By stressing the importance of a father figure in a young girl's life, Dr. Corletta Vaughn is creating a new generation of ambitious and confident woman.
(PRWEB) July 20, 2015
Dr. Corletta Vaughn did not let the fact that she was a woman stop her from achieving her goals. A lifelong believer, Corletta knew that she was meant for a higher purpose, leading her on her quest to become a preacher. Dr. Vaughn shattered the stained glass ceiling of the church world when she became a female preacher against her Baptist church’s strict rules and has been dedicated to the cloth for over 40 years.
Bishop Corletta Vaughn hosted her "Women Who Soar" Expansion Business Summit in the beautiful Detroit, MI. The event took place over the weekend of July 8-11th and was a huge success. “Women Who Soar” Expansion Summit included panel discussions, workshops and keynote leaders to propel attendees to the place called "READY". Women left with the network connections, the ideas, and the inspiration to go into the world with their voice, their message and their story. Over 200 women from around the country came to be empowered and expanded for destiny.
For those unable to attend “Women Who Soar,” Dr. Vaughn has authored her first book “Teach Your Daughters to Fly,” which is dedicated to really explaining to dads how important they are to a daughter’s development and growth. Corletta shows fathers how to engage with their daughters on a different level – a destiny level. Girls can accomplish great things in challenging places, and they will need their father’s input and presence in their lives in order to help them succeed. Her book Teach Your Daughters to Fly is available now through Next Century Publishing.
Dr. Vaughn is the Senior Pastor of the Holy Ghost Cathedral of Faith and Apostle of Go Tell It Evangelistic Ministry, Worldwide. She offers uncompromised preaching and teaching of the Word of God through her worldwide ministry and has been a pioneer in the world of women in ministry. Corletta was elevated to Bishop in Nigeria in 1995. To find out more about Corletta and her book visit http://www.corlettajvaughn.com/