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ENDOW a call to empower holy women for holy living

SUMMER 2015

19th Annual Women’s Conference

Empowering Women for Holy Living Through Love, Fasting & Prayer

What Does It Mean to be Sanctified? A Three Part Series on Sanctification

Dr. Bridget Plair

International Purity Department Assistant President

Randy Sandifer Nobel Peace Prize Nomination

Operation One Million

Official Magazine of the Women’s Department | Mississippi Southern First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction | COGIC


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ENDOW is the official magazine of the Women’s Department MSFEJ COGIC. A prominent frontline resource in the call to empower holy women for holy living, this platform highlights the activated vision of the Women’s Department. Our pledge is to provide you with the tools, words of encouragement, wisdom, and insight that will empower you, as lovely ladies of the lord, to live a life of inspiration, pleasing unto the Lord.


From the Supervisor Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up. Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; Beareth all things, beliveth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things. 1 Corinthinans 13:4-7, Love ye one another, for God is Love.

Throughout this message of hope resonates through Christendom with love and kindness. Imparting the necessity of LOVE, it is unequivocally the standard of holiness and sanctification. Waving high is a banner of unconditional compassion. God sets forth this as the measure of LOVE that we must show forth to others. People of God I adjure you to love, unconditionally. If we say that we are of God, and love not, then we are not truth-tellers, and not of God. In this season, I admonish you as lovely ladies of the lord to empower one another through love, prayer, and fasting. Embody the characteristics of Christ both personally and professionally so that your light will draw others to Christ in love and without dissimulation. Your Servant In Christ,

Mother Frankie Davis Murray Jurisdiction Women’s Supervisor


Table of Contents

Featured Articles

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Operation One Million Restoration of Jurisdictional Headquarters

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Let Therefore Purity Reign An interview with newly appointed International Purity Department Assistant President, Dr. Bridget Plair

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19th Annual Women’s Conference Conference Highlights

In Every Issue From the Supervisor A Charge to Love

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Editorial The Adversity of the Pearl

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Unity Meeting 2015 Recap of the Day’s inspiring and insightful events

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Units & Bands Overview of Elders & Ministers Wives Circle and the Single & Saved Ministry

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Nobel Peace Prize Nomination Army Reserve Sgt. Randy Sandiifer, (COGIC member) has been nominated for a Nobel Prize for his environmental work in Iraq

In Honor & Memory Celebrating the Life & Labor Missionary Lee Mae Hall Superintendent Ozell Coburn

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Sanctification: Three Part Series on Sanctification

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Editorial

The Adversity of the Pearl As a natural pearl begins its life inside an

oyster's shell when an intruder, such as a grain of sand or bit of floating food, slips in between one of the two shells of the oyster. In order to protect itself from irritation, the oyster will quickly begin covering the uninvited visitor with layers of nacre — the mineral substance that fashions the mollusk's shells. Layer upon layer of nacre, also known as mother-of-pearl, coat the grain of sand until the iridescent gem is formed. (This process is also commercialized, where oysters are injected with sand, etc to produce the same effect, a cultured pearl).

Just as the oyster has a mechanism to protect

against adversity, God protects us from adversities and obstacles, turning them into “good” (Romans 8:28).Joseph can testify (Genesis 37: 18-36), what the enemy meant for evil, God turned it around for good. Just as the potter molds the clay, and the refiner purifies gold through the fire, adversities yield results that are pure and flawless.

These processes of transformation and

transitions are not always complimentary, or without pain and sacrifice. However, God is in control and like the oyster, he continues to cover us with love, gives us discernment

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through his spirit, power to rise above the problems, and soar into victory.

Now comes the birth of the Endow Magazine.

Envisioned out of a burden to empower the women of God through love, with an increased desire to live holy and mission minded; yielding the fruit of the spirit (But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law - Galatians 5:22-23). And now we render to you the tools to grow in the power of God through the Holy Ghost.


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Women’s Unity Meeting 2015

Women’s Department | Mississippi Southern First Jurisdiction

As always. a motivational and encouraging address to all delegates. “Remain steadfast within the boundaries of holiness.” Mother Murray spoke words of wisdom to the married ladies to remain faithful in all fashions of their daily walk. She reminded the widowed and singles to hold high the banner of holiness so that it continues to invoke the glory of God. She showed great passion for the work of the cross, that we should be leaders in the highways and bi-ways, compelling men to come to Christ.

Setting the example, the District Missionaries worked in groups to ensure spiritual and informative classes. Developed with care and highlighted with the corresponding theme of love, these anointed women of God imparted wisdom on loving unconditionally, just as God did with the giving of his son, Jesus for the redemption of man. The men’s workshop, facilitated by Elder Billy Brown, focused on health awareness. It included information on a range of health issues such as diabetes, hypertension, and prostate cancer.

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Sunshine Band Choir Day July 25, 2015 11:00 am

Davis Temple COGIC, Jurisdictional Headquarters 1700 Dalton Street | Jackson, MS 39204

District District District District District District District District District District District District District District

1 Denise Thaggard 2 Bernolia Laster 3 Sophia Simpson 4 Liza Magee 5 Tricia Lewis 6 Barbara Daily 7 Greta Williams 8 Vacant 9 Jasmine Hardy 10 Lois Johnson 11 Nollie Smith 12 Stephanie Harris 13 Shelia Easter 14 Vacant

Mother Judy Norwood, Jurisdictional Sunshine Band President


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Operation One Million “DELAYED BUT NOT DENIED”, and NOT DEFEATED.

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We are moving forward with the vision for the jurisdiction. The word of God states, that we must be concerned about the house of God. Hag 1:4 Is it time for you, O ye, to dwell in your cieled houses, and this house lie waste? What is our answer?

Pulling into the east and west parking lots of our jurisdictional headquarters, an overwhelming feeling of shame and embarrasment lay upon my heart. Almost immediately, the words of Haggai, the prophet, ring in my spirit, “Is it time for you, O ye to dwell in your cieled houses, and this house lie waste?”. Remembering the years where I would hope that the buildings occupying the remainder of the west parking lot block were removed, now reveal the manifestation of answered prayers; they are no longer there, yet this house lies in waste. The lot is unkempt and admist the complaints of inadequate parking during our jurisdictional assemblies, it is a grave annoyance. As the prophet Haggai gave the word of the Lord to the remnant in Jerusalem, so has this word been given to me (Haggai 1:1-4). Seeking guidance in how to move forth in restoring “these walls”, I began to pray. With the answer in hand and the

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support of our jurisdictional prelate, Bishop Hollis Musgrove, we are moving forward. Operation One Million is the collective effort of the jurisdiction: every church, member, man, woman and child to gather together in rebuilding this house of God. Divided into phases, our initial mission is to pave the parking lots and beautify the grounds. Kicking off this campaign is the Operation One Million Age Rally. It is an event that allows everyone to participate in giving at their respective age levels ($1.00 per each year ex: age=20; donation amount $20.00). The Shivers McAdory Murray Foundation has been established as the solictor for this project. Just as I am, these anointed women of God, held positions as the supervisors for this great jurisdiction. (Mother Ruthie Shivers, Mother R V McAdory, and myself). They also shared visions of greatness for our church. We will honor them through this foundation that will receive funds to enhance the work. |ENDOW|


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Jurisdiction Headquarters: Davis Temple Church of God In Christ; Image top: left parking lot sideview Image above: street view (north) Image right: front temple view Image below front facing left parking lot Images Courtesey of GoogleMaps

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District Purity Ladies #1 Missionary Dacia Green Hunley #2 Missionary Lynette Chancellor #3 Missionary Angela McSwain #4 Sister Michelle Commodore #7 Sister Carrie Cruthirds #9 Sister Jackie Johnson #10 Sister Judy Williams/ Sister Melissa Young #11 Sister Kim Jackson #12 VACANT #13 Missionary Barbara Gray #14 Missionary Charlie Hilliard Images courtesey of Publications Department


Pu r i ty Re i g n! From Puritan to Trailblazer, district, jurisdiction and international platforms, Dr. Bridget Plair has dedicated over 55 years of servitude to the mission of providing a wholesome environment for youth development. She embraces this newly appointed role with humbleness, honor, and humility.

ENDOW: We are extremely excited and proud to have another one of our own representing the Jurisdiction on the national platform. As the newly appointed International Purity Department Assistant President, how has this impacted your life and what are your goals? DR. PLAIR: The appointment is one that I am humbled by. I am elated to have been given an opportunity to serve in this capacity. It is not something that I can say I worked to obtain, in that it was not my intentional goal, but I am deeply honored that my labor has afforded me this platform. I look forward to doing even greater things in the national department with an even greater impact. My goals are to strengthen the programs that are currently in place in an effective effort to propel our youth both spiritually and educationally. ENDOW: You have served faithfully as our Jurisdictional Purity Lady and have done an awesome job in helping to continue the work of this ministry. What is the vision for the Jurisdiction Purity Department? DR. PLAIR: Working in the department for many years allowed me to experience first-hand the things that worked and those that needed to

Dr. Plair along with Mother Cotton (International Purity Department President) and National Purity Ladies

be strengthened. The vision therefore is and has always been an extension of our national church. We are to empower and equip our youth to become well-rounded and balanced individuals whose lives are dedicated to living a saved and sanctified lifestyle. ENDOW: What words would you give to today’s Puritans? DR. PLAIR: Our youth of today need encouragement through a variety of resources and forums that resonate the message of hope. With every encounter, I have a personal mission to spread the message to never give up. It is carried over platforms concerning their education, their ambitions, and their commitment to living a holy lifestyle. I want the Puritans to always be encouraged; to understand that trials come and it’s not always easy, but that’s what makes the reward greater and in due time you will see God manifest himself. |ENDOW|


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19th Annual

Women’s Conference

Women’s Department | Mississippi Southern First Jurisdiction

Held May 16, 2015 - Dillon Hill COGIC, Tylertown, MS

The anointing filled the atmosphere as the Region 4 Women’s Choir sang, and the awe-inspiring testimony of Mother Betty Franklin (District 5 First Lady) moved the congregation to tears of joy and gladness. She testified of her health challenge and the doctors’ diagnosis of her future physical condition as bedridden. Her unwavering faith in God as a healer empowered her consistent request for a wheel chair. In spite of the diagnosis that she would be confined to a bed; she attended this year’s conference manuevering the wheel chair, herself, to the front of the church to give her testimony. Afterwards the choir rendered a song of praise, leading the way to the Love Showers March. Missionaries, laity ladies, and department leaders marched to the tune of “This is the Church of God In Christ”, excited and exuberantly holding high our Women’s Department banner. Guest Speaker, District Missionary Erma Brent (McComb District Mississippi Second Southern Jurisdiction) gave the unadulterated word of God.

(left to right) District Missionary Gail Fulgham - Jurisdictional Conference Coordinator; District Missionary Marie Walker (4) Host District; Districrt Missionary Jessie Walker (13) - Supporting District; Not Pictured District Missionary Maybelle Jackson (5) Supporting District

She admonished the lovely ladies of the Lord to hold fast to holiness; love without dissimulation, and keep the unity of the spirit of God. She left no stones unturned as she inspired and motivated everyone. Remarks were given by the honoree, Mother Frankie Davis Murray, Supervisor. She thanked everyone for their sacrifice and poured from her heart a vision for the jurisdictional headquarters. Everyone was very receptive and cheered her on in this dynamic move of God, for the jurisdiction. Ending this event could not have been more elegant than entering into the dining room for the feast. Decorated in conference colors, yellow and white, pictures alone could not do justice to this Photos Courtsey of Elder LeRonald Murray

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handiwork. It was beautiful. Adding to the scenery, the southern menu consisting of succelent smoked chicken, an array of side dishes and delectable homemade cakes, were very pleasing to the pallet. A special thanks goes out to all conference officials, hospitality workers, office and administration, greeters, cooks, decorators, janitorial workers, and attendees for the success of the Mississippi Southern First 2015 Jurisdictional Women’s Conference. We also want to give a special thanks to Host: District Superintendent Gene Smith (4), Supporting: District Superintendent Odell Franklin (5), and District Superintendent Jerry Walker (13). |ENDOW|

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Above: Guest Speaker, District Missionary Erma Brent, Below: Image of Dining Hall; Lower Right: Mother Bobbie Smith First Lady District Four & Dillon Hill Church of God In Christ

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NOBEL PEACE PRIZE NOMINATION Mississippi. He was sent as a n ad m i nist rative clerk wit h t he 412t h T heater Engi neer Com ma nd, but he volu nteered to work wit h t he soil lab a nd t he envi ron ment al team, clea n i ng up pollut a nts lef t by U.S. forces. It was his work testi ng hyd roca rbon levels nea r t he local water supply at I raq’s notor ious Abu Gh raib pr ison t hat got him nomi nated for t he Nobel Peace Pr ize. Sa nd ifer poi nts out in add ition to m ist reat ment of people, t he envi ron ment also suffered. He d id not receive t he Nobel Pr ize t his yea r, however his Sgt. Randy Sandifer and others in his unit evaluate name will remai n on t he list to be considered on next yea r. soil samples in Abu Ghraib prison in 2005.

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ot her Sa nd ifer at t r ibutes, just as Ra ndy does, t he teachi ngs of her late husba nd, Deacon Willie Sa nd ifer a nd t he chu rch for Ra ndy’s success. She says t hat t he pastor a nd members at Mt. Zion COGIC i n Pi nola, MS (home chu rch) helped to sust ai n t hem a nd t hey t r usted God for ever y t hi ng.

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Holy Women of Courage: Moving forward with fasting, prayer, faith & wisdom

Our Mission

Remain in harmony, teaching and minding the same things through the church. Each one reach one through every man, woman, boy and girl.


Units & Bands Elder & Ministers Wives Circle Women of God Committed to Christ’s Extreme Sacrifice

Missionary Linda Winn Jurisdiction President

Elders and Ministers Wives are servants of the local church and are strong supporters of the ministry. They are an example for laywomen in following the teaching of holiness, modesty of dress, and always display a meek and humble spirit. They also take on the spirit of evangelism in the event that their husband’s ministry leads to the evangelist field. Under the leadership of Jurisdiction President, Missionary Linda Winn, the women of this ministry are given a platform of fellowship, prayer, and encouragement to carry out their committment to Christ’s extreme sacrifice.

Single & Saved Ministry

Sister Angela Moore Jurisdiction President

The Single and Saved Ministry has a new President in the person of Sister Angela Moore, a member of the Mary Temple COGIC in Brookhaven, MS under the leadership of Pastor Anthony Norwood. *Wife of the Late Pastor Garrett Moore., *Proud parent of Kaitlin Moore. She aspires to one day own and operate a facility to serve at-risk

youths and single parents (Rivers of Living Water Ministry). Her plans for the Jurisdictional Single and Saved Ministry is to grow activities, and increase programs that will be beneficial both naturally and spiritually to saved singles (singles, divorcees, and widows) and share experiences, derived from living a life pleasing to Christ.


Church Secretaries’ Guild Administration in Excellence

Missionary Ada McGill, President

The Mississippi Southern First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction COGIC Women’s Department Church Secretary’s Guild is a non-profit, professional networking, church secretaries educational organization. Our mission is to provide leadership  development, educational resources and the necessary tools that aid your church  adminsitration to operate with  professionalism and in excellence.

Membership exclusive to all  MSFEJ-COGIC church secretaries  (in good standing) including the following positions: • Administrative Assistants • Executive Secretaries • Executive Assistants • Legal Assistants • Office Managers


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What does it mean to b

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Sanctification is the process of allowing the holy character of God to be m -James A. Fowler-

According to scripture, to be sanctified means “to be set apart” from sin to righteousness (2 Corinthians 6: 14-18). It is the internal transformation of one’s character to that of the character of Christ. This transformation is now reflected in our outward appearance not only in character but deeds and actions. In order to be “set apart” sanctified, we must recognize, cleanliness, holiness, or living free from sin. Sin is described in the Bible as transgression of the law of God. 1Jn 3:4 Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law. For the sake of not delving into a theological discussion about the levels of sin, we will leave the definition as such. When one is set apart from sin they are in the perpetual process of sanctification. Sanctification is a continual process that conforms us into the image of the Son of God 1Co 6:11 And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God. This rings true for us as saints of God; Rom 8:29 For whom he did foreknow, he also did predestinate to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brethren. Col 3:10 states, And have put on the new man, which is renewed in knowledge after the image of him that created him: “put on the new man who is ENDOW MAGAZINE • ISSUE 1

renewed in knowledge according to the image of Him who created him.” Therefore we must equate living sanctified with living free from transgressing the law of God. There is much confusion concerning holiness, righteousness, entire sanctification and victory over sin. The confusion stems from the fact that many professing to be saints have been indoctrinated with false doctrines. They have been told lies about what God expects from His people and what God's power can do in the life of a true believer. Many of those who fill the church each week are presented with a self-defeating message that they need to be free from sin But they are told that achieving true godliness, holiness, righteousness or sanctification here on earth is an impossibility. People are told that


be “sanctified”?

manifested in the behavior of regenerated men.

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Christ has made them a new creation, and yet they are told they will continue to sin until they die. However, according to the Scriptures true believers are empowered by God to live a life of true holiness, free of sin. Below, we will examine what the Bible says about holiness, righteousness, and sanctification of a true believer. Holiness, righteousness or sanctification does NOT rely on human works. Make no mistake, we are saved by grace through faith. Often, when the truth is preached about living a truly holy life free from all sin, the preacher is accused of “legalism” or a doctrine of “salvation by works.” This is NOT what we believe. We believe the Bible when it says that we

are saved by grace apart from our own works (Eph. 2:8-9), while at the same time, “faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead” (James 2:17) because true saving faith produces fruit of righteousness. If we are righteous it is not of our own power or godliness, but it is because Christ makes us a new creation. “Therefore, if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature; old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new” (II Cor. 5:17). God makes us a new creature and ALL things are new. |ENDOW|

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“For this is the will of God even your sanctification. That every one of you should know how to possess his vessel in sanctification and honour.” I Thessalonians 4:3-4 “Wash you, make you clean; put away the evil of your doings from before mine eyes; cease to do evil.” Isaiah 1:16 .

• We attain sanctification through presenting our members as servants (literally slaves) to righteousness and becoming ourselves bondservants unto Christ. • Sanctification follows justification. In justification our sins are completely forgiven in Christ. • Sanctification is the process by which the Holy Spirit makes us more like Christ in all that we do, think and desire. • True sanctification is impossible apart from the atoning work of Christ on the cross because only after our sins are forgiven can we begin to lead a holy life. Content Excerpt Courtesey of Department of Evangelism COCIC International Basic Training Manual


Operation One Million

JURISDICTION PARKING LOT PAVING & BUILDING RENOVATIONS

S h i v e r s , M c A d o r y, M u r r ay Fo u n d a t i o n

Send all donations and make checks payable to:

Shivers, McAdory, Murray Foundation P O Box 8331 | Jackson, MS 39284


In Honor & Loving Memory Missionary Lee Mae Moore-Hall, born February 18, 1921, and passed away on March 12, 2015. What a rich sanctified life she lived. Her life, as most wasn’t always easy, but God had a plan. Early years were spent in Bude, MS, but later moved to Natchez, MS to live with her grandmother after the demise of her mother as a toddler. She had to grow up quickly as a teenager, as she says, because of her “gift”, son Robert (Bob) Summersville; and God had a plan. In 1948 she met Deacon Ulysses Hall, (now deceased) and according to Missionary Hall, her spiritual journey began. Their marriage begin with Deacon Hall accepting Christ, at St, John COGIC, in Crosby , MS. He assured her that she would accept Christ also. It took her a while, but God sent Prophet Bivens, who told her God’s plan for her life; she accepted Christ, and “ Took my stand for Holiness,” for the rest of her life. Filled with the Holy Ghost, she was propelled into the ministry. She taught herself to read by reading the Bible. Appointed an Evangelist Missionary, she conducted revivals from New York City to Dallas, TX. She has worked in many capacities in the local church, district, and jurisdiction, fondly known as “the preacher’s helper”. She was a member of St. John COGIC, Crosby, MS for over 50 years.

Missionary Lee Mae Moore-Hall

Superintendent Ozell Coburn was born in Winston County, Mississippi on November 17, 1938, to the late Elbert and Estella Coburn. He received his education at Noxapater Vocational H.S., where he graduated April 23, 1959. His life’s journey moved him from his roots at the Center Ridge M.B. Church of Louisville, MS at an early age to the Center Hill Church of God in Christ, pastored by the late Elder G.W. Harris; later under the leadership of the late Superintendent Isaac Harris. He had great distinction particularly in the Sunday School department and served as a deacon. After many years he heard the clarion call of God to preach, whereas he served as a minister for several years, and was later ordained an Superintendent Elder by Bishop Theodore Davis. Bishop Davis, in 1987 appointed him pastor at Ozell Coburn the Paradise Church of God in Christ (Meridian, MS). Supt. Coburn served with great commitment and humility there for 27 years. In August of 2010, upon the passing of Supt. Harris, Bishop Hollis Musgrove returned him home to Center Hill COGIC as pastor. Though he only pastored there for four and a half years, he impacted the lives of many. Supt. Coburn also served in District 12 as District Chairman and District Sunday School Superintendent. He was also appointed as Jurisdictional Sunday School Superintendent, where he served for 19 years. Married to the former Marjorie Hathorn, a union that lasted for over 55 years; parents of five children Tyrone Hickman (Patricia), Perry Coburn (who preceded him in death), Edward Coburn (Angie), Cassandra Coburn, and Janice Haynes (Travis).


Jurisdictional District Missionaries Women who help to make the sacrifice‌ District 1

District 8

District Missionary Gail Fulgham District Superintendent Emanuel Lang

District Missionary Annie Jordan District Superintendent Richard Lee District 9 District Missionary Clinese Roberts

District 2 District Missionary Nancee Scott District Superintendent George Murray

District Superintendent Bobbie Henson

District 3

District 10 District Missionary Shirley Ward District Superintendent Abraham Jones

District Missionary Dorothy Heidelberg District Superintendent Tom McCain

District 4 District Missionary Marie Walker District Superintendent Gene Smith

District 5 District Missionary Maybelle Jackson District Superintendent Odell Franklin

District 6 District Missionary Annie Johnson District Superintendent Kippy Paige

District 7 District Missionary Ollie Powell District Superintendent J R Williams

District 11 District Missionary Virginia Marie Taylor District Superintendent Marcus Butler District 12 District Missionary Rosie Harris Vacant District 13 District Missionary Jessie Walker District Superintendent Jerry Walker District 14 District Missionary Delois Dennis District Superintendent Larry Weems


Women of the Church of God In Christ Like women in the days of old who dared to live for Christ who gave themselves for Jesus and proved it with a life. Today we are the same we’ve come in Jesus Name. We are women of the Church Of God In Christ.   We’re women from everywhere of the Church of God in Christ. We praise God anywhere because we live the life We travel far and near we make the sacrifice   We are women of the Church of God in Christ. At the time of this printing, author of song unknown. Official Song of the International COGIC Women’s Department


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