It is the heart of Valley Gospel Chapel (VGC) Women’s Ministries to see the body of Christ as a whole in the Valley grow. VGC Women’s ministry recognizes that each individual church body has its gift’s, ministry and unique purpose as a part of the body of Christ in the Valley, with Jesus Christ himself as the head.
“2016 Women’s Conference; Sealing the Deal” hopes to help grow, train and further equip local Christian women to walk out their individual calls and purpose God has in their lives and also to train up a powerful End Times army of God’s women to bring salvation and healing to the Anza Valley and beyond. All women interested are welcome. Mothers and daughters are encouraged to attend with the cutoff age at 15.
VGC’s 2016 Women’s Conference; Sealing the Deal we’ll be held Oct. 20-22. The cost is $20 for all three days. Thursday, Oct. 20, will be the first night of the conference that runs from 7-9 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 20, there will be a day session from 9-11 a.m. and an evening session from 7-9 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 22, will be the same schedule as Friday but with a twist. For an extra fee of $8 a scrumptious banquet will be served to all who wish to attend before the evening’s last meeting. Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. and will be a time of fellowship to bond and time to talk about what God’s is doing in your life.
The conference will feature three days full of powerful teaching as three Christian Women with ministries outside the valley will be the main speakers along with VGC’s Women’s Pastor Stephanie Booth and Worship Leader Debbie Booth.
Pastor Rachel Tucker has 20 years’ experience ministering to women and teens in crisis. Her passion for evangelism has led her to teach and serve mothers in housing projects, juvenile offenders, substance abusers, homeless mothers, and foster care teens. Rachel loves serving people who others have given up on because she believes that God does His finest work on those who are the most broken.
Pastor Rachel and her husband Micah and two children are currently ministering and serving on staff at Water of Life Community Church in Fontana, California.
Pastor Mary Beth Sponsler ministry to women is to challenging them to pursue their destiny, calling, and ultimate purpose through intimacy with Jesus. Through life choices Pastor Mary Beth, along with her husband of 21 years, Pastor Seth Sponsler and four children have discovered proven truths that weaved an interesting take on the Christian walk both individually and congruently. Together they became attuned to their children’s spiritual gifting’s at a young age. Honing in these gifts and helping their own children to develop their gifts, throughout their lives, has led to an understanding, giving them the ability to help teach these truths to others; how to hear Gods voice and how to serve and minister to through the power of the Holy Spirit to others believers of any age.
Pastor Mary Beth and her husband Seth currently reside in Soulsbyville, California, not far from the Christian home where she grew up in Sonora. Today they pastor a church called ‘The Garage.’ This also serves as home base for their Bending the Bow International Ministry (www.facebook.com/bendingthebow).
Pastor Kerry Dillard’s passion is walking you through receiving all that God has planned for you. With God’s word as the authority and His Spirit as the teacher, Kerry leads individuals on a journey of searching, finding and growing in Christ. Her testimony and teaching helps one understand the practical application of God’s divine purpose for your life. God pours through her, giving words to the wounded that help set them free.
Pastor Kerry and her husband, Roger, of 30 years, minister together at conferences and churches. They have two adult children of which Pastor Stephanie Booth is one. Previously they both worked for Keith Miller at Stand Firm World Ministries as volunteers and on staff. They are presently on staff at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, and co-manage Cornerstone Retreat Center.
Pastor Stephanie Booth is passionate about helping people encounter God’s love. She is unaffected by people’s background and baggage. Her heart is to minister and touch the lives of everyone not only in the church community but the outside community as well. She brings a lot of love everywhere she ministers.
Currently Pastor Stephanie co-pastors with her husband Pastor Blake Booth at Valley Gospel Chapel in Anza. There she is the head of VGC’s Women’s Ministry’s as well co leader of worship, all while raising two young children.
This year’s Conference Worship Leader will be Debbie Booth.
Debbie, who is Pastor Blake’s mother, grew up the child of traveling prophetic evangelist Dick Mills along with her mom Betty moving weekly for most of her young life. It was in these services she began to explore and use her gift of music.
Later grown, married and transplanted in Anza, there was a point in her life that her gift of music was challenged. She was worship leader at VGC and she had mysteriously loss her ability to sing or even talk above a whisper for many years. Her testimony of continued prayer, patience in the face of adversity and faith while waiting to hear from the Lord about healing her, is an encouragement to all who hear it. In time her condition improved as she heard a Word from the Lord to start leading worship and to sing again. As an act of obedience she began to play and lead worship again. At first she could only sing softly as she led worship, then her voice became stronger but only when she was leading worship. Off stage she still could barely talk if at all. She continued to pray, have faith and follow her Lords direction. In time she was completely healed. Today Debbie still leads worship, plays the keyboard and sings praises along with Pastor Stephanie Booth at VGC.
Debbie and her husband Kyle Booth have been married 36 years together they have ministered in several Christian Schools and Churches throughout their life. Their children are Blake, Cardiff and Whitney all married and in the service of the Lord. They have two grandchildren with one on the way.
Call or text (951) 217-7664 or email Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org. All welcome. Valley Gospel Chapel is located at 43275 Chapman Road in Anza.