The Women’s Ministries Department of the Seventh-day Adventist World Church is set to hold a global, virtual conference on October 28 and 30. The Conference will be set around the Adventist Church’s strategic plan for the quinquennium “Reach the World: I Will Go.”
The “I Will Go Virtual World Conference” is free, and will stream live on the Women’s Ministries Department Facebook page and YouTube Channel. It will also stream on the official Facebook and YouTube channels of the Adventist Church.
“The effects of the pandemic have touched all our sisters globally and we felt there was a need for us to connect to encourage and uplift our sisters, and to share reports on what women have been doing during the pandemic to reach out to their sisters in the church and community,” said Heather-Dawn Small, director of Women’s Ministries for the Seventh-day Adventist World Church.
“Women need to have spiritual nurturing, motivation, encouragement, hope, a new vision from God for their lives,” Small continued.
Presenters will include Dr. Ella Simmons, general vice-president for the Seventh-day Adventist World Church; Dr. Katia Reinert, associate director of Health Ministries for the Adventist World Church; Linda Koh, director of Children’s Ministries for the Seventh-day Advnetinst World Church; Erica Jones, associate director of Women’s Ministries, for the Adventist Church in North America; Carolyn Sutton, Author and Speaker; and Dr. Janice Johnson Browne, Pastor of Congregational Care, Riverside Seventh-day Adventist Church.
For more information, including where to watch the online conference and promotional material, visit the Women’s Ministries website.