UNDER the theme “Unlocked And Released”, the women of Evangelistic Temple will come together for a time of renewal at their 13th annual Women after the Heart of God Conference 2014. Services will be held nightly from November 12-14 at 7.30pm at Evangelistic Temple East, located on 4th Terrace and Collins Avenue. This event will culminate with a prayer breakfast on Saturday November 15 at 8am.
“Come expecting a greater move of God as we receive from our gifted speakers who promise to deliver inspiring and healing words from the Lord. Our complement of speakers comes to us with a wealth of education, biblical knowledge, training and Christian service,” organisers said.
Speakers will include the following persons:
• Dr Judy Smith is the co-founder of both Lifegate Christian Ministries in Blackwood, Abaco, and South Side Christian Ministries International in New Providence. She currently serves as the full-time executive pastor of South Side Christian Ministries International along with her husband, Apostle Dr C Clifford Smith. Dr Smith is the product of three generations of pastoral leaders.
She brings her strong Christian heritage, values, and moral standards to the conference this year. Although she is gifted in many areas of ministry inclusive of prophecy, teaching and intercessory prayer, Dr Smith has chosen to lend her God-given talents and abilities to assisting women and teenage girls. She is the founder of Majestic Young Ladies, a ministry that is centered around mentoring teenage girls. Added to her extensive repertoire, Dr Smith is also an author, marriage and family counselor, and is a certified nutrition and wellness consultant. On Wednesday November 12, she will speak on the topic “Unlocked and Released through Angelic Connection”.
• Rev Margo Victor, who is the National Sunday School director for the Assemblies of God in the Bahamas and the Turks and Cacios Islands, comes from the Living Waters Assembly in Freeport, Grand Bahama.
She has over 25 years experience in Christian ministry, and has worked in various capacities; Christian educator, conference speaker, author, and is assistant pastor to her husband, Rev Eddie Victor.
On November 13, she will speak on the topic “Unlocked and Released through Supernatural Manifestation”.
• Apostle Brenda Pratt is called and anointed with the Fivefold Ministry Gifting to Train, Equip, Empower and Activate those in the Body of Christ for Christian Ministry.
She has served for more than 32 years as a youth leader, choir director, praise and worship leader, director of music and fine arts, and she presently serves as apostle and leader at the Global Worship Centre. She is the founder of the Daughters of Zion Global Network, the Ruach School of the Prophets, and also serves as president and lead lecturer at the Global College of Theology, a satellite extension of the North Carolina Theological Seminary.
On November 14, Apostle Pratt will speak on the topic “Unlocked and Released through Divine Intervention”.
• Dr Rosetta Cleare has for the past 23 years has served as co-pastor at the Rema International Family Development Centre along with her husband, Rev Eugene Clare.
Dr Cleare has studied at various colleges in the US and Canada, and has served as an educator for more than 25 years with the Ministry of Education; she has also received many awards for her service in education, musical ability and literary talents.
Dr Cleare will close out the conference’s sessions at the annual prayer breakfast with the topic, “Unlocked and Released through the Power of Prayer”.
“Upon reflecting on our society’s current conditions, our conference president, Dr Wendy Cash, stated as Peter was physically imprisoned, today many are not only physically imprisoned but are also emotionally, spiritually, financially, and socially bound,” Evengelistic Temple representatives said.
“Many need to be unlocked and released from the chains of fear, low self-esteem, unforgiveness, bitterness and controlling habits. She said that today in faith it is crucial that we look beyond our current conditions believing that God knows exactly where we are. As God delivered Peter, He can and will deliver us also!”
Attendance for all sessions of the conference is free, with the exception of the prayer breakfast, which can be attended for a donation of $5.
Special gift packages will also be available for purchase at the conference for a cost of $25; they will be sold on a first come, first served basis. The cost of the prayer breakfast is included in the Packages. Infant and child care facilities will also be available during the conference for children up to 11 years of age.
For further information, contact the office of Evangelistic Temple at 322-8304 or visit www.evengelitictemple.orgs.