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Encounter Church’s Honorees Share Their Purpose, Plan

By October 12, 2012 No Comments

Six south Louisiana residents were honored Sunday as members of the newly established CITY List during the inaugural CITY Celebration, hosted by the ENCOUNTER Church Baton Rouge. The event celebrated young leaders who are committed to making a difference in the lives of others, said Ricky Allmon, senior pastor of the ENCOUNTER Church.

Those honored were Ashley Northington of DENOR Brands & Public Relations, LLC; True Brown, Student Government Association president at Scotlandville Magnet High; Catrina Pullum of PullCorp Media & Business Consulting Group and the Center of Empowerment for Families & Youth; Arthur Reed of Stop the Killing, Inc.; Katrina Smith of KAS Productions; and State Rep. Ted James, who serves District 101.

During the event, held at the church’s place of worship — UA Citiplace Stadium Regal Theatres – each honoree shared his or her view of their life’s purpose, as well as a goal each hoped to accomplish within the next year.

Northington shared her passion for communicating with others, while Reed said his calling was to be an advocate for change and an example of self change. Pullum expressed her desire to protect the innocent and James noted his passion for serving people. Future aspirations ranged from Brown’s hope to being accepted into college to Smith’s desire to film a reality series in New Orleans.

Allmon said the CITY List will continue each year. Be a part of the celebration next year. To stay up to date, follow the church on Twitter @EncounterBR and Like them at

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