Sherron Lane Speaks At Scenic City Women's Network Luncheon May 23

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Scenic City Women’s Network will host the May 23 Networking Luncheon featuring speaker Sherron Lane, real estate executive and marketplace minister from Murrells Inlet, S.C. This networking event will convene at the Mountain City Club, 729 Chestnut St.

Ms. Lane is a successful businesswoman and the founder of Kingdom Investors International, a ministry for Christians to bring marketplace believers together to invest in the Kingdom of God with their time, talents and resources. 

Ms. Lane was a believer operating in the marketplace for over 20 years, as a successful sales director in the telecommunication industry. She now travels, trains and equips other Christians to become marketplace ministers wherever God has placed them.  Her desire has always been to equip and empower believers to operate in their faith at all times wherever they are.

On July 24, 2006, Ms. Lane became a widow when her beloved husband, Roger, died of a massive heart attack. She was devastated, but through the love and support of family, friends and colleagues she embraced life again. Ms. Lane recognized the plight of widows and began traveling and speaking on their behalf with the message that they are God's power house. She has helped start widow’s ministries in several churches.

Ms. Lane relocated to Murrells Inlet after her husband’s death and has since helped other widows get back into life and create a new path to live.  She also works for the Litchfield Company where she continues to help others as they also relocate and start new lives in South Carolina. 

Her passion is serving God and others…as well as writing.  Her book, “Seaside Devotions” was written and is now available to others as a way of being drawn closer to God as they journey through life.  She knows and expresses – “We are never alone on our Journey….He is always there with us, wherever life may take us." 

Ms Lane continues to travel and share her story of pain and rebirth with Christians all over the south. She may be reached at 646-2222.   

Meet-up and network with like-minded business individuals and exchange business cards during networking from 11:30 – noon. Lunch and program begin at noon. The cost is $20. 

The reservation deadline is Tuesday, May 21, at noon. To make reservations visit scwn.org. For more information call 698-6262 or email admin@scwn.org. 



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