PIWC-Obuasi Organises “Daughters Of Zion” Conference web

PIWC-Obuasi Organises “Daughters Of Zion” Conference

The Virtuous Ladies wing under the Women’s Ministry of the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Obuasi, organised a six-day programme for young ladies, dubbed the “Daughters of Zion” (DOZ) Conference.

The programme, held from Tuesday, March 19 to 25, 2024, brought together ladies with a special interest in women’s affairs, including non-members, to equip them as agents of transformation in their spheres. The participants attended with official outfits, which was the dress code for the evening.

The event commenced with an intense worship and praise session, after which the Resident Minister, Pastor Samuel Addo Annor, spoke on the topic “Daughters of Zion, Unleashed to Transform their World, Famous, Yet Eager for Divine Wisdom.”

On the second day, members adorned outfits with flamboyant colours, which portrayed the colours of their temperaments. Mrs. Andria Blessed Annor spoke extensively on the topic “The Home as an Equipping Centre.”

Mrs. Keizia Agyare took her turn on the third day and enlightened participants on the topic “The Unleashed Woman and Her Finances.” The dress code for the event, which was mainly interactive, was smart casual wear.

The DOZ conference took a cultural turn on the fourth day, as participants attended the service robed in brightly coloured African prints, beaded bracelets, and necklaces. Deaconess Mrs. Regina Boamah spoke on the topic “The Lady, Her Lover, and Her Lord” during the service.

The ministry organised an outreach to the St Jude Hospital, Obuasi-Bedieso, where they evangelised to patients and staff and also donated some items, including bedsheets, disinfectants, bleach, toilet rolls, and others, to support the hospital.

The conference was climaxed on Sunday, March 24, 2024, as the Church received the visitation of the Area Head, Prophet David Kankam Beditor. He spoke on the topic “Unleashed Deborah to Transform Her World.”

Report by PIWC Obuasi Media.

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