The International Women's Ministry Network (IWMN) is an organization which promotes emotional healing & empowerment among young women in leadership. IWMN is also the supportive umbrella to the Montreal Women's Ministry Network (MWMN), the North Carolina Women’s Ministry Network (NCWMN), and our newest two Network healing communities, Southern California Women's Ministry Network (SoCalWMN) our newest Network healing community, and the Toronto Women's Ministry Network (TWMN) and all the WMN’s that will follow as God continues to raise young women leaders to rally one another to be spurred on towards engaging life and wholeness, throughout Canada, the United States, and beyond globally. The call is for young women of God to respond and answer the call of God to be made whole, fully who He has called us to be, to repent and to assert the good things that the Lord has in store for us! It is time for freedom! It is time for the daughters of God to know that they are loved of God and that they inherently have a God-given dignity. It is time for women to take up their rightful place in the Body of Christ and know that it is God’s will for you to be healed, to be set free, and to lead others towards healing and freedom.
IWMN likewise partners with many other ministries and resources to make them available and easily accessible to young women leaders who may be hurting, having a hard time, or perhaps simply desiring to connect with other women leaders in their community. To learn more about an IWMN chapter near you and how to get involved, contact IWMN here.
Achlaï Ernest Wallace
Accounting & Donations Specialist
Achlaï Ernest Wallace is the founder and Executive Director of the International Women's Ministry Network, an organization which promotes emotional healing & empowerment among young women in leadership. A speaker, teacher and worship leader, she was a Campus Minister and leader in college ministry for over a decade with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in Canada and the United States. Achlaï earned her M.A. in Counseling and is currently pursuing a Masters of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC. Achlaï is passionate about encouraging women leaders to live honestly and get comfortable with their weaknesses, because this is where God's grace abounds.
She is fervent about freedom from shame, zealous about emotional healing, and dedicated to help providing safe spaces for leaders to experience transformative restoration; where struggles and pain can be honestly shared and released; where leaders can be empowered to be fully who God has called them to be, emotionally whole, spiritually grounded.
Achlaï Ernest Wallace has been working with young women in the area of emotional healing, empowerment and leadership since 2002 when the first IWMN chapter began in Montreal, Canada. After having spent a decade in North Carolina, she and her husband Kenneth Wallace currently make their home with their delightful daughter, Hadassa in the greater Montreal area in Quebec, Canada.
Renita Sims is a speaker, intercessor, and mentor, Renita Sims loves to see Jesus meet people in their most vulnerable places; turning their mourning into dances and weeping into joy by His healing power. She has witnessed Him touch people emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Her desire is to present Him in such a way that others are drawn intimately to Him and receive His everlasting love.
A native of Detroit, Michigan, Renita’s love and commitment to God and the Kingdom has enlarged her territory. Having given her life to Christ at an early age, this powerful woman has experienced the valley and the mountain top on all levels. Renita is an incredible testimony of the dynamic, redeeming work of Jesus Christ. She believes and teaches that regardless of a person’s background or past mistakes, God has a plan for their life, will help them on their journey, and that there is victory over pain, trauma and abuse. She gives encouragement for hurting women who want to break the silence surrounding their secret pain and obtain healing from it. Not afraid to deal with hard, relevant issues she teaches, mentors and disciples with a challenging yet compassionate approach.
Today, she serves on as Elder and Administrator of the Minister Training Program at the City of Hope International Church in San Diego, CA where she currently resides with her husband Christopher Sims. She brings to the International Women’s Ministry Network Council, among other things, her incredible gifts of Administration and Organization.