Join us as we celebrate Dr. King’s legacy through words, songs, dance, and music, featuring keynote speaker Bishop Benjamin Gibert (see below), Senior Pastor of Detroit World Outreach, unsung hero honoree Kim Johnson (’12), Founder and Executive Director of the Center of Hope for Youth and Community, Inc., the Marygrove College Dance Company, the Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, and Student Service Learning honorees.
DATE: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013
TIME: Noon – 1:15 p.m.
LOCATION: Marygrove College Theatre
Theme: “Servant Leadership as a Way of Life”
For more information, contact: Loretta Woodard (313) 927-1452.
MORE ABOUT BISHOP GIBERT
Bishop Benjamin A. Gibert is Senior Pastor of Detroit World Outreach Christian Center Church (“DWO”). He became Senior Pastor in June of 2005, after decades of service as an Elder, Associate pastor, board chairman, and traveling evangelist nationally. His appointment to Sr. Pastor of DWO was in submission to the Father to son succession plan put in place by the late Bishop Jack C. Wallace.
Bishop Gibert is passionate about teaching and modeling biblical principles in the areas of career, finances, personal relationships and marital success. He has spent much of his life (more than 25 years in ministry) discovering those key principles that allow believers to move along on the course of divine destiny. His corporate, family and life experiences, coupled with his deep understanding of biblical principles, make him a powerful, profound and practical teacher of the Word of God.