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Posted By: Minister Celeste Kelley on August 06, 2010

The SISTAHS Ministry and SISTAH Teen Mentoring Initiative Act as Catalysts of a Life-Changing Experience for Victims of Domestic Violence, At-Risk Teens, Teen Mothers and The Homeless Community

Uniting Women & Teenage Girls to Impact Their World for the Experience of
"A Season of Victory"

Redford, MI - August 4, 2010 - The SISTAHS Ministry International will host the Third Annual SISTAHS Embracing the Elevation Conference on Saturday, August 21, 2010 at The Embassy Suites Hotel Detroit-Southfield from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Through uniting women and teenage girls to impact their world, The SISTAHS Ministry and SISTAH Teen Mentoring Initiative seek to empower the lives of beneficiary attendees from Detroit community non-profit organizations, such as Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment (S.A.F.E.), Genesis House I, Genesis House II, Women In Touch, and C.O.T.S.

Past beneficiaries in 2008 and 2009 have been S.A.F.E., Helping Individuals Succeed (H.I.S.) Agency, The Salvation Army Edwin Denby Center and Women In Touch. The Conference is funded by donations from various business owners, churches and individual paid registrations.

About the SISTAHS Embracing the Elevation Conference

This life-changing experience includes an inspirational service, workshops, a pampering party offering manicure, pedicure and massage services, as well as one hotel night stay free of charge. Beneficiaries of the Conference are placed in a raffle for back-to-school supplies, baby packs and donated gifts.

This year's Conference will feature Guest Speaker, Eldress Kim James from Great Faith Ministries International of Detroit, Michigan and include workshops some of the best workshops such as, "I Need a Healing For My Soul" and "How to Maintain Your Immune System in the Season of Change," among others.

To find out more, visit the Official Conference Website

About The S.I.S.T.A.H.S. Ministry
The S.I.S.T.A.H.S. Ministry began in August, 2006 in Michigan and now has four other State Chapters (Massachusetts, New York, Nevada, and Pennsylvania). As of October, 2008 the enlightening force of God's Word through The SISTAHS Ministry was enlarged internationally into Torino, Italy and Nigeria, Africa and in June, 2009 the Hebron Prayer Church of India commenced their chapter of The SISTAHS Ministry under the covering of Pastor Joshua Gona.

The S.I.S.T.A.H.S. Ministry is a women's and teen girl's ministry whose main objective is to unite women and teenage girls to impact their world, with a specific concentration of helps to victims of domestic violence, at-risk teenage girls and teenage mothers. The Ministry seeks to combine the gifts and talents given to women and teenage girls (through the written Word, journalistic gifting, businesses and fellow ministries) and to be a viable resource where one can find food for the soul, hope in the difficult times, and through collaborations with other organizations and ministries, make an impact in the community.

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