A new season is here for women who want to truly fufill their purpose as two notable Nigerian women with a similar burden to impact their generation, Funke Felix-Adejumo, wife of the head of Agape Christian Ministries with headquarters in Akure, Ondo State is scheduled to give the lead speech at a conference hosted by Ibidunni Ighodalo, wife of Pastor Ituah Ighodalo of Trinity House, Lagos.
The meeting which centres on the topic, ‘Rebirth-Beauty from Ashes’ is organised on the platform of Trinity House’s women’s group called Timeless Women at The Dorchester, Water Corporation Drive, Oniru-Lagos on Saturday, November 11.
The topic of the conference is sourced from Isaiah 61:3 in the Bible, “To all who mourn in Israel, he will give a crown of beauty for ashes, a joyous blessing instead of mourning, festive praise instead of despair. In their righteousness, they will be like great oaks that the Lord has planted for his own glory.” A pointer to the fact that Felix-Adejumo’s discourse will be all about optimism and courage is a statement on the conference publicity material which states, “broken things can become blessed things if you let God do the mending.”
The speaker is the president of Funke Felix Adejumo Foundation. She is an accomplished pastor and teacher with deep insight into God’s word. Her foundation is dedicated to making worldwide impact with a special call to restoring dignity to womanhood. She is the author of over 50 books including ‘Fifty Lessons Life Taught Me’, ‘My Seed is Designed for the Palace’ and ‘Mothers Summit Prayer Points’.
At this time of harsh economic realities in the country, her message is expected to appease women, while imparting confidence into those who are going through pain and suffering. Her presentation is projected as a perfect tie-in with Ighodalo’s enduring efforts to bring hope to childless couples through her Ibidunni Ighodalo Foundation. While attendance at the conference which offers opportunity for networking, fellowship, questions and answers is free, participants are expected to register before November 9.