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Diasporian News of Thursday, 3 May 2018

Source: Terra Dakota Stein

Perez Chapel International in Amsterdam hosts ‘High Tea for Ladies’

Internationally women are recognised as the bedrock of the home and community as societies either from the developing or developed world depend on women in shaping and directing critical issues for the entire community to smile and keep the body and soul together.

As once said by Margaret Thatcher “Any woman who understands the problems of running a home will be nearer to understanding the problems of running a country,” and is fully supported by Proverbs 31:26 "When she speaks, her words are wise, and she gives instructions with kindness."

These are adequate affirmations for Perez Chapel International in Amsterdam to host a triangular co-operation meeting with the women and young ladies to interact on various issues ranging from spiritual growth and faith in the saviour, personal development, family management, church development and creating a network among the women and the young ladies within the church.

The High Tea meeting was organised by the women ministry of the Perez Chapel International in Amsterdam under the theme ‘Self disclosure’ which in a large context will break the metaphorical bridge between the women and the young ladies in order to communicate and share personal experience, aspirations, life setbacks, empowerment attainment and exposure to modern trends of women issues among others.

Pastor Harriet Ankomah the wife of resident pastor Chris Ankomah urged the women to develop a strong relationship with Christ as she shared her testimony on how her life has been transformed and has grown spiritually when she established her personal relationship with Christ.

Pastor Harriet Ankomah advised the women and the young ladies to always seek the voice of God when taking a critical and decisive decision as the impacted or outcome can affect community including the church.

The women ministry in Perez Chapel International in Amsterdam is in a series of events to build and strengthen faith and spiritual upliftment of women and the church will host their first ever women-only all-night service on the 18th of May 2018.

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