The inner-city youth program largely sponsored by Zion Global Ministries (ZGM/AWANA) began in 2009. It was one-of-a kind in that it was located in Bond Hill at AMIS school and every Sunday provided a full course meal, clothes, and school supplies. The program ended May 2017 and thereafter consisted of field trips and food only. An altered youth Bible study program is schedule to re-emerge February 2021.
Published by Glenda A. Smith
Glenda has been practicing law since 1992. She is licensed in Indiana and Ohio. Glenda is a graduate of Indiana University at Indianapolis. She has a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Masters of Public Affairs and Doctorate of Jurisprudence. Glenda is particularly interested in the protection of civil rights; without civil rights we cease to be a civilization. Glenda is currently admitted to practice in Indiana and Ohio State Courts, the Ohio Southern District Court and the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. She predominately works in the Ohio Southern District Court. She writes appellate briefs for the Sixth Circuit and Ohio First and Second Appellate Districts. She has been successful in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Glenda has also been successful in the Indiana Court of Appeals. She wrote a Writ of Certiorari and rehearing to the United States Supreme Court regarding the jury selection process in Ohio. The Writ of Certiorari and rehearing was denied. However, the Ohio jury selection process will be challenged again. The more it is challenged, the more likely the issue will be heard by the United States Supreme Court. Glenda is a trustee of the Lawyers Club. For years, she has provided pro bono (free) legal services to citizens via the Hamilton County Legal Aid Society Volunteer Lawyers Project. Glenda is in many organizations and a member of Zion Global Ministries, West Chester, Ohio. She is an evangelist and in 2009 started a youth Bible study in Bond Hill, Ohio which concluded in May 2017. Glenda periodically is a co-host with host, Senovia Byndon, on 88.3 FM, “I Hear You”, voice for youth, the civil rights and homeless segment. View more posts