Pentecost International Christian Centre organises women’s summit July 13
Pentecost International Christian Centre (PICC) will Saturday hold a special Women’s Summit in Lilongwe aimed at equipping women with skills to tackle different societal challenges.
PICC’s Women Hope chairperson Emily Namakhwa said in an interview Friday that the event is aimed at turning participants into ‘supernatural women’.
She said a supernatural woman is one who uses God’s guidance and wisdom in her everyday life.
“The summit’s theme is extracted from Isaiah 60 verses 1 to 22, where God is telling His people to rise and shine for their light had come forth and His glory had risen upon them.
“It will take place on July 13 at Crossroads Hotel from 8 am to 12 noon and from 1:30 to 4:30 pm,” Namakhwa said.
PICC is a church under the leadership of Pastor Esau Banda, and “it has a mandate of bringing hope to the hopeless and life to the dying.”
Pastor Banda will give the motivational talk on becoming the supernatural woman.
Namakhwa said the character of a supernatural woman is discussed in Proverbs 31 verse 29 which speaks of a woman who excels in life.
“We are living in a very complex world; therefore, women need to be prepared to face all kinds of challenges and opportunities that come in this world.
“This requires more than general knowledge, it requires God’s grace and favour,” she said.
Namakhwa, therefore, encouraged women to attend the summit saying it will transform their lives into supernatural women who will excel in leading their household, workplace, community and the nation.
The summit is an interdenominational conference targeting women from all walks of life.
Women in politics, business, corporate world, ministry, diplomats and foreign nationals are expected to attend.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :
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