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06-28-2021 09:40 AM CET | Associations & Organizations

Press release from: Esther Crown Ministries, Inc.

The Inaugural Virtual Benefit Concert will Benefit Orphans in Kenya, Zimbabwe,
Sierra Leone, West Africa, India and South Sudan

Esther Crown Ministries will present “Remember Me, Benefit Concert for Orphans”. The free virtual benefit concert will take place on livestream on Saturday, September 25, 2021, beginning at 1:00 PM EST to 3:00 PM EST. The event will feature special guest speaker, Tawana Williams, a national highly sought-after inspirational speaker who will share her powerful testimony of overcoming her disability and how after her birth, doctors suggested that she be placed in an orphan because of being born without arms. Ms. Williams powerful story of overcoming her disability to inspire has been featured on The 700 Club and other major networks. The event will also feature leaders from around the world who will participate including: Apostle Grace Wenepai Enosa of Norway, Bishop John David of Andhra Pradesh, India and other leaders representing Zimbabwe, Kenya and Sierra Leone, West Africa. The benefit concert will also feature live worship and musicians.

According to UNICEF almost 10,000 children become orphans every day. Internationally there are at least 40 millions orphans in the world. Esther Crown Ministries is honored to present this inaugural virtual benefit concert to help bring awareness to the cause of helping hurting children and orphans around the world who lack food, basic necessities, clothing and families.

“The mission to help the precious orphans is most dear to my heart. It is my prayer that we will increase support for the innocent children without parents and homes.” – Apostle Tonya

All proceeds received during the free event will be donated to the organizations who will be represented from Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone, India and South Sudan. For more information, visit or e-mail

Esther Crown Ministries
231 S. Bemiston Avenue, Suite 800
Clayton, MO 63105
T. Blount

Esther Crown Ministries, Inc. is an organization also serve the community, hurting children and orphans throughout the world.

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