Voices of Faith’s 50+ Ministry awards scholarships to six high school students

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Voices of Faith Ministry’s 50+ Ministry awarded $500 scholarships to six college-bound students on Sunday, July 24. Linda Williams-Sanchez, who serves as president of the 50+ Ministry, said applicants were required to submit essays detailing their plans for college and beyond and how God has played a role in their lives as well as the teachings of Bishop Gary Hawkins, Sr., who founded Voices of Faith, which has campuses in Stone Mountain and Conyers.

The names of this year’s scholarship recipients are:

D”nia Elston                     Stephenson High School

Jordan Davis                     Stephenson High School

Tahj Copeland                  South Gwinnett High School

Breanna Bivens                Eastside High School Covington

Gabrielle Fisher                Heritage High School

Destiny Liverpool             HIS Academy Christian

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