Hundreds Hear Message of God’s Faithfulness at Ladies Tea and Tour

April 20, 2015

Categories: Event Photos

Posing for a picture beside a Library bookstore display.
Two women pray before enjoying some finger foods at the Ladies Tea.
Sorting out which tea to try.
Guests spanned generations with many bringing younger attendees to enjoy the Tea.
Dressed up for the occasion.
Taking a peek at the program.
Amber Brantly is a missionary and the wife of Dr. Kent Brantly, a Samaritan's Purse doctor who contracted the deadly Ebola virus last year while serving in Liberia. She was the guest speaker and talked to the women about God's faithfulness.
One guest listens intently as Amber Brantly speaks.
Joining in prayer before the meal.
Amber's message touched many women as she talked about God's faithfulness through everyday trials.
Hundreds of women came out for the 8th annual Ladies Tea and Tour, many with friends and family in tow. The tea was held at the BGEA headquarters, with a Library tour that followed. The women enjoyed worship and a message of encouragement.
One girl wanted her picture with the choir, which provided moving worship during the Ladies Tea.
Amber Brantly said God prepared her through smaller trials to face a bigger trial while serving overseas. Her family garnered worldwide media attention when her husband contracted and ultimately survived Ebola.
An ensemble from the International Community Mass Choir of Charlotte led the women in worship. Many of those in the full choir are originally from Liberia, where Kent and Amber Brantly previously served as missionaries.

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