[32nd Annual Women’s Convention] (audio)
Work and Worship Women's Convention Detroit
Bishop J. Howard Dell Collection
This recording begins with a musical selection. Following the selection an unidentified female gives remarks on the theme of the convention. Then an unidentified female from California addresses the convention. In her address she discusses how indoctrination is a form of teaching that penetrates the soul. She talks about how it takes a spirit filled individual to teach. Another unidentified female talks about the church and being the wife of a preacher.
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"[32nd Annual Women’s Convention] (audio)" (1982). J. Howard Dell Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 161.
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