Hope Unlimited Ministries Fundraising Event To Feature Award-Winning Singer And Songwriter Nicole C. Mullen

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Hope Unlimited Ministries will have their fundraising event featuring Nicole C. Mullen on Thursday, Oct. 5. This event will take place at 6 p.

m. at Brainerd Crossroads, 4011 Austin Street, Chattanooga, Tn. 37411. The evening will kick off with a dinner followed by a concert by Nicole C. Mullen.


Ms. Mullen, singer, songwriter, speaker, mentor, as well as a successful business woman, has a very distinct resume. One of her most cherished gifts is her talent for songwriting.  She uses her gift of songwriting along with inspiring scriptures to encourage, motivate, and teach others about God’s love for us. Ms. Mullen’s talent has been recognized with two Grammy Award nominations and seven Gospels. She has received the Music Association Dove Awards which includes two Female Vocalist of the Year honors, Song of the Year for “Redeemer, and On My Knees”, Songwriter of the Year and the Urban Album of the Year for “Everyday People”, Contemporary Song of the Year (Call on Jesus), and the first African American to win Songwriter of the Year.  Nicole Mullen tours have taken her around the world, and she has become an admired and highly sought after speaker and singer. She has regularly been on stage at the Billy Graham and Women of Faith events.


Founded by Dr. Rita Carr, Hope Unlimited Ministry has provided Christian-centered programs at no cost to single parents and their children in Chattanooga and internationally for 21 years. Hope Unlimited Ministry offers programs such as, parent and child intervention, parent support groups, counseling, bible study, community health fairs, mentoring programs, workshops, and conferences. A contribution can help make a difference in the lives of single parents, their children, and the community.


The cost per tickets is $25 and $200 for hosting a table of eight people payable to: Hope Unlimited Ministry. The mailing address for payment is P.O. Box 25546, Chattanooga, Tn. 37422.  Payment also can be paid later via the website for Hope Unlimited Ministry. The web address is www.hopeunlimitedministries.org.


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