VCC Continues to Celebrate Women’s HerStory Month
Upland, CA-- In recognition and celebration of Women’s History “HerStory” Month, the Women’s Fellowship of Victory Community Church (VCC) will host their Annual Women’s Celebration Series. Along with the weekly celebration series, several other activities are scheduled throughout the month of March.
"Women on the Move for God," will be the theme as Victory Community Church (VCC) continues with their 2018 Women’s HerStory Month Celebration at their 9:30am services on Sunday, March 25, 2018.
Slated to bring a dynamic Word of God is none other than VCC's First Lady Kimberly Morrow, who has spent than 25 years addressing major corporations, organizations, and Christian audiences across the United States and around the world.
Kimberly Morrow daily lives her passion of helping people to excel to their God-ordained destinies. Known for her warm, dynamic, upbeat and effervescent communication-style, her ministry is inspired by one of her favorite biblical scriptures, Philippians 4:8; whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.
She has trained and/or coached more than 5,000 people to new levels of personal excellence and success and has also hosted several highly-acclaimed, nationally-syndicated radio talk shows including "The Radio Boardroom."
With a passion for championing those who have dedicated their own lives to making a positive difference in their community, she is the creator and facilitator of the "Mandela's Way Leadership Development Training," and has raised more than $10 million in sponsorship for worthy community causes. She has received of more than 50 political commendations and certificates and her own humanitarian work has taken her around the world, with her twice being invited to attend the Nobel Peace Ceremonies in Oslo, Norway.
Today her life seems light years from a childhood that was marred by the atrocities of the foster care system. It was through that challenging experience she became committed to serving those who are trapped and doesn't seem to see a way out. She coped by becoming an overachiever in school, winning academic awards and the approval of her teachers and as an adult, by working hard to be successful as a professional and entrepreneur.
"But nothing seemed to work until I accepted Jesus as my personal Lord and Savior," said Kim.
“Because of Him, my mess became my message, my test became my testimony and victimhood became my victory -- freeing me to use my own life experiences to motivate, educate, uplift, encourage and inspire others to walk in discovering their God-ordained purpose and living the life of their dreams”, she continued.
The celebration will take place at the church’s worship center at 2009 Porterfield Way Suite F, Upland, CA 91786.
For more information or directions please contact the church office at (909) 981-1195.
By IVN Staff Writer