WITH the aim of empowering and inspiring women to achieve their goals, the CHAMPS organisation hosted its “Face Lift” event last week.
The CHAMPS (Chosen, Honoured, Appointed, Motivated, and Positive Sister) came together at the Church of God of Prophecy Love Centre to engage in mentoring moments and other activities.
The evening was filled with tips – from the physical and spiritual perspective – on how a woman can be revived and rejuvenated by having a positive outlook on life despite the obstacles she face.
The sessions commenced with Bahamian artist and hair stylist Domonique D Delancy showcasing her art piece, ‘Woman and Butterfly’. She shared the inspiration behind her artwork during the event. The piece depicts a free and confident woman. The woman’s hair in the painting spells out words such as “God-fearing”, “positive” and “determined”.
“Her piece ‘Butterfly’ resonated how we as women go through various changes in our lives, and that we must be free to develop and produce our best,” said Samita Ferguson, CEO of CHAMPS.
“Following that session, we had Anya McKenzie, former Miss Gospel Bahamas, share a few beauty tips on popping the eyes and enhancing the lips, your every-day look for the workplace or a special occasion.
“We then ventured from the physical aspect of ‘Face Lift’ and manoeuvred on to the spiritual. We heard from our guest speaker Simone Gibson CEO of Pure Purpose Network, who spoke on how we as women could receive our ‘face lift’ via repenting – repenting from the past, making wrong decisions, and most importantly, develop a relationship with Jesus who can make one whole and restore that which was lost,” she said.
Individuals were also charged to make a difference and play a positive role in the church, home, at school and in their society.
“People can expect more empowering moments as CHAMPS seek to impact our nation via positive tools to enhance one’s life physically and spiritually,” Ms Ferguson said.