COGIC Scholars Fellowship Academic Forum

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The COGIC Scholars Fellowship is sponsoring an Academic Forum at the Church of God in Christ’s annual AIM (Auxiliaries in Mission) Convention, to be held in Detroit, Michigan, June 30 through July 4, 2008.

The Academic Forum, located in Room 02-40 of Cobo Hall, will feature two presentations daily, 2:00-4:30 pm on Tuesday, July 1 through Thursday, July 3.

The impressive lineup of presenters is below:

Presentation: Church Crisis Intervention
Presenter: Evangelist Dr. De’Borah Donald, Ph.D., God’s Established Foundation COGIC, Detroit, MI

Book Presentation: The Azusa Revival: Wrapped in Swaddling Clothes, Lying in a Manger
Presenter: Elder Elijah L. Hill, M.B.A., M.Ed., Greater Mitchell Temple COGIC, Detroit, MI

Work-in-Progress: Investigating Saints Junior College and Academy: A Preliminary Report
Presenter: Sister Anjulet Tucker, Ph.D. candidate, Emory University

Presentation: Exploring the Ministry of Dance
Presenter: Chaplain Pekola Roberts, D. Min., Bountiful Blessings COGIC, Colorado Springs, CO

Book Presentation: Our Pentecostal Birthright: Preserving Our Godly Heritage in the Midst of Transition
Presenter: Elder Joseph D. Williams, Refuge Temple COGIC, Virginia Beach, VA

Panel Discussion on CD recording: Celebrating the Homegoing of Our Founder Bishop C. H. Mason
Panelists: Brother Austin Moore, producer, Cathedral of Praise COGIC, Nashville, TN;
Dr. Shalanda Dexter, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor of History, DePaul University, Chicago, IL

For more information about the AIM Convention, visit the official website. For more information about the Academic Forum, contact Raynard Smith, founder and coordinator of the COGIC Scholars Fellowship:

Posted by Darrin Rodgers

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