What to Expect and Who is it for?
I have been on a whirlwind promotional tour for the past several months sharing the message of Metamorphosis with media outlets, radio, television, newspapers and magazines. God has blessed us with the opportunity to reach a number of women. Repeatedly I have been asked two questions that are so important. Let me share:
Who is Metamorphosis for? I always respond that Metamorphosis is for any woman desiring a change in life or facing a change in life. Let’s face it – nothing stays the same. People get new jobs, lose old jobs, get married, some get divorced, some care for aging parents, others have newborns, some begin new businesses, others move into new neighborhoods… Things can change quickly. There are some things happen to us and other things we must learn to make happen. If you are dealing with a major shift in your life, let us inspire you to embrace life’s change and to make the best of it. Perhaps you recognize that in order for you to change something that you must do something different, let us inspire you to ignite that change in your life!
What should women expect who attend Metamorphosis? You should expect to be challenged with this: Where are you in life? Should you be doing more or something else? It is easy to settle for mediocrity. But God has greatness in store for your life! Why do you settle? Because too often we don’t realize there is something better and we don’t believe that we can attain it. Whether it is that things are seem good and you don’t want to “rock the boat,” or that you don’t feel challenged, or don’t want to make the sacrifice to change, you should realize that you aren’t living to your full potential. And when we recognize that there is more, our desires should shift to gaining and climbing higher.
With being challenged, your mindset is opened to what other possibilities may be in store. At our Empowerment Seminars, we will give examples of people who are achieving their life’s purpose. Both women and men will present this year. One woman created her business from a need that she personally had and has become one of the nations leading authorities on natural hair care. Several others discovered the power in their voice and are using their influence to make a change for their communities. Another woman embraced the depth of God’s grace to make a major lifestyle shift and to live life without condemnation. You too will sense that living on purpose is better than settling without it!
A men’s panel will give you honest answers about relationships, not the church responses but truthful answers on how men think about us! It will be eye opening and can be life changing on how women approach relationships.
We are also hosting a seminar on the topic of infertility to make you aware that you do have options and there is hope! What many people don’t know is that I suffered from infertility. I know the pain and disappointment, the tremendous let down that repeatedly occurs after weeks of praying and planning. The discouragement that comes from external sources and internal thoughts can truly be disheartening. But to know that there is hope is good news! We have made this seminar open and free to anyone interested in attending (women and men). Just let us know you are coming by signing up here: https://mymetamorphosis.wufoo.com/forms/yes-i-want-to-attend-the-rinovum-session/
All of the wonderful life changes couldn’t be possible if you do not believe in the power to make changes. The truth is that we cannot do it on our own. We cannot make a life change without the Creator who is all-powerful. Our Metamorphosis keynote speakers, Pastor Sheryl Brady, Dr. Elaine Flake and Dr. Gina Stewart have one mission in front of them – to help you recognize and know the most powerful change agent ever – God who is able to meet your need, perform miracles and to transform your mind and circumstance no matter where you are in life! You can expect powerful and anointed messages to inspire you in your journey.
What to expect? Expect a life shift. Expect a challenge. Expect a change in how you view life, others and the power of God at work in you. EXPECT to LIVE YOUR CHANGE!
See you next Wednesday as we kick off our 15th Anniversary of the life changing Metamorphosis Conference!
Thursday is “Throwback Thursday” so please wear a past Metamorphosis T-shirt!
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META 2015 CONFERENCE SPEAKERS & MUSICIANS
MUSICIAN – VONNIE LOPEZ
MUSICIAN – VICKI YOHE
Vicki was born in a minister’s family, where she wrote and sang her first song at the age of 5. At the young age of 17, Vicki entered bible school, and after two years, at age of 19, she accepted a Music Director’s position near Baton Rouge, LA., and it was during that time that Vicki recorded her first project, Vicki Yoh’e.
Soon after finishing that debut recording, ministry invitations increased to the point that Vicki sensed God was leading her down a new path of ministry. In 1994, Vicki entered into a recording agreement with the independent label, GIANT Records, where she released three projects that included such hits as: “The Mercy Seat”, “Under The Blood,” and “Something About My Praise”
Aside from the many services that Vicki ministers in every year, she makes time for missions work in her ministry. She has ministered in various parts of Africa, Europe and Asia. More importantly, Vicki Yohe Ministries has opened NEW DESTINY for CHILDREN an orphanage in Jinja, Uganda for children orphaned by the AIDS epidemic.
MUSICIAN – ERICA CAMPBELL
Erica Campbell and her sister Tina Campbell broke through in 2000 as Mary Mary with the pioneering hit “Shackles (Praise You).” Mary Mary has earned numerous Stellar Music & Dove Awards, four Grammy Awards, three NAACP Image Awards, two American Music Awards, a Soul Train Award and a BET Award.
After seven Mary Mary albums and a lifetime (plus 14 years of professionally singing) with sister Tina, Erica released her debut solo album HELP in 2014, a compelling impressive body of work that is both passionate and meaningful. HELP held the #1 slot on the Billboard Gospel chart for seven weeks, in addition to peaking at number six on the Billboard 200 chart.
Erica is a recipient of three Grammy Award nominations, two NAACP Image Award nominations and 10 Stellar Award nominations for her solo debut as well as an ASCAP Award and Dove Award for single “A Little More Jesus”. She’s also received the 2014 Soul Train Award for Best Inspirational/Gospel Song for the title track “Help” featuring Lecrae.