The Inspire Project
No woman regardless of age, race, academic achievement, economic, social, or cultural status is immune to the trials and challenges of life. Countless women suffer during different stages of their lives from hopelessness, feelings of loss, lack of value, low self-esteem, loss of identity and isolation. Its true women are subject to the brokenness of this fallen world, however, buried inside that seed of truth is the fact that every woman was fearfully and wonderfully made by the hands of God the Father. He created every woman with a divine purpose and plan. He filled her to preserver through her trials and her faith is stronger than anything life can throw at her.
The Inspire Project inspires women to ignite hope. Hope is the fuel that flames transformation, restoration, healing and deliverance. The Inspire Project uses a variety of inspirational projects to encourage women to HOPE.
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Take some time to read the testimonials and see past event photos.
"As I was sitting among the women , waiting to start the "Inspire Project" Mother's Day Celebration, I began to reflect back 13 almost 14 years ago when I was sitting in the same chair praying, and seeking hope for my future of being clean and sober . Yes, Take Charge is the same program where I made the decision to take charge of my life. I am a graduate of Take Charge program, and to have the opportunity to be the facilitator of behalf of the Anointed for Victory Ministries "Inspire Project" Mother's Day Celebration, Grand Rapids, MI is a pivotal point in my lift. To see hope and excitement in the women eyes was heart warming and gave me great joy.
We had wonderful fellowship, delicious food, and each women received a Mother's Day gift bag. The gifts was very special because each gift bag had a piece of jewelry that was donated collectively by all the women on the Anointed for Victory morning prayer call. Mothers are jewels. I thank God for giving Evangelist Vera Robinson the vision for the "Inspire Project" to inspire women with Love and Hope." - Lula Mae Reed, Grand Rapids, Michigan