Don’t miss the Diamonds of Christ Women’s Conference with Angela Winbush & Denise Matthews
Don’t miss the Diamonds of Christ Women’s Conference with Angela Winbush & Denise Matthews
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Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 - Saturday, May 4th, 2013
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

New Restoration Christian Church

New Restoration Christian Church invites you to the 2nd Annual “A Diamond in the Making” women’s conference May 2–4 at 6:30pm nightly.

The keynote speakers include Denise Matthews, formerly known as Vanity, and Angela Winbush, of Rene & Angela, along with Prophetess Regina Carter. Don’t miss these powerful life changing testimonies.

The event is FREE and will take place at New Restoration Christian Church, 11248 W. Mill Road.  You do need to make a reservation to attend.  Call 414-760-9403.

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