An appointment as Minister of Praise and Worship at her church in Atlanta, GA many years ago ignited a journey to discover why God compels us to praise and worship Him.  "Surely You are not conceited?", she once asked God.  What she discovered changed her relationship with God and has touched the lives of many others.  She has taught worship at Beulah Heights Bible College in Atlanta, GA; Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, NY; the Babbie Mason Music Conference Int'l and many churches along the east coast.  Her love for God and her passion to serve Him has inspired her to write several articles, books and songs.

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When God delivered the Israelites from Egypt He told the Pharoah to "let my people go so they can worship me". Some versions say "serve" me because worship is both reverence and service.  God led Moses to build a tabernacle so that He could dwell among His people, teach them how to enter His presence, and develop them into a kingdom of priests.  The Tabernacle is still relevant for those who want to deepen their relationship with God and learn how to live their lives as a part of God's royal priesthood.