Osuagwu to Discuss the Power of Personal Gifts at New Genesis Family and Friends Day

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Chinwe Osuagu, Personal Life Coach and Enterpreneur to speak at New Genesis Church on Sunday, October 21, 2007. Entertainment to include award winning jazz vocalist Kim Mills.

New Genesis Church will celebrate Family and Friends Day on Sunday, October 21, 2007 from 10:30 am -- 2:00 pm at 5034 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Second Floor, in Washington, DC. Featured speaker, Chinwe Osuagwu, success coach, inspirational speaker, and entrepreneur will inspire and encourage participants to discover their personal gifts. Ms. Osuagwu has developed a unique and interactive CD, The Four Elements of Life: A 28 Day Coaching Program for Discovering the Gift Within You, which guides, encourages, and challenges individuals to choose a life profession that matches their personality, talents, experiences, and connections. Ms. Osuagwu, has been a featured guest expert on New Morning talk show on the Hallmark Channel among other local and national radio and TV networks.

In addition to Chinwe, award winning local jazz vocalist, Kim Mills will provide entertainment on the program. In February 2005, Kim released a Jazz vocal CD, The Ruby and The Pearl, and as the 2007 Cab Calloway Vocal winner has performed at the Baltimore's Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Mills will perform selected songs from his celebrated CD as well as personal favorites. Along with Mr. Mills, Washington, DC's Smothers Elementary School Dance Troupe will perform dances inspired by Alvin Ailey and the play "The Lion King."

The event is free to the public, however, donations are encouraged.

The mission of New Genesis Church is to provide a visible fellowship of love that cares for souls, teaches spiritual truths, and facilitates the process of uncovering one's true spiritual identity, so that one might ultimately live the life of wholeness God has ordained. Dr. Diane Brenda Williams is Pastor.

For more information, contact New Genesis Church at (202) 526-0998.


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