Perris, CA, May 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The key to living a happy life begins with a healthy state of mind and making right decisions for a balanced lifestyle. National Women’s Health Week is a nationwide initiative that calls attention to the importance of women’s health. Kingdom Women of Excellence is proud to host a Woman’s Wellness Weekend including a forum and luncheon — “Kingdom Women in Good Health” on Saturday, May 29 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., where attendees will learn core values on health. The event takes place at The Purpose Center (Oak Grove at the Ranch Campus facility) located at 23115 Rider St. in Perris, Calif. The celebration continues Sunday, May 30th at 6 p.m. with dynamic and anointed special guest Pastor Tammie L. Gibson of Dominion House Ministries, as well as the music ministry of Gospel recording artist Dionne L. Brown.
Attendees will enjoy a delicious healthy lunch while hearing from a panel of health experts including: Dr. Leita J. Harris, a self-care and wellness coach whose background includes working in the field of obstetrics and gynecology for over 15 years and is a clinical professor at University of California Riverside; Nutritionist Vanh Bender; and Jerry L. Green, founder and lead instructor of New Beginnings Fitness Boot Camp. In addition, Renita Wickes is an 11-year ovarian cancer survivor who will share her awe-inspiring story of triumph.
Kingdom Women in Good Health Wellness Weekend is sponsored by Healthy Heritage Movement, Purpose Center International Ministries, Kaiser Permanente, California Ovarian Cancer Awareness Program, Black Voice News, and Shield of Faith Fellowship of Churches.
This informative luncheon and forum is free, but reservations are required and seating is limited. For more information and to make reservations call (951) 200-4101.
About Kingdom Women of Excellence:
Kingdom Women of Excellence is a division of Purpose Center International Ministries where the Founder and Senior Pastor is Dr. Gerald T. Hightower. The mission is to empower women through biblical principles and practical life-teaching applications to equip women with the necessary tools and guidance to live a healthy and prosperous life.
For more information contact: Kingdom Women of Excellence Director Tracy Phillips, at 951.200.4101.
About Healthy Heritage Movement, Inc.
Healthy Heritage Movement’s mission to educate and empower the African American community to make lifestyle changes focused on healthier living. The Healthy Heritage Wellness Movement is dedicated to providing African Americans with the knowledge and tools required to move to a healthier lifestyle by changing behaviors to eliminate high-risk health factors and provide life-changing alternatives to improve health. The biggest challenge is getting people to talk health.
Founder and C.E.O. Phyllis Clark turned her personal tragedy into a movement with the launch of her annual Healthy Heritage Wellness Conference (HHWC) which spawned the Healthy Heritage Movement. Clark is undertaking a huge goal…driving a paradigm shift in the African American community to focus on healthier, happier lives.