Parkersburg church to host girls’s revival convention
PARKERSBURG — It’s a day for the women April 13 at the 14th Ave. Gospel Mission in Parkersburg.
A women’s revival convention is scheduled at the church from 9 a.M.-three p.M., in step with conference organizer Kim Rittenhouse.
Registration begins at eight a.M. And ladies can stroll-in sign in the day of the conference. The fee is $20 a person.
Women can sign in online at thegospelmission.Com or can name for reservation statistics at 740-350-8774. The church is placed at 4124 14th Ave. In south Parkersburg.
The subject matter for the event is “Fear… You don’t have personal me…,” in step with Rittenhouse.
“You can’t activate the television for 5 minutes in which you don’t see violence,” she stated. “Fear consumes us, and it’s miles paralyzing. Fear continues us awake at night time. Fear maintains us from being the man or woman God intended us to be.”
Speakers for the occasion are Kay Grose, Christina Douglas, LeAnn Bates, and Missi Burch.
“There’s going to be some uplifting track. However there are going to be a few powerful dramas,” Rittenhouse said. “There’s going to be dramas at the topics along with suicide, leaving domestic, awful selections, despair, Can I stroll the Christian Walk.
“A lot of human beings received’t attempt to stroll the Christian Walk due to the fact they don’t suppose they can do it and it frightens them,” she said. “I love it that our savior becomes very frightened approximately what waited on him and he agonized approximately it, yet confronted it and went on the move willingly for us.
“As ladies, we have some fears, issues over our youngsters, jobs, finances and just turning on the TV to peer the form of the sector we now live in,” she said. “Some girls are unmarried mother and father. I need human beings to realize we do no longer should face those fears by myself; Jesus is going earlier than us and makes a manner; he knows that we are frightened. However, he says we can believe him. We do not have to be paralyzed with fear; it does not need to personal us…we have been offered with a price.”
About the audio system:
* Kay Grose: Grose retired most these days from Ohio Valley University after five years in which she served in the departments of Admissions and Advancement. Before OVU, she served as Director of Marketing for Charton Management Inc. For 21 years.
Grose has been married to her husband, Rick, for 45 years. She is the mother of three sons and seven grandchildren.
* Christina Douglas: A spouse and mother, she has been married to her husband, JT, for 18 years. She is the mom of 3 girls, Tori (16), Carly (14) and Natalie (12). She is a worker of the Bureau of the Fiscal Service and works inside the schooling workplace.
She attends River Valley Community Church and is a member of the praise groups for River Valley and the assimilation train for the Mid-Ohio Valley Celebrate Recovery, that is a biblical 12-step restoration software.
* LeAnn Bates: Bates is an authorized counselor and offers therapy for people starting from age three to 93.
Bates hosts training regarding melancholy, tension, child development, abuse, and spirituality, in step with counselingandwellnesscenter.Com. Her purpose is to encourage humans to heal spiritually and mentally while life’s reviews and challenges seem to be overwhelming.
She is a grandmother to three grandchildren.
* Melissa Burch: Married to the pastor of the 14th Ave. Gospel Mission Tim Burch for 32 years and is the mom of 3 daughters and the grandmother of two. Burch has a deep interest in Women and Children’s ministry and currently become a part of the High on Hope Philippines Mission Trip. She turned into born and raised in Akron, Ohio