Charisma Ladies hold five-day convention

BY: Caroline Boateng
Dr Chidinma Nwaima of the Women of Purpose Ministry International
Dr Chidinma Nwaima of the Women of Purpose Ministry International

Women of the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (CEM), also known as Charisma Ladies, have held a five-day convention in Accra on the theme: “Pressing on to greatness”.

The convention, held recently, attracted members of the ministry from all over the country to listen to inspirational messages from three international speakers.

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They were Rev. Mrs Liliane Sanogo, a pastor of the Vases d’Honneur Church in Cote d’Ivoire; the Vice President of the Men of Issachar Vision Inc., Rev Mrs Stella Adjetomobi and the General Overseer of the Women of Purpose Ministry International, Rev. Dr Chidinma Nwaima, both from Nigeria.

The theme for the convention was taken from the general theme of the church for the year 2018: “Greatness”.

In her sermon, Rev. (Mrs) Sanogo said God’s plans to make people great applied in the same manner to both men and women.


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Using Deborah, a prophetess in the Bible, as an example, she showed how the prophetess ruled Israel in ancient times because of the greatness given to her by God.

Rev. Sanogo encouraged women to be resolute in faith and believe in the ability of God to make them great in all their endeavours.

Attitude

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For her part, Rev. Dr Nwaima reminded the women that achieving greatness in life involved dedicating oneself to the things of God to attain the transformational change they desired.

She said change was also possible through the right attitude, explaining that “attitude is a tool that can enhance what you do”.

“Spray a little of your positive attitude wherever you go; touch lives positively; develop the right attitude if you want greatness,” she urged them.

In another sermon, Rev. Mrs Adjetomobi told the women that the culture of Christian life was greatness and mentioned prayer as a habit of greatness.

She, therefore, urged women to focus on goals and avoid distractions such as unnecessary gossips.