|Posted by PJH on September 22, 2010 at 8:49 PM|
Greetings to all of you. A lot of life has happened which has delayed me continuing my blog. It has all been dynamic and the Lord is busy moving Global Projects to greater heights. We find ourselves going places that only the Lord has set up for us. We are developing our young girls program, Girls with Great Potential which is reaching out to churches and local schools.
We are establishing relationships to help mentor these future leaders to excel in all they do and remind them of who they and to value themselves. Our partnerships and collaborations have been very benefical to the growth spiritually for these young girls. We are delving into the possibility of GWGP II for the girls 13 and up, they are wanting to continue with us and we have to advance our thinking to continue the educational enrichment as they enter into adolescent. We have some women on board willing to invest in these girls and 2011 will be a tremendous year of growth and progress for Girls with Great Potential.
I am so excited about the fact the founder and president of Global Projects will represent us at the 2010 Lausanne World Congress in Cape Town, South Africa. What an honor for Dr. Sabrina Black to be personally invited and to give Global Projects a newer platform to share with the world what we do and reach out to the countries we have visited and build new relationships with new countries we have yet to visit.
Our prayers surround Dr. Black who has labored for 20 years in missions and gave life to Global Projects 10 years ago. We will also celebrate our 10 years with a banquet fundraiser on December 3, 2010 at the Silver Garden Events Center in Southfield, Michigan. This will be an opportunity to reflect on where we have come from. All who love and know Dr. Black I hope will come and share this event with her for she is truely a women on a mission with purpose and passion.
I have to say that living this kind of life has it rewards and challenges, but knowing that we are serving God and answering the Matthew 28 call makes it all worth while.