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Our vision is to see women healed from emotional hardship, sexual brokeness and restored to wholeness by the power of Christ in a solid and caring network to which they can belong to and grow in their leadership. We are made whole to lead. International Women's Ministry Network city teams (chapters) meets monthly to that end, engages in community outreach to meet with new women throughout the cities who may have never heard before of the Gospel, and/or struggling women leaders. We meet one on one with women weekly, teach seminars monthly and annually host a spiritual healing retreat each spring and an emotionally empowering conference each summer or fall. To join or start an IWMN chapter, contact us here.
1st RETREAT in 2003 with Dr.Peoples!
MWMN Bookclub sisters 2006
MWMN bookclub sisters 2006
MWMN Retreat 2007
MWMN 2013 Ministry Team
Catrina Sparkman, Speaker
When Men Pray - Special Seminar
Pasteur Lamercie Ernest
Achlai and Krishauna at MWMN 2013!!
“I've been really blessed by the ministry MWMN, not only by receiving advice or teaching by some amazing women but also by having the chance to be a blessing to others by leading worship. I believe that's what MWMN is all about: to receive but also to serve and give back by being a blessing to others. I've been to a conference this last July and it was a great encounter with God. A sweet meeting with my Lord. Thank you MWMN for what you're doing for women everywhere!”
Peggy, Worship Leader
MWMN gave me the opportunity to meet other women that went through the same challenges I faced in my life and I was not alone. MWMN helped me to believe that as a woman, I can do many things without losing myself and pleasing God first. Through MWMN I learned how to use the resources in the network to become a leader in my career and in my family. Despite my low self-esteem I finally embraced who I am in Christ by loving myself, forgiving others and meaning it and moving forward without hanging on to past hurts.
Lyne Dahebash, Author of "Lord Why Me? Being a Conqueror in the Midst of Pain."
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