September 27, 2016
You are probably wondering why the previous post has two dates. It’s because I wrote it the day before the Women’s Conference and then forgot to post it to the blog and it wouldn’t have made sense to only have the after date showing.
Now to share the conference with you.
The conference was incredible. It was more than incredible, it was awesome!!! We opened with prayer and I do believe the Spirit of the Lord was there with us.
I had a great time, heard some truly amazing stories, and learned what others have gone through and how they overcame their obstacles.
I was honored to introduce the host of the conference, Sheya Chisenga, Friday morning and crowned her as our queen. Sheya almost singled-handedly put the event together with very little help.
She expended so much enthusiasm and excitement, it extended to everyone in attendance. We were covered in it. The energy radiating in the room was so thick, you could almost cut it with a knife.
Everyone arrived already feeling enthused, excited, and eager to learn what they could take away from the conference and use in their lives and business and the excitement just build up higher, stronger.
There were five or six speakers for each day and I am proud to say I was one of the speakers. We had two keynote speakers, Illesha (CoCo) Graham from Sacramento, Cheryl Pullins from Florida.
Both were great speakers with powerful stories and messages for the audience. LaTanyua Thompson moved everyone to tears before hitting us over the heads with a strong message on being hypocrites. Not to be out done, Stephanie C. Harper demanded to know why we were sitting there instead of using our God given talents.
My sister, Nora, came up from Fontana, CA, to attend the conference. She hopes to start her own movement there. Knowing her as I do, I have no doubt she will succeed.
My talk was mainly to the older women in the audience. I shared my age and let them know it was not too late to see their dreams come to fruition.
We closed with a prayer and no one seemed inclined to go home. Most of us were still there sharing in the spirit of the event for almost two hours after it was over.
I took pity on Sheya and decided to make my exit and hoped others would get the message and start to leave as well.
Below is a couple of pictures of the event. Until next time, take care. lw