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The Literary Showcase Featuring First Lady Anetta Parker

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Join us on July 27, 2011 for a sensational interview with First Lady Anetta Parker. Anetta Parker is the First Lady of Greater New Grove Christian Worship Center Church.  She is known as a teacher, organizer, author, and leader. Anetta is a Native of Dayton, Texas and resides in Humble, Texas. Growing up in a Christian family environment, Anetta had no idea that one day she would be an instrument of God, preaching and teaching His word to the lives of many. In July 2007, she was presented her Minister License. She established and host the Women of Virtue Ministry to help women from all walks of life, every economic background, crossing all racial boundaries, into becoming spiritually stronger, motivated and empowered through prayer, fasting, faith and God's word. In her first book, (From The Pew To First Lady), which was released in July 2007, Anetta takes the reader on a fascinating journey of self-discovery. In her second book, (God’s Grace is Sufficient: My Personal Journey from Heartache to Hope), released in January 2011, Anetta shares sequential tragedies in her life where God kept her through prayer and fasting.

Anetta was featured in the September 13, 2007 North Houston Section of the Houston Chronicle “From the Pew to First Lady”, the October 2007 issue of The Gospel Truth News, and featured on an episode of Live, Love, and Relate TV in February 2011. She hosts the Women of Virtue Women Conference each year. Currently, Anetta speaks at congregations and conferences throughout the city of Houston and surrounding area. She is the cornerstone of prayer and intercession in her home. She is fully persuaded that the life style of Faith works; ~ for it is written, “the just shall live by faith.”

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