Houston, Texas (Sept. 12, 2016) — The Outbreak Youth Ministry of Windsor Village United Methodist Church (WVUMC) will host its inaugural“Kingdom Girls Rock” celebratory event at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 16 at the Kingdom Builder’s Center, 6011 West Orem Drive, Houston, Texas 77085. The event is open to the public and will highlight women of all ages who “rock” for the Kingdom of God as evident of their character and the impact of their giving and service to the community.
The concept of “Kingdom Girls Rock (KGR)” was created by WVUMC Youth Pastor Ray Bady and his wife, Chilond, while watching the popular award show BLACK GIRLS ROCK! ™ Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, that has been committed to enriching girls through leadership, education, and positive identity development since 2006.
“A lot of images seen in the world towards woman are negative!” stated Chilond Bady. “The KGR movement will honor women who are making an impact not only within the four walls of the church, but in the communities they live in. Our hope is that KGR will become a vehicle used to not only celebrate the beauty, class and brilliance of God’s Girls who “Rock” but to also send the message it’s okay to be a Millennial and express your faith!”
KGR also has a youth initiative that will recognize young girls (Grades 6-12) who have tapped into their calling at an early age and are excelling and dominating in their area of service by utilizing their gifts and talents both inside and outside the church as well.
The upcoming event will be hosted by Angel Taylor of Gospel group Trin-i-tee 5:7, this year’s honorees include Houston’s own Grammy award winning Gospel artist Yolanda Adams, WVUMV Pastor Suzette Caldwell, and more!
For more information, visit: Windsor Village | Kingdom Girls Rock 2016 – The Power of the Female