The Windy City of Chicago was honored to host more than 120 participants from the across the country at our 4th Annual ACLC Women In Ministry seminar presenting True Family Values and the Blessing of Marriage. On the strong foundation laid by True Parents, ACLC Women In Ministry has been building bridges, healing wounds and deepening understanding through religious forums studying Biblical principles and their application in today’s world. The ACLC national team was represented by Dr. Michael and Min. Reiko Jenkins, Archbishop George A. Stallings, Jr., Archbishop Sulanch-Lewis Rose, Rev. Marilyn Kotulek, and Dr. Patra Kidwell.
“In the early church there was danger and disunity. But we must make every effort to keep the unity among us, prevent things from dividing us. In practice we sometimes allow secondary things to divide us. If you don’t have love on the inside, you can’t keep that bond of unity… Let us do our part by building that unity not only in the church but also in the wider community…. Jesus revealed that God’s whole effort through human history has been to prepare the way to bring us back into the Garden, to bring marriage back into the Garden.”
“God is the one who transforms us. He capable and He always keeps His promise. God can transform anyone even a prostitute, if she believes in Him and is willing to change. The Archbishop referenced the story of Rahab in the Bible, who was a prostitute. She had faith in God and made the right choice.”
On May 21, 2017, Archbishop Sulanch Lewis-Rose (the National Co-President of ACLC and the Founder & Leader of the Little Rock Zion International Deliverance Ministries, spoke at the Women’s Day Service, at Evangelical Reform Baptist Church, invited by Elder James P. Paige. [Read more…]
Over 50 guests and women leaders from various churches and organizations gathered together at St. Mark AME Church, for the New Jersey ACLC Women In Ministry Prayer Breakfast. Some were new guests from a neighboring Episcopal church, as well as old acquaintances from over the years. Rev. Bruce Grodner, who recently took over the position of ACLC National Executive Director, was also in attendance.
The 2016 Labor Day weekend in Oklahoma began with an earthquake registering 5.6 on the Richter scale. Fortunately there were no injuries and there was only minor damage to the Embassy Suites Oklahoma City Airport where an ACLC Women In Ministry conference was held. On the other side of the country, Hurricane Hermine prevented Archbishop Stallings from attending the conference.