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Women from around the globe meet for conference

Torika Tokalau
Tuesday, June 03, 2014

WOMEN from around the world will gather in Nadi for the 9th Raising Sisters conference this month.

The conference which will be held on June 7 at the Best Western Hexagon International Hotel will carry the theme "Love."

"Raising Sisters is all about encouraging, equipping, strengthening and empowering Christian women from different church denominations and the globe," founder and president of the event Pastor Rozina Greig said.

"Raising Sisters acknowledges that all sisters are precious and made in the image of God.

"It is easy to feel neglected in a world of busyness, pressure, prejudice and unfairness.

"However, we will affirm to all sisters that they are not alone.

"We stand together with each other and God. God loves each sister."

Speakers at the conference include Tak Bhana and his wife Adrienne who are senior pastors of Church Unlimited in Auckland, New Zealand.

David and Tina Vaka, the senior pastors of Breakthrough Church Springfield in Australia will also be a part of the conference

"There will be two local powerful and influential women speaking at the Conference also. In an environment of worship, faith, personal interaction and love come and join us at another life changing event," said Ms Greig.





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