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Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Baptist Church Presents A Virtual Forgiveness Retreat

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Baptist Church will host a virtual Forgiveness Retreat on Sat., May 15 and Sat., May 22 from 9:00a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Both sessions will be held via the Zoom platform.

Becoming a Forgiver, a series that will teach you how to forgive anyone.

Forgiveness allows you to: stand in the present while healing the past and connecting to a more glorious future! The Forgiveness Retreat will cover:

• Forgiving Self

• Forgiving Others

• Forgiving Family

• “Forgiving” God

All are invited to participate in both sessions and there is absolutely “no charge” (FREE). All that is required is that you do a simple online registration. Registration is open now and will be available through Weds., May 12. After we receive your registration, the ZOOM link will be sent to you via email.

The facilitator for this event is Rev. Dr. Paige Lanier Chargois. Rev. Chargois is a native Virginian, born in Franklin and lived in Richmond since early childhood.  She is a proud product of Richmond Public Schools having graduated from the historic Maggie L. Walker High School.  She matriculated for 1½ years at Virginia Union University and later received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Journalism from Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN.

Rev. Chargois was licensed into Ministry by First Baptist Church, Norfolk, then ordained three years later by the Moore Street Baptist Church of Richmond.  God’s grace and favor have allowed her ministry and Kingdom work to move through 42 countries, across four continents, including 16 African countries, plus 44 of the 50 states.  She holds a Master of Divinity degree from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH.

For more information about the retreat and registration, please visit the church website at MLKbaptist.org or call the church office at (425) 255-1446.

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