Me In Motherhood Conference 2017
Mothers Arising – Birthing Nations
A lot of women are in our times arising to the fact that motherhood should never be an excuse for not becoming all that God has called to be.
Many women are now embracing other roles outside of their motherhood roles and are excelling in doing so too.
We believe very much that one of the roles that God has called us to as mothers is the role of NATION BUILDING.
In fact, we have several examples in scripture to back this up.
The Me In Motherhood Conference is a meeting that God has ordained to ignite in mothers the passion to embrace their roles and truly become the best that God has called them to be.
This year’s edition of the conference is a Call to all mothers to Arise and birth nations. This birthing of nations is not only about going into politics or contesting for a position in government. It is more about birthing nations that the Lord has placed inside us in our generation.
God is calling us to birth nations on 3 levels and He is going to ignite the hearts of His daughters at this meeting.
– Birthing Our Biological Children and Molding them for destiny in the place of prayer.
– Birthing of Dreams that the Lord has put in us and pushing them to maturity.
– Birthing of Physical Nations in Intercession and by raising a generation of children who will become Nation builders.
We believe very strongly that from this meeting, women will arise and begin to find their place in destiny and begin to birth every single thing that the Lord has for them.
So, whether for stay at home moms like Jael, or Business moguls like Lydia, or Warriors and Nation builders like Deborah or Queens pushing their children into destiny like Bathsheba, the mother of Solomon, each one of us has a unique assignment the Lord has prepared us for.
It’s time for us to ARISE & FULFILL OUR PART.
This year’s conference holds on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 at 9am
Venue: Daniel Generation Hall, RCCG, Olive Tree Parish, Banana Island, Lagos
Time: 9am to 4pm
Moyin Oluwa, Kikelomo Mudiaga, Bolajoko Bayo-Ajayi, Modupe Lanre – Akinsiun, Morin Osunmakinde, Debola Deji-Kurunmi, Mildred Okonkwo, Tope Olagbegi, Adesunmbo Adeoye