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Women of worth encouraged to take their positions

  • Participants in the 4th Annual Woman of Worth Ministries International conference left the two-day event knowing that they would be held accountable for their lives.


Published: Jun 20, 2013

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Life will never be the same for participants in the recent Woman of Worth (WOW) Ministries International conference because after two days of interceding prayer, they left the conference knowing they would be held accountable for their actions, and that their lives would never be the same.

Under the theme “Positioned for Such a Time as This” intercessors saturated the atmosphere in the Ocean View Suite at SuperClubs Breezes. It was transformed into a tabernacle of worship, with prayer and praise.

Minister Lavette McFall spoke to the women about what God has in store for them, while Reverend Eileen Johnson told them that they had been handpicked, processed and positioned and that God was getting ready to promote them.

Pastor Patricia Womack, out of Atlanta, Georgia, spoke to the women about being “light” in accordance with the conference’s theme.

“When we are called out by God, we cannot be threatened by other people’s gifts or talents because there is no competition in God,” said Womack.

She told them that everyone has been gifted for the role they are to play in the kingdom. And that God wants to reveal his plan and purpose for their life to each person individually. The pastor told the women that they all have their own unique flavor so there was not a need to compete because competition is counterproductive. And that weakness of attitude will lead to weakness of character and God wants women to be exceptional, established, extraordinary, excellent and endowed with power from on high.

Co-pastor Cleopatra Williams warned the women that they can be in position to receive their gifts, but out of place. And she encouraged the women to be vocal on issues. She told them to speak out on issues because they know the truth and if they don’t they would be out of place.




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