C.E.A.S.E., Inc. Hosts Church Support Staff Conference

Leading professionals in the world of Christian Executive Administration are coming together from across the nation to provide support, empowerment, and enlightenment for other executive and administrative support staff in the second annual C.E.A.S.E. conference.

“C.E.A.S.E., Inc. was founded in November 2009, by Beverly Robinson, Executive Assistant to Bishop T.D. Jakes, Senior Pastor of The Potter’s House in Dallas, TX for more than 20 years, and Marjorie Duncan who has served for 30 years as the Executive Assistant to Bishop Noel Jones, Senior Pastor of the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, CA. Last year’s conference was a huge success and featured various workshops and seminars. “It is important for support staff to come to C.E.A.S.E. because as Pastors it is our job to get the vision but it is the support staff’s job to bring the vision to past and because there is no owner’s manual on how to follow your pastor” said Pastor Spencer Ellis, Citadel of Praise, Detroit, MI.

 This year’s theme is Advancing Administration: Solving, Simplifying and Serving. Attendees of the conference will experience two and half power-packed days of training in, Public Relations, Organizational Management, Leadership, and so much more. Curtis Wallace, C.O.O. of TDJ Enterprises and author of Leadership Gap, and Donna Richardson Joyner, teaching Healthy Balance: Mind Body, & Soul, C.E.A.S.E. Steering Committee members and professionals from various fields of Church and Christian Executive Management organizations will lead these exciting and informative workshops.

For more information, visit the C.E.A.S.E. website at www.adsupportgroup.com.

About C.E.A.S.E., Inc
“Created to equip, support, mentor, and minister to individuals who serve and work in all areas of Christian ministry – particularly in Executive positions. Our mandate is to facilitate learning in administration and to model and promote a spirit of authenticity and excellence in every member. We will always operate in a paradigm seeking to perfect the person and the people, through critical thinking and spiritual development.”