PHOTOS: When Phaneroo Held Defining Women's Conference

Phaneroo Ministries International has been known to hold the biggest Christian gatherings in the history of Uganda. Its annual Women's Conference held on Saturday, 6th July 2019 was no exception.

With an impressive turn up of around 20,000 women in attendance, the conference formed yet another building block in defining the destiny of our nation and shaping the character of our society.

It was the platform for advancing Phaneroo's message of equal opportunities for women in society and the need to raise them as pioneers and thought leaders in their various industries.

Santa Anzo, the proprietor of Arapapa Models graced the occasion and shared distinctive wisdom on how one ought to dress for their calling.

 

Pastor Modesta Sweneey of Phaneroo Ministries International underscored the uniqueness of the woman's spirit, saying, "There is a war that only a woman can fight." Inspirational world renowned author and motivational speaker, Dr. Cindy Trimm, CEO of Trimm International had this to say, "The hand that rocks the cradle still rules the world."

 

Emphasising the unique role of the woman across the globe, she said, "The day you were born dear woman, you were fully loaded. You carry something for your community and every child you birth and raise is a gift to society."

 

The conference was crowned by Apostle Grace Lubega, the Vision Bearer of Phaneroo Ministries International who stated "Although Africa has carried a patriarchal grace on men, God is raising female generals in our country for He is no respecter of persons."

 

The Women's conference is only one of a series of events that are a precursor  to Phaneroo's upcoming 5th anniversary. On 10th August 2019, the ministry will celebrate 5 years of a phenomenal existence.

 

With its influential reach into various educational institutions across Uganda, prisons allover the country and to countless Christians in and outside Uganda, Phaneroo continues to be a catalyst of generational transformation.

Last modified onMonday, 08 July 2019 17:57

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