Family Life Ministries, of Central States Conference’s Park Hill Church, hosted a wonderful all-day event last December that was attended by over 70 individuals. Led by Launice and Charles Brown, the time was filled with praise, worship, meditation, breakout workshops for women, men and children and great food. Sabbath School was led by Elder Earsul Banks and Elder Joseph Burkes and the sermon was given by Elder Jeffrey Harris. “Attendees were so engaged that they did not want to stop,” stated Launice.

Marlon and Denise Johnson, Central States Conference Family Life Ministry directors, were pleased that the day was planned with the goal of empowering participants to develop stronger relationships in all areas of their lives. As part of the programming, special guest Philip Mitchell, Park Hill member and local Denver policeman, came to demonstrate how to respond when approached by police.

This event was an introduction to the May 2016 Family Life event training families to be healthier mentally, financially and, most importantly, spiritually. The May event will be a combined effort with other Colorado area churches to continue encouraging the spiritual growth of all members through enthusiastic worship, interesting Bible study, supportive friendship and opportunities for service.