7:30 AM – Registration Opens
8:00 AM – Continential Breakfast
9:00 AM – Morning Orison and Plenary
10:20 AM – Summit In Training – Session 1
11:30 AM – Summit In Training – Session 2
12:40 AM – Summit In Training – Session 3
1:45 PM – Closing Plenary Session

Evangelist Lashun Dillard Berry

Evg. Lashun D. Berry



Evg. Ericka Joy Daniels



L. Michael Blevins

Where Do We Go From Here?

Lashun Dillard Berrry

Lashun Dillard-Berry, a native of Memphis, TN, is the wife of Marvin Berry. They are blessed to have three sons, three daughters, and seven grandchildren to their union.

Lashun is a Charter Member of the Citadel of Deliverance Church of God in Christ where Bishop Linwood Dillard Jr. is Founder and Pastor. Lashun has served in several capacities at the Citadel; Sunday School Teacher, Praise and Worship Leader, Minister of Music, Director of Protocol and Pastoral Assistant. As a licensed Evangelist Missionary in the Church of God in Christ, she has served as the Jurisdictional Chairlady of the TN Central Youth Department and also as Chairperson of the Special Projects Committee of Ladies 49 and under within the TN Central Women’s Department, under the leadership of Jurisdictional Prelate, Bishop Brandon Porter. Lashun currently serves as President of the Evangelism Department for Tennessee Metropolitan Jurisdiction under the leadership of Jurisdictional Prelate, Bishop Linwood Dillard Jr.

Lashun is the founder of Lashun Dillard – Berry Ministries where the mission is to help prepare the Church and world alike for the second coming of JESUS CHRIST! Under the umbrella of Lashun Dillard-Berry Ministries, she launched SHOES4SISTERS, a charitable foundation, which collects and distributes new and gently worn shoes to girls and women in need. Lashun is also the founder of The EXTREME MAKEOVER Women’s Conference and of the MEET ME AT THE ALTAR PRAYER Conference.

In 2019, Lashun graduated Sum Cum Laude with an Associate's of Arts in Biblical Studies from Memphis College of Urban and Theological Studies. Lashun is currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Urban Theological Studies.

Lashun is a published and recorded songwriter, author, conference speaker, revivalist, and psalmist. Lashun loves GOD and GOD’S people! Her ultimate goal is to hear GOD say Well!

Ericka Joy Daniels

Erickajoy Daniels is a community resource with over two decades of development and consulting experience. She currently leads system-wide diversity and inclusion efforts at Advocate Aurora Health, Wisconsin’s largest private employer and the 10th largest not-for-profit health system in the nation.

Previously, Erickajoy was responsible for organizational development and global talent management at Brady Corporation in Milwaukee. She also held progressive employee development positions at the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Washington, D.C.

As an active community leader, Erickajoy enjoys serving as a trustee at Mount Mary University. Additionally, she is active in TEMPO Milwaukee Professional Women’s Network. She is cofounder and board member of One MKE, an organization dedicated to addressing cultural divides in the Milwaukee community. Erickajoy also serves on several boards including Penfield Children’s Center, Cultural Commons for 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, Raynor Memorial Library for Marquette University, A.L.I.V.E Milwaukee, Links Inc. of Milwaukee and is seated on the leadership team as chaplain for the Milwaukee chapter of Jack and Jill of America.

Over the years, Erickajoy has earned several recognitions for her dedication to the community, including a three-time recipient of the Milwaukee Black Excellence award, the Milwaukee Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award and the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Women of Influence award.

Erickajoy has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and earned her master’s degree in management through Marian University.

L. MIchael Blevinis

Dr. L. Michael Blevins is a senior pastor, spiritual care clinician, and educator whose vitality and vision touches countless lives of people of diverse faiths and cultures. In this first book of a 3-part autobiography, Dr. Blevins shares narratives from his years as a student athlete in high school and college. With the lessons learned from these stories, Dr. Blevins provides profound insight in each chapter on running and navigating through each phase of the race of life. Dr.

Blevins is a native of Mansfield, Ohio, and graduate of Madison Comprehensive High School ('97), where he was an outstanding student-athlete that won consecutive track and field state championships in the 100 & 200-meter dash ('96 & '97).

Making his calling and election sure he attended Morehouse College as a student-athlete receiving several All-American honors in Track & Field. Graduating from the Ohio Christian University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management (‘11), he also received his Master of Divinity degree from The Interdenominational Theological Center – Charles Harrison Mason Theological Seminary in Atlanta, GA in 2014.

In 2021, Dr. Blevins earned his Doctor of Ministry degree at The Interdenominational Theological Center – C.H. Mason Theological Center in Atlanta, GA, where his dissertation title is, "The Black Churches Call & Public Response to The School to Prison Pipeline that Impacts Disconnected Black Youth and Young Adults."