Cynthia Saddler has made it a lifelong mission to help people recognize their potential and reach their goals. “I believes it is the responsibility of every person to give back to their community through service and a commitment,” says Cynthia.
She has served for over two decades as a volunteer with various community service agencies, run workshops helping women transition from welfare to work, and advocated for the eradication of poverty among women and children and the empowerment of all traditionally under-served populations.
Cynthia is an associate minister at Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church, serving as the Social Service Coordinator and youth and young adult facilitator.
Central Delegation to Attend Myanmar Baptist Convention “Baptist Mission Bicentenary Celebration"
On November 30, a group of ten people will travel to Myanmar to attend the Myanmar Baptist Convention celebration of the Judson mission legacy. The group will be led by President Molly T. Marshall. Others in the group include Central student Angela Jackson, who will be sharing the Judson story with the group; Vice President John Gravley, who is handling the logistics; Francisco Litardo, who is capturing media from the experience; and six friends of Central who simply want to be part of this historic celebration.
The group will travel south to Mawlemyine (Moulmein) and Amherst for the first few days of the trip to see the historic Judson sites in this area. Next they will travel back to Yangon for the Myanmar Baptist Convention celebrations (to be held December 4-8). Highlights of the celebrations will be the Blessing and Ribbon cutting ceremony, the worship service on the first night featuring ABC General Secretary Roy Medley, the tributes to the Judsons and other missionaries, and the Consecration and Communion Worship Service.
Central is honored to be in partnership with the Myanmar Institute of Theology and to share in the ongoing legacy of the Judsons’ mission service. With over 30 Central Doctor of Ministry students spread throughout the country, the seminary has a unique connection to Myanmar and the ongoing witness of the Gospel there.
Opportunities to participate in these kinds of events, even more importantly, also impact and enhance Central’s awareness of God’s activity throughout the world. Watch the website for blog posts and other updates from the travelers in the coming days. May this wonderful mission legacy continue to bear fruit in Myanmar and all over the world.