Integrity, righteousness, solitude, forgiveness, waiting for God are the themes that stood out for delegates during this year’s leadership conference.
They committed to being ambassadors of social righteousness, bring change in their communities and places of work, leading with integrity and standing on the truth.
Mentoring younger leaders, discipling people, creating accountability for the way they live their lives, and sharing what they heard during the conference were also important to them.
“The conference was timely and impactful to the lives of leaders who participated and we look forward to a society free of corrupt practices, with integrity seen in the lives of leaders in different walks of life,” said international coordinator Tassie Ghata.
Ninety-six people participated in our conference in mid-September at Miango Rest Home. Tassie and the organising team had hoped and planned for 80 delegates, expecting less because of the economic meltdown in Nigeria“But to the glory of God we ended up with 96 people registered and participating in the conference,” she said.
Over two and a half days speakers – Pastor Graham Phillips, Rev Dr Dachomo, Dr Majam, Dr Khamofu and Mark Hopkins – challenged delegates to be great leaders of people through forgiveness, understanding, love and care, and discernment.
Please pray for:
- Delegates as they return to their workplaces and communities and seek to apply what they learnt during the conference
- Congregations and their employees to listen, understand what they share, and be willing to change their mindsets and behaviours to bring honour to God.