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By Min. Victoria Smith

NAWCG Reflections: 2023 Revive & Rebuild 107th Annual Camp Meeting

 

It was wonderful, as always, to see and be a part of the meeting on Zion’s Hill. The entire Camp Meeting was uplifting and inspiring. The board members of the National Association’s Women (NAWCG) were active and participated each day, carrying out their assignments, volunteering where necessary or when asked, and doing all with grace, kindness, and excellence. Here are some of those activities:

 

  • Monday through Sunday, the NAWCG Board was in place to offer pray and intercede at the altar as assigned. (Prior to the camp meeting, we spoke with Pres. Copeland, youth night, and Pastor Lee, men’s day to also provide altar workers on their respective nights).

 

  • Tuesday through Saturday, a table was set up outside under the tent. The table was a place where we could meet with women and those who stopped by, letting them know about the NAWCG’s First Monday Prayer calls and our upcoming 2024 Convention. We also registered new members and sold T-shirts.

 

  • Tuesday morning was the Annual Women’s Prayer Breakfast. Over 80 women were in attendance. We listened to anointed speakers. There were 4 speakers who represented different generations of women who work in different vineyards in ministry. It was a great success in attendance and also as reported by the attendees.

 

  • Sunday through Sunday, there was a special room downstairs of the Sanctuary that was set up and made available to all.  It was the “Legacy Gallery”. We utilized the space we were assigned in a way that recognized women of the Church of God, past and present. It brought honor to women who have served our movement in various years over 107 years.

 

  • The women on our board chaired with excellence at three of the services during camp meeting. On Wednesday, Women’s Day, the speakers represented women well. They brought a word from God.

 

  • At our Annual Business meeting (our President Saundra attended through Zoom). We had about 20 women in attendance. Two new officers were elected, Nicole Reid as Secretary and Yvonne Holland as Director of Education. They will be seated in January 2024.

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