More than 800 women are expected to attend the annual Arise Women’s Conference at Word of Faith Christian Centre, Port Elizabeth from Thursday September 6 to Sunday September 9.
Speakers include prophetic UK church leader Wyona Norman — back by popular demand; Lyndie Mc Cauley, a familiar name at Arise and sought-after speaker at women’s conferences all over the world; Nomsa Phillips, a dynamic preacher with a unique prophetic and intercessory ministry; and South Africa’s Super Granny, Andalene Salvesen who is an author, parenting coach, a mother of four married children and grandmother of six.
“Women from all walks of life and denominations can come and relax as they are inspired and refreshed,” say the conference organisers in a press release.
The conference theme, “Seasons”, is based on a scripture in Ecclesiastes 3:1–13 that talks about one’s season being “God’s gift.”
This year’s conference charities have been placed under an umbrella name, Hub of Hope. The charities include Project Hope, Shepherd’s Field Rehabilitation Centre and Cleft Friends, a project of Smile Foundation.
Registration costs R270 per delegate. Students and pensioners pay R120 per delegate. More information about the conference and booking is available at www.ariseconference.org.za or by calling Madge Blignaut on 041 399 4400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.