Our Annual Mother and Child Workshops followed shortly after that held at both campuses Malmesbury and Cape Town and were “home runs” yet again! The sessions were so blessed by powerful testimonies from Moms and their children as they took to the platform to share their greatest hurts and victories! An excellent workshop that hits home with everyone that attends.
Of the speakers who shared the platform with me were Natasha van Tonder at the Malmesbury Campus and in Cape Town, she shared the platform with other Moms and their daughters namely: Arlene Naidoo; Crystal Schilder; Reinette Myburg and Candice Booysen who had her mom in the audience. These women brought words of wisdom and encouragement. Another one of our highlights was the Women of Substance “Rags to Riches” which took place in Malmesbury.
Boy oh boy. The place businesses were birthed! WoSSA also hosted the “over 40’s” filled with some in-depth talk that liberated all and LOADS of laughter. That was the place to be if you found yourself on the other side of 40! I was invited to bring a message of inspiration that leads to transformation.
Women’s day was a treat with “Rapunzel, Let down your hair.” It was the day of spoiling the ladies with treats, pamper sessions, swop shop and some fantastic gifts and prizes, but the vast take away was the transforming message on intercessory prayer that took us all to another level! A perfect mix of nourishment for the body, and the spirit man!
We also hosted a “Chat and Chew” afternoon tea which was informative and delightful as was it when Terri Hannie took the platform again for Arise Women Ministries at their conference ‘She’s all that and More’. BUT August was not over, and it was time for our Annual Conference, titled “Undeniable Destiny and Favour!” held at Bridgeways Conference Centre, Centuay City in Cape Town , South Africa.
One of the most beautiful displays of God’s love and Grace as the word and powerful testimonies shared by the conference speakers, Errol Naidoo and Olga Meshoe which ended on a dominant note as Terri Hannie shared from her life changing testimonies, which some heard for the first time. Guests flooded to the altar as the call went out for prayer on all accounts. Along with our past annual conferences, was aired on TBN on Salt and Light with Errol Naidoo. An incredible conference as guests attests to this conference.
Finally, our last WoSSA event for the year; our Annual White Ribbon High Tea, which is a Fundraiser at both campuses where Terri Hannie shared the platform with Fay Nqoloba and Illse Rontgen. These fundraisers are for the project: Acts 16 STOP the abuse of men, women, and children as each one shared their incredible stories and empowered all present. We were most grateful to everyone who attended and showed their support for the Project. This year was truly blessed as our Youth took the platform for our last evening gathering in Cape Town for the year.
We are proud of them as they stepped out boldly in the name of Jesus as they shared a powerful Word that blessed all in attendance. Also, our piece de resistance the children’s “Show of works” along with dancing at our Carols by Candlelight and even more exciting, the welcoming of new partners. What a joy, as we look back, not only did we host powerful speakers and events to reach out to family, friends and the communities at large, but every word ministered at our gatherings was all a set up to bring God’s children into their divine destiny! Taking them from brokenness to wholeness, seeing healing, deliverance, and restoration take place as we experienced His power and Glory.