Women of Destiny
Monthly Christian Women's Support Group Fellowship for Emanuel College students and the church community of women
WOMEN OF DESTINY
About "Women of Destiny" (WOD)
The vision and purpose of the “Women of Destiny” (WOD) Fellowship, simply put, is to reach out to Christian women from all walks of life, backgrounds, and races to spiritually strengthen, encourage, and inspire each other as we fulfill our destiny and God's calling in our lives. And, we hope to introduce other women to Jesus Christ in the process.
Many women are seeking fellowship —but that which is true fellowship, natural bonding, a spiritual connection, and genuine friendships in which they feel comfortable sharing with others who may be experiencing some of the same issues, concerns, or struggles they are facing. This thriving campus ministry exists to meet such needs.
“Women of Destiny” (WOD) might be best described as an outreach support group for today's Christian woman, but all women are welcomed. The target audience is Emmanuel College female students and the church community of women overall. Meetings are held monthly, generally the 3rd or 4th Saturday of each month, from 12 noon- 2 p.m. WOD is supported by the Emmanuel College Outreach and Campus Life Ministries, as well as Alpha Omega Ministries.
About the Leader
Dr. Tammy Mason is a veteran public school educator (retired), having served in leadership roles of School Principal at all levels, as well as the Director of Alternative Education, for over 30 years of service. Currently, she is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Education at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, GA, where she serves on its Advisory Board and is the Women's Ministry Leader and Founder of the "Women of Destiny" (WOD) monthly support group fellowship. Dr. Tammy has led the group for over three years and also served as a mentor for several students. She is also a member of the AOM Praise and Worship Team.
A gifted writer and researcher, Dr. Tammy has authored a publication, "An Examination of a Lack of Parental involvement in a Low Socioeconomic Georgia School" (© 2017). Also skilled in graphic design, she produces various full-color promotional and marketing materials (e.g.- flyers, posters, brochures, booklets, invitations, and pamphlets) for schools, churches, businesses, and individuals as a way of giving back to the community. Dr. Tammy holds five college degrees in the areas of general education, elementary education, administration and supervision, educational leadership, and curriculum and instruction.