Saturday, August 3, 2013

Genma Holmes at Olive Branch Church on Living Your Best Life with Genma Holmes

Join Living Your Best Life with Genma Holmes as we profile organizations and leaders who lead by example. With extraordinary acts of kindness and charitable giving that help countless lives daily, these organizations and leaders embody "Be the change you want to see in the world".

Throughout 2013, listeners will hear from presidents of organizations who are global change agents. We will also hear from CEOs of social enterprise businesses who are changing communities and college educators who are taking their students out of the classroom and into surrounding neighborhoods to learn and serve others.



On Saturday, August 3, 2013 listen to Genma Holmes speak at Olive Branch Church for their Mother-Daughter Tea. Genma shared why the month of August can still be a challenging month for her after family crisis from several years ago. She shares how her faith kept her focused while raising teens and the power of others praying for you. She shared lessons learned along the way about herself (and others) and how she became involved in the Oasis Center.

In the midst of recounting a painful chapter in her life, Genma promises to make you laugh while crying. She hopes the show will move you into helping others while reminding us that it truly takes a village to raise a child. The theme for the Olive Branch Church's 2013 Mother-Daughter Tea was Blooming and Blossoming in Grace. Scripture reference for the event was Isaiah 35:2.

Tune into 760AM in the Middle Tennessee Region, on Tune In,  streaming live on line at UStream.TV , and on military bases on Saturdays from 9:00-10am CST. 

More About Genma Holmes


Holmes speaks to thousands nationally at conferences and women events. She shares from personal experiences about family, leadership, and volunteerism. She tells many funny stories from her Mississippi childhood as seen through the lenses of her grandmother, mother, and aunts. As an entrepreneur, Holmes also addresses the necessity of work-life balance in 24 hour a day wired world.

Holmes has been featured in countless magazines and is a syndicated writer. Her upcoming book, The Friendship Club, will be released in 2013. Holmes is the owner of Holmes Pest Control and CEO of GSH Consulting, LLC. She is also the executive producer and host of several radio programs including the increasingly popular, Living Your Best Life with Genma Holmes. 


More About the Oasis Center

                                 

The Oasis Center is a nationally recognized organization on a mission to help young people move into a happy, healthy, and productive adulthood.

Oasis Center is a place where ideas come to life.  A place where creativity and dreams meet a commitment to act.

The old model of youth “charity” tries to match a young person’s needs with the services the agency offers.  In today’s world, that model doesn’t work.

Oasis Center recognizes that the lives of our young people are complex, and that supporting their healthy transition to adulthood can’t happen through a singular support.

The Oasis Center currently offers 21 programs ranging from Nashville’s only crisis teen shelter to Nashville’s only college counseling center for first generation college students. That’s why over a third of the Oasis Center's young people are involved in more than one  programs or services. The Oasis Center is making a real difference in the lives of Nashville’s youth.

More About Olive Branch Church


Pastor Vinnie baptizing Lauryn
2013 Mother-Daughter Tea
The Olive Branch Church mission is to offer Christ, save souls and develop individual spiritual maturity. We accomplish our purpose through Spirit-inspired worship, Christ-centered service, and biblically-based education. The fruit of our mission will be the ever-growing display of God’s love, power and presence in the lives of our members.

Olive Branch continues to be a blessing to others through various local and international outreach initiatives. Each initiative falls under three focal areas of concern in our community: Illiteracy, Hunger, and Poverty.  The Antioch location currently participates in 16 different projects aimed at combating each of these issues, and Murfreesboro currently participates in 18. 


At Olive Branch Church members are constantly shown and told that they are valuable; their minds are valuable; their bodies are valuable; and their dreams are valuable. Although there is much work to be done in the vineyard, our aim and church focus is to reflect the love and grace of God; connect all to the body of Christ; and Commission the saved to win souls.


Photos credits : Oasis Center, Olive Branch Church, Genma Holmes
More Photos from Mother Daughter Tea can be found here .

Find us on Social Media:
Oasis Center here
Olive Branch Church here and Pastor Vinnie's Tweets here
Living Your Best Life Radio here
Genma Holmes' Tweets here


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