The M.O.V.E.R.S. came to  Albany Ga.  Sat 2-11-17 to help the communities, that suffered damage from the Tornado.  This Photo has a special significance because on 4-17-17 we lost a brother, friend, mentor, Doctor and a man of God Dr. Thaddeus Chapman. His memory and Legacy is rooted in all that we do.  (Love you Bro Thad)

                  *PUTTING OUR TALK WITH OUR WALK *



Events & Announcements

The CEASE FIRE PROGRAM


 M. Chapman, DJ. Chapman jr. D. Milliener, D. Chapman sr.  

  *T. Chapman , P. Martin.   in  Albany Ga.




                      Calendar for  Guest Speakers & Speakers 

Speaker 

9-1-17   D.  Millener 





                                                            THE CEASE FIRE PROGRAM

                                                                              The M.O.V.E.R.S.  

The M.O.V.E.R.S. is a faith based organization of anointed and appointed men.  Men of Valor, of Honor, exemplifies Righteousness, Spirituality canvas for a greater level of holiness, exemplifying Strength and Spirituality. The founder and visionary is Dr. Darryl Chapman. He took the stand to unite men and youth, we must take the steps to truly exemplify what a faithful proud man looks like. 

Dr. Chapman, surrounded himself with like-minded men, that have been ordained to present; being a father, a brother, a friend, a fighter for truth, for pride in oneself, to be Honorable, and to show ourselves, as flawed people working to be the best we can be. We haven’t reached the top, but that we strive to be the best, that every man can be.

The M.O.V.E.R.S. work in and through our communities, to deal with people that might have forgotten who we truly are as proud and honorable people of faith. We have adopted an initiative that would help to stop youth violence in our communities and societies, Called the CEASE FIRE initiative. We are building the initiative according to the real needs of our youth, our plan is to take this initiative to all of Ga, and beyond. On Oct the 7, 2017. We are inviting you to join us. Oct 7. 2017, we will be in Albany Ga.

A list of the activities is on the agenda page. If you have a youth or young adult, Male & female, that needs help, please come to this event. 12 and up, are welcome.

Contact us. In Albany, Ga. Min. David Milliner 229 291-0466 or Dr. Darry Chapman. In Atlanta-Decatur and surrounding areas, Contact Min. Paul Martin. 404 284-0589 or 404 839-4383. We are looking to fill up Vans or bus together for this event.

 Min. Paul Martin

 The M.O.V.E.R.S. Organization

Albany, GA Field Office

DJ Milliner, Jr., Representative

1502 West Whitney Ave.

Albany, GA31707

(229) 291-0466

Themovers2.com

 

 

Sherie Gordon, Director of Athletics

AlbanyStateUniversity

504 College Drive

Albany, GA31705

(229) 430-4754

sherie.gordon@asurams.edu

 August 14, 2017

 Ms. Gordon:

 Thank you for meeting with us and considering our request.  We look forward to receiving 30 tickets to the football game set for 2 p.m., Saturday, October 7, 2017.

 The “…CEASE FIRE…” Bus tour slated for 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, October 7, 2017, will be highlighted by an afternoon presentation of a jewel in the crown of Albany State University Athletics.   Challenged young men from all over the area always look forward to Golden Rams Football and many other events the fine institution offers.

 Please help us with this endeavor and we really appreciate all you do.  Thank you, again, and blessings,

 DJ Milliner, Jr.



Text Box: ...CEASE FIRE...

An Albany, GA Movement to Peace Targeting the Decad     Text Box: 10 a.m. -1 p.m., Sat., Oct. 7th  Text Box: Free Bus Tour & Free Food

 In direct response to the recent crime wave in the GoodLifeCity, join the M.O.V.E.R.S. organization, area officials and first responders as we outline a local, regional and national plan of peace for 10-20 year olds

 

Agenda

 

10 a.m.            Welcome                                 Dr. Darryl Chapman, MOVERS

 

10:05               Discussion & Brief Tour        W. Frank Wilson, ACRMI Director

 

10:35               Van Boarding and Caravan Tour       DJJ and Volunteers

                        Albany Civil RightsMovementMuseum

Civil RightsPark (Pause)

ASU East (Pause)

Radium Springs to Oakridge to Liberty Bypass to Holley Drive (Pause) to

Radium Springs to Oakridge to Newton to Lippitt to McKinley to Odom to Van Buren (Pause) to Holloway to Union Grove Cemetery (Pause) to McKinley to Highland to Slappey to Gillionville to ASU West (Pause) to Healthy Living Farms (Pause) to Lockette Station to Oakridge to Riverside Cemetery (Pause) to ASU Football Stadium 

 

12:30 p.m.       Blessing the Food                   Min. Paul Martin, The GPP Foundation

 

12:35               Remarks from Area Officials Led by Michael Persley, APD Chief

                                                                        And John Fields, ASUPD Chief

                       

As we eat lunch City & County officials and area law enforcement have the opportunity to pour into the hearts and minds of participants.

 

This time will also be used to have “one on one” time with youth and engage in a conversation leading to a tracking program ensuring we monitor progress.  Certain gifts and prizes will be given away.

 

1                                     Dismissal with tickets to game and meal tickets

 

 

Text Box: ...CEASE FIRE...

An Albany, GA Movement to Peace Targeting the Decade of Doom

                                                                                                                                               

 

Text Box: 10 a.m. -1 p.m., Sat., Oct. 7th

 

In direct response to the recent crime wave in the GoodLifeCity, join the M.O.V.E.R.S. organization, area officials and first responders as we outline a local, regional and national plan of peace for 10-20 year olds

Text Box: Free Bus Tour & Free Food

We will begin at the Albany Civil Rights Institute, Tour the city and end at the Albany State University East Campus

Text Box: Ask About Probation Credit for Participation

Integrity Hospice Logo

Text Box: Prizes & Surprises

www.themovers2.com   229.291.0466   Milliner.enterprises@gmail.com

 

 

Text Box: ...CEASE FIRE...

An Albany, GA Movement to Peace Targeting the Decade of Doom

                                                                                                                                               

 

Text Box: 10 a.m. -1 p.m., Sat., Oct. 7th  Text Box: Free Bus Tour & Free Food

 

In direct response to the recent crime wave in the GoodLifeCity, join the M.O.V.E.R.S. organization, area officials and first responders as we outline a local, regional and national plan of peace for 10-20 year old

 


Text Box: Ask About Probation Credit for Participation

Integrity Hospice Logo

www.themovers2.com   229.291.0466   Milliner.enterprises@gmail.com

 

Text Box: ...CEASE FIRE...

An Albany, GA Movement to Peace Targeting the Decade of Doom

                                                                                                                                               

 

Text Box: 10 a.m. -1 p.m., Sat., Oct. 7th  Text Box: Free Bus Tour & Free Food

 

In direct response to the recent crime wave in the GoodLifeCity, join the M.O.V.E.R.S. organization, area officials and first responders as we outline a local, regional and national plan of peace for 10-20 year olds

 

Evaluation

 

 

1.         Was this effort informative?              Yes                              No                  

 

2.         Can the information shared be used now?      Yes                              No                  

 

3.         What can be done to improve this effort?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

4.         What did you enjoy most about this effort?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

 

5.         What did you enjoy least?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

 

6.         Using the scale of 1-6 with six being the highest rating, rate the overall effectiveness of this effort.                

(1-very poor; 2-poor; 3-adequate; 4-good; 5-very good; 6-excell