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PICC Church to Spiritually Uplift Women

Written by  Lily Kampani
Pastors Esau and Loyce Banda Pastors Esau and Loyce Banda

Lilongwe, October 09, 2017: Pentecost International Christian Centre (PICC) will bring together women from all backgrounds and religious denominations for an annual women’s conference to be held at Crossroads Hotel, Sapitwa Hall in Lilongwe.

The event which is going by the theme ‘Making maximum impact: acts 17:6’ will take place from 12-14 October with Pastor Esau and Pastor Loyce Banda as speakers.

In an interview with the Malawi News Agency, (Mana), Vice Chairperson for women of hope Lilongwe, Ellece Bismarck said the annual meetings are interdenominational and free for all women interested including free transport for those coming from within Lilongwe.

“Participants should expect to leave the conference transformed as they will be empowered, educated and imparted with wisdom in all aspects of their lives,” explained Bismarck.

Bismark added that the information shared during the event would have a maximum lasting impact in their lives, families as well as ministry.

“The women will be encouraged and equipped with the necessary skills which is basically the best mother’s day gift that one can get since knowledge is power,” she stated.

The meeting will be conducted in the evenings from 5pm to 7pm, except on Saturday where it will be a whole day conference from 8 am to 5 pm.

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