Mississippi minister wants to help girls fulfill their destiny
Life is full of choices and sometimes trying to figure out where one wants to go in life may be challenging.
Tanna Williams recognizes these obstacles and in an effort to reach out to the Vicksburg community; she is starting a girls’ club for young women between the ages of 12 through 16.
“I know there a lot of young ladies who really don’t understand their purpose or plan that is designed for their life, so I want to help them find their destiny,” Williams said.
Williams, who said she has been a minister for the past 20 years, said the goal of the club is to help encourage teens to go after their dreams.
To help inspire these young women, Williams said her plans are to act as a mentor to the teens.
“I want to be any type of motivation and help, if some don’t have sisters or mothers to motivate them or have mothers that have not been to college. I want to show them even if they don’t have that, there is still a way and not to give up,” she said.
Williams said she also plans to invite others from around the community to lend a hand by serving as guest speakers during meetings.
“I want to bring ladies in that have doctors’ degrees and who are attorneys and have their own business, so they can tell them (the that they did it,” Williams said, and what it took to get there.
The Girls Club will also offer assistance in preparing for the ACT test Williams said.
“And I want to take them around to different colleges to show them what their end results could be if they continue their purpose to work into their destiny.”
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