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Be agents of positive change, cleric charges women

Founder/ General Overseer of Solid Rock Chapel International, Accra Ghana, Rev. Dr Christie Doh Tetteh has urged Christian women to be agents of positive change in the society.
She charged women to follow their passion and not fashion as they remain committed to their roles as builders and sustainers of the family and society.
Dr Tetteh gave the charge in Lagos during the closing ceremony of this year’s Women of vision international conference of Christian Pentecostal Mission (CPM) International recently. The officiating ministers at the special Sunday service were CPM’s General Overseer, Rev Dr Obiorah Ezekiel, and the church’s National/International Coordinator, Rev Dr Mercy Ezekiel; they were supported by other notable men and women of God.
Delivering her sermon entitled, ‘Go! Make a difference,’ Tetteh urged Christian women to be result oriented as they try to influence their environment with godly values.
“You don’t need a big key to open a big door but a small key. Let your time go for you, let your money, let your prayer go, let your gift go, you will get result if you go. At a time that men were afraid to go (to battle) Deborah went and then the men followed. Go as a mother, go as unmarried, go as a student, go as a nursing mother.
“As a wife, you are expected to be the watchperson of the house; you don’t indulge in too much sleep. Make a difference in the way you cook and in the bedroom because you have been anointed and empowered,” she said.
Rev Mrs. Ezekiel had in her opening address to the delegates said the theme of the conference was in line with Jesus’ charge to his disciples in the gospel Book of Luke, chapter 9-10.
She said, “I am amazed by the number of times Jesus said ‘go.’ Go is a command to action. You cannot follow Jesus and stay where you are. It is not possible. But it is so much easier to stay. It is familiar and often comfortable to just stay where you are. It is less risky and less dangerous.
“Yet, it is our duty to go, not just to go but to go make a difference, no matter the cost. So I enjoin you to be part of this generation of difference makers. Make a difference in our nation, in the church, in business, families and the world as a whole.”
Some of the preachers that featured at the week-long event were Archbishop Margaret Benson Idahosa of The Church of God Mission Internatioal; Rev. Mrs. Faith Ukaegbu  of Full Gospel Believers’ Church and Rev Mrs. Abiola Omobude.
The well-attended event also featured empowerment programme, skill acquisition; health talks and screening among others. Delegates from different parts of the country and Ghanah participated in this year’s event. States that excelled in different competitions carted home different gifts during the event.

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