Caleb is also involved in Sister's With Another Purpose and a core leader in Black Lives Matter-LFK.
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