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‘Tis the Season for Christmas and CWIMA!


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‘Tis the Season for Christmas and CWIMA!
Tera Hodges is the Featured Speaker at the December Connect on Zoom

December 1, 2022 – Dallas, TX. – Christian Women in Media (CWIMA) members will meet on Zoom for an inspirational Christmas Connect meeting Thursday, December 15, 2022. The CWIMA monthly Connect Event takes place at Noon CST/10:00 a.m. PST/1:00 p.m. EST/7:00 p.m. GMT.

The Media Enrichment Speaker for the December Connect is Tera Carissa Hodges. Terra is the founder of the LR Global Media Group. The LR Global Media Group builds or restructures brand awareness in the media for corporations, small-to-mid-size businesses, events, ministries, influencers, and personalities via PR, sales, and marketing and media campaigns.

In addition, Tera has a heart to help women who have been bullied in the workplace ( and she has another website, where she shares Christian testimonies of influencers who relay their stories in order to impact others. Tera’s clients include NFL wives, media personalities, music artists, and business executives. You can learn more about Tera at

The Devotional Message will be presented by Tina Wanamaker. Tina writes women’s Bible studies, devotions, books, and newsletter articles with God at the center. Her passion is practical application of God’s Word to hearts and lives. A gifted teacher, she enjoys bringing the Bible to life as she shares personal examples.

Tina homeschools her children, speaks at ladies’ events, ministers in the jail as a chaplain, serves as an international women’s ministry leader and hosts a local Connect Group for CWIMA. She partners with her husband in ministering in the local community. In addition, they manage That I May Know Him Ministries, which utilizes media in various forms to share the gospel and equip believers to practically walk out their faith. You can find more information at

Rachelle Fletcher will be the December Connect Worship Leader. Rachelle has partnered with highly acclaimed producers for her CDs Breakthrough and Raise Praise. Her latest single is Water in My Desert which takes her listeners on a journey through the desert to the living waters of Christ. Rachelle and her husband, Bill, have pioneered and pastored churches for over twenty years. Together they founded one of the largest food banks in the Fort Worth area. In 2000, they launched the Goodness Project, which gives away over ten million dollars in resources to the poor and needy every year.

“This event will be a great way to bring in the Christmas season,” said Marina McLean, CWIMA Vice-President of Operations. “We have another powerful slate of speakers, and Rachelle is an outstanding worship artist.” For more details on the CWIMA Connect meetings and to register, go to

The next CWIMA “in-person” events are scheduled for Thursday, January 19, 2022. Details and locations to be announced. To become a member of Christian Women in Media, visit CWIMA’s website at:

About Christian Women in Media Association: Christian Women in Media Association (CWIMA) is a professional association dedicated to connecting women in purpose and vision. With a national platform focused on impacting our culture through media, our members work in the fields of social media, film, TV, radio, publishing, music, the arts, and entertainment. The organization promotes and provides opportunities for industry networking, professional equipping, and spiritual inspiration. CWIMA offers global conferences, music showcases, regional events, local networks, and international outreach.

The Heart of Mercy Mission (HMM), established in 2019, is a charitable division of Christian Women in Media Association. The purpose of the Heart of Mercy Mission is to rescue, redeem and restore women through the power of Christ and a tangible humanitarian effort. God’s heart is for marginalized women who are oppressed, disadvantaged, and abused. May we reflect God’s heart by showing love and mercy to the abused women globally

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