GOODLETTSVILLE, TN, April 21, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- After an extensive absence from the music industry as promoter of best-selling gospel-jazz recording artist and ex-husband, Ben Tankard and gospel diva, Yolanda Adams and others, Ms. Tankard-Nichols chose to keep a low profile by using the name Benita Savage Nichols to keep in touch with her family, friends, and associates in the gospel music industry and film biz.
According to Ms. Tankard-Nichols, the organization exists for the healing, restoration, and salvation of God's people. She states, "We are a catalyst for end time Revival throughout the Nations of the World." Her new online organization uses social networking and digital media to reach out to leaders in the religious sector and market place. In less than four month of launching the online ministry, Ms. Tankard-Nichols has developed and rekindled relationships with ministry leaders serving in the USA, Nigeria, Kenya, the Ivory Coast, Pakistan and India. She also uses her Facebook, Benita Tankard-Nichols profile, to host, educate, inspire, motivate and communicate with ecumenical, government, business, corporate leaders and visionaries world-wide.
Tankard-Nichols is committed to maintaining the Sparks-Savage family's legacy of advocacy for human rights, racial equality and community activism. Her parents and grandparents, who served in education and ministry, invested time, money and energy in the communities in which they lived. They carried words of hope and were catalyst for change on issues of segregation, women in ministry rights, the parents-teacher cooperative, family development and community empowerment. Crossing the racial, social-economic barriers, they reached out and impacted the communities where they lived.
During her employment at American Baptist College under the leadership of civil rights leader, Dr. Bernard Lafayette, II, of the Center for Nonviolence, Tankard-Nichols developed a commitment to defending the marginalized and disenfranchised.
Also, the CEO/Founder of BLSVision Enterprises, Ms. Tankard-Nichols stated that the company's re-launch as a Georgia corporation is planned for Summer of 2013 and has already begun to facilitate a national campaign to secure corporate sponsorships and donations for a missions trip to Lagos, Nigeria. She describes BLSVision Enterprises as a change agent: "Our mission is to produce, develop and support communication and related arts, digital media, and technologies that influence and create cultural sensitivity, empathy, understanding and action-- and thereby produce positive change in our world.
Ms. Tankard-Nichols is available to speak on issues on human and civil rights, and spiritual and economic empowerment. She is an entrepreneur and creative personality
who brings over 15 years of experiences in entertainment, marketing, promotion, event planning, fund raising, and partnering to meet the needs of clients.
The company provides fee-based marketing, promotions, novel distribution and management services to "motivated artists" and is now accepting music, films and transcripts submissions per the submission/review policy.
For more information, inquiries should be made using the contact information provided on http://www.blsvision.com/Contact_Us.html.
She is also the CEO & Founder of From the Heart of God Ministries. The organization empowers and equips followers of Jesus Christ, who serve in the Religious Sector and the Marketplace, to support the Vision of their Leaders and win their families, friends, co-workers and communities to Christ. We promote and facilitate Christian Unity among all denominations, races and nationalities.
Our new Safe Haven International Centers will provide opportunities for healing and hope for tired and/or broken leaders. Each Center will also incorporate a retreat for the rejuvenation of leaders and serve as a haven from the hustle and bustle of ministry and business.
To learn more about BLSVision Enterprises missions go to the website at http://www.blsvision.com/Contact_Us.html
# # #Read more Press Releases from Larry Elliott: