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Something Is Bound To Happen When You Pray
9:00 AM - 11:59 PM The Revere Hotel Boston Common
Date: March 02, 2019 to March 02, 2019
Where: The Revere Hotel Boston Common, 200 Stuart Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States, 02116
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Event Type: Other
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Greetings, It is our pleasure to announce The Greater New  England 6th Annual International Day of Prayer Conference. A day filled with spiritual uplifting messages, music, prayer, fellowshipping. We have four dynamic women of God that is prepared to offer you a day you won't forget. Join us!  Reverend Viviens Stephens-Hicks Rev. Vivian Stephens-Hicks is a child of God, the wife of Deacon Frankie Hicks and the mother of one child (Brandon). She was called by God to the Gospel Ministry and was licensed to preach in December of 2000. She then proceeded to serve as an Associate Minister for the next 17 years, most recently serving at New Hope Baptist Church in Hyde Park, MA for the last ten of those years. Rev. Hicks was called as pastor of Lily of the Valley Baptist Church in Mattapan, MA, and was installed in December of 2017. In addition to her service of the local church, Rev. Hicks also serves as the Dean of the Congress of Christian Education, which is an auxiliary of the United Baptist Convention of Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire. Further, as a means of giving back to the community in which she lives, Rev. Hicks currently serves in the role of Chaplain Aid in the Pastoral Care Department at the South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, MA. Chaplain Bessie Ratliff-White Bessie Ratliff-White was born in Oakland, California to Luke and Robertha Ratliff. Her mother was a Seventh-Day Adventist, and raised 6 girls to honor God and attend church regularly, even though there was no vehicle in the family for years. Bessie loved God at an early age and was baptized into the church at the age of 12. She worked faithfully in the church and became a youth leader using her talents in singing, speaking, acting and conducting programs. Bessie attended public schools from elementary to high school, because finances were low in her family.   She decided to attend Oakwood College, because she wanted a Christian education. In the summer of 1970, she became a Literature E
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