To provide mentoring and Christian counseling services to girls ages 6-18 in vulnerable populations, while employing culturally sensitive teaching strategies with a focus on Social Emotional Learning (SEL).
Our hope is that ETO will become an organization without borders that will serve girls in vulnerable populations throughout the State of Alabama.
The Five Foundational Pillars of Our Mentoring & Small Groups:
1. Transforming Thoughts
2. Transforming Habits
3. Transforming Actions
4. Transforming Character
5. Transforming Leaders
NAACP Salute To
Civil Rights Contributors &
Outstanding Community Service Ceremony
Saturday, April 27,2013 at 5:00pm
Miles College Campus
Kimberly M. Speights
Empowered To Overcome Inc.
NAACP Outstanding Community Service Medal!
This series is a brief study on cycles and breaking them. The objective of this series is to help men and women identify and break cycles and maintain a cycle-free life:
This series will discuss and address:
What is a cycle?
Types of cycles
Soul Ties/Generational Curses
Becoming a Cycle-Breaker
How to Break A Cycle
Maintaining a Cycle-free Life
Participants must be 18 years of age and older
Each session is an 10 week curriculum.
A maximum of 15 attendees per session.
Next Session begins Saturday, October 3, 2020 via Zoom!
For more information on The End. and/or to sign-up for a session, email us here.