Gents With A Cut presents,  “Saving Our Sons”

Gents With A Cut presents, “Saving Our Sons”

Greater St. Stephen’s Gents With A Cut presents, 

“Saving Our Sons”

A panel with founders of Project Reconstruction

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WHO: Greater St. Stephen, Gents With A Cut and Project Reconstruction

WHAT: Saving Our Sons: A panel discussion on shifting the perspectives of young african american men and the culture of violence

WHEN: Wednesday, February 11, 2015 | 7:00 p.m.

WHERE: Greater St. Stephen’s (Morton Hall) • 5600 Read Blvd., New Orleans, La. 70127

 

New Orleans, La. – Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church will host there 1st S.O.S (Saving Our Sons) event, “Gents with a Cut” on Wednesday, February 11th at 7:00 p.m. at it’s eastern New Orleans location. This panel  discussion will included members from Project Reconstruction.

Project Reconstruction is the story, ministry, and mentorship program of 5 guys, most of whom were prison inmates themselves, that decided to completely redefine their lives. Their stories are raw and relevant and promise to leave the young and the old inspired to refine our history!

Join Pastor Debra B. Morton and the Greater St. . Stephen FGBC as they help invoke change in the loves of our people with a “Real Talk” session from the guys of Project Reconstruction.

Since 1937, Greater St. Stephen has been committed to ethically sourcing and providing a standard platform for churches globally. Today, with churches planted across the world, Greater St. Stephen is the premier model for  “Changing the way we do church”. Through visionary leaders, Bishop Paul and Dr. Debra Morton, Greater St. Stephen has been a catalyst for change and advancement, not only in New Orleans but across the world.

For more information about Greater St. Stephen FGBC please visit www.gssmin.org or call 504-244-6800.

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Gents With A Cut presents,  “Saving Our Sons”

Gents With A Cut presents, “Saving Our Sons”

Greater St. Stephen’s Gents With A Cut presents, 

“Saving Our Sons”

A panel with founders of Project Reconstruction

sos-logo~s600x600

WHO: Greater St. Stephen, Gents With A Cut and Project Reconstruction

WHAT: Saving Our Sons: A panel discussion on shifting the perspectives of young african american men and the culture of violence

WHEN: Wednesday, February 11, 2015 | 7:00 p.m.

WHERE: Greater St. Stephen’s (Morton Hall) • 5600 Read Blvd., New Orleans, La. 70127

 

New Orleans, La. – Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church will host there 1st S.O.S (Saving Our Sons) event, “Gents with a Cut” on Wednesday, February 11th at 7:00 p.m. at it’s eastern New Orleans location. This panel  discussion will included members from Project Reconstruction.

Project Reconstruction is the story, ministry, and mentorship program of 5 guys, most of whom were prison inmates themselves, that decided to completely redefine their lives. Their stories are raw and relevant and promise to leave the young and the old inspired to refine our history!

Join Pastor Debra B. Morton and the Greater St. . Stephen FGBC as they help invoke change in the loves of our people with a “Real Talk” session from the guys of Project Reconstruction.

Since 1937, Greater St. Stephen has been committed to ethically sourcing and providing a standard platform for churches globally. Today, with churches planted across the world, Greater St. Stephen is the premier model for  “Changing the way we do church”. Through visionary leaders, Bishop Paul and Dr. Debra Morton, Greater St. Stephen has been a catalyst for change and advancement, not only in New Orleans but across the world.

For more information about Greater St. Stephen FGBC please visit www.gssmin.org or call 504-244-6800.

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