September 2012 Posts

Inspire – Encourage – Empower

A Word from Deb Phipps

I love the heart of Denver Rescue Mission which is why I love serving alongside them as they feed, clothe, shelter, minister to, and change lives every day in our very own city!  In the city of Denver, this organization truly is the hands and feet of Jesus!!

My life was busy and full with many amazing things, but I knew God was calling me to do more, when I received a phone call from a longtime friend, Denver Rescue Mission’s CEO, Brad Meuli. Brad asked if I would consider be on a planning committee for a new event honoring women who have made a positive difference in the city of Denver. Women Who’ve Changed the Heart of the City was just a vision for Denver at that time. I knew this was God’s calling for me to serve the Mission in a larger capacity.

Four years later, I am in awe of the event’s success and the women we have honored. Each and every one of them has lived in a way that honors other people – leaving a mark on the city that has positively changed the footprint of Denver forever. These women inspire us all to do more, to give more, and to be more!

A Word from Carol Mullens

I was thrilled when Deb asked me to be a part of the Women Who’ve Changed the Heart of the City planning committee. I have been so inspired by the women we have honored each year. These women have dedicated their lives to helping and encouraging others by going above and beyond what was expected of them. They are changing our city – our state – our world.

The women who are honored at the tea are women who are leading by example. This event inspires, encourages and empowers other people to make their community better through change – which in turn sparks a legacy of doing good.

Planning Committee

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Event Details

Please join us for tea on September 14th at The Brown’s Palace Hotel and leave inspired, encouraged and empowered to change the heart of the city.

Buy your ticket here https://www.blacktie-colorado.com/calendar/event-detail.cfm?id=23686. Registration closes Tuesday, September 11th.