A women’s mentoring and empowerment organisation is stepping out with ‘Unlimited Confidence’ and holding their upcoming annual women’s conference in the 500 capacity events venue Middleton Arena.
Christian Women of Influence (CWOI) was founded in 2007 with the objective of empowering and mentoring women from across Manchester and around the world. They also have an outreach arm which works to support widows and orphans in a number of African countries. The organisation holds annual conferences that attract up to 150 women from across Greater Manchester.
Following the 2015 annual conference held in an average sized church in Middleton called Upper Room, CWOI founder, Prophetess Chi, received a message from the Lord telling her to take “Him into the Arena”. At the time she said that she was unaware of such a venue in the area. Upon discovering that such a venue existed, she proceeded to make a booking in obedience to the voice of the Lord.
This in itself became a long drawn out battle as the venue’s policy stated that they do not accept venue hire bookings from ‘religious organisations’. That raised a huge challenge for the group of women and is a story of its own
Needless to say that CWOI won the battle and find themselves hosting their first event in a venue of this nature and size. The theme of the conference is therefore aptly entitled: ‘Unlimited Confidence’. With a host of powerful and anointed minster’s including Pastor Jo Naughton, Madaleine Kerzner, Pastor Daisy Bailey and Prophetess Chi herself – amongst others, this conference already carries great expectation.
To top it off, the event is absolutely FREE to attend! So you have no excuse really. Register you attendance here:
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