Savannah Inner City Aglow Lighthouse will hold their Monthly Fellowship Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. at 714 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. refreshments will be served. The Lighthouse Fellowship Meeting will start promptly at 12 noon. Huxsie Scott will be the worship leader. The special guest speaker will be Pastor Helen Esther Emeh.
Pastor Helen Esther Emeh is an extraordinary teacher of the word of God and an anointed breakthrough and deliverance minister. She lives to obey the voice of God and answer to his every beckoning call. In the year 2000 the Lord called her to ministry, and after much soul searching, she answered the call. Her life and ministry exemplifies power and authority of an effective vessel for ministry. She is an end time prophetic voice for the Body of Christ.
Pastor Helen Emeh was born in Lagos, Nigeria, where she received her early education. She was further educated in Caleb Nigeria. As she aimed for excellence to be effective for God’s purpose, she attained a Bachelors of Science degree in Environmental Studies, and afterwards received graduate credits in Health Administration at Georgia Southern University. She served as an educator for Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools System, teaching Science and Social Science to elementary and middle school students. It was there she witnessed and experienced God’s love for humanity.
Do not underestimate or allow yourself to feel that there is no hope for you. Come to hear this dynamic testimony of how Pastor Helen allowed the Lord to change and shape her life to make her a vessel, fit for the Master’s use. If you have questions about your purpose or feel a void in your life that seemingly cannot be filled, or perhaps feel that you need prayer, then join us next week for this appointed time.
For additional information, please contact one of the following: Mary C. Williams, President: (912) 354- 2010; Leila Jones, Photography: (912) 232-4031; Hostesses: Ruthie Sears (912) 507-2522 & Barbara Howard (912) 232-5363. If you would like to learn more about Aglow International Ministries, visit the web at www.aglow.org.