Global Projectâ€™s Founder Going to South Africa as delegate to The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization 2010
Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow! Global Projects for Hope, Help and Healing founder and president, Dr. Sabrina Black has been nationally selected to be among 4,000 world delegates at the Lausanne III Movement World Congress on Evangelism and Missions. She is one of 40 African Americans selected to attend this invitation only event. What an honor and privilege it will be for her to serve representing us. To learn more about this event or join the Global Link conversations visit: www.lausanne.org Sabrina will be traveling to Cape Town, South Africa on October 13-25, 2010 among 200 countries represented as they discuss critical issues which impact evangelism worldwide. Saving souls and seeing lives transformed is the heart beat of Dr. Black. This congress will address world evangelism confronting the critical issues of our time, as well as other faiths, poverty, HIV/AIDS, and persecution to name a few. Sabrina, a resident of Detroit, international author, speaker, professor and therapist is thrilled to represent Global Projects who has been in the mission work for over 10 years. Global Projects Mission Teams have traveled to parts of the West Indies, Africa, Central America and Europe taking the gospel of hope and healing to people under-represented and underserved; being their voice and pleading their cause for access to world resources. She is an advocate for those sold into human trafficking, the new slavery, children who do not have access to education, economic empowerment for women by helping to develop business avenues to care for their families, leadership development, counseling and crisis intervention as well as relief work in war torn and disaster areas. Dr. Black is not a stranger to helping the hurting and works diligently to teach and preach how to be more anchored and stabilized in their lives with the Word and counseling resources. Dr. Blackâ€™s international travels have given her a front seat view to the importance of sharing the good news of the gospel to those in third world countries. Through the work of Global Projects she has supported clergy by giving books and bibles, preached to those imprisoned, provided food, clothes, medicine to orphanages, missions houses, churches and associations. She is tireless in what she has accomplished on the local and international front. She looks forward to the Lausanne evangelism dialogue as well as engaging many from all over the world on how to be more impactful and effective in declaring hope to those with no hope, help for the helpless and healing of mind, spirit and body through the tool of evangelism. Sabrina needs your prayers and financial support to represent us at this historic world event. If you wish to support her on this phenomenal trip, feel free to visit the website and make a donation, become a partner with her as she represents Detroit and North America in this great movement. Go to www.globalprojects.org or call 313.205.7300. You can also mail your donation TODAY to the office address below. Your contribution in any amount from $50 to $5,000 will be greatly appreciated. Global Projects for Hope, Help and Healing is a 501(c) (3) faith-based community based organizations. All gifts are tax deductible. Thank you for helping make a difference. Head Office Sincerely Pamela Hudson, 17136 Wildemere Executive Director Detroit, Michigan on behalf of Sabrina D. Black, HD 48221 USA (313) 205-7300 www.globalprojects.org Making a World of Difference!
Published on Sep 26, 2010
Letter of congratulations for Global Projects founder as a delegate to Lausanne World Congress on Evangelism and Missions in Cape Town, Sout...