We bless the mighty name of God for the Women of excellence conference – Mbarara chapter which took place from 3rd to 7th January 2020.  Ladies came from fourteen out of seventeen districts of Southwestern region and part of Mid Western regions plus Masaka, Kampala and Entebbe.

The women of Excellence during the conference teaching.

The average attendance was 171 (one hundred and seventy one) ladies, but on Sunday 5th, we allowed men to join the ladies for only one day, and 17 men turned up. So the total number that attended was 188(one hundred and eighty eight). We give glory to God.  The ladies went back home determined to mobilize more of their colleagues to come next year 2021. Pray with us that the number will be doubled or tripled.

The mega theme for this conference has always been taken from the book of Proverbs 31: 10 – ff,   “The woman of noble character” while the Sub – theme for this particular year was taken from Colossians 2 : 6 – 7 “Be deeply rooted in Christ…….”

The LORD blessed us with able speakers including our Executive Director – Dr. Lazarus Seruyange and his wife, Mrs. Seruyange Lois.  We also had a speaker from Tanzania, our area Bishop of the Anglican Church and more others

The occasion was graced by the offering of the certificates of attendance to every participant lady, followed by the graduation and commissioning of the ‘Colossian Challenge and the Romans Project Completers.  Many participants registered themselves to start on these In-depth Bible study programs.  Mr. Allan Koki who presided on this recorded;

6 church leaders successfully completed the Romans Project.

8 ladies successfully completed the Colossian Challenge.

4 church leaders enrolled for the Romans project.

39 members enrolled for the Colossian challenge

Some of the graduates take a picture with their certificates.

N.B. It was noted that about a third of the total attendance came to attend for the first time. This indicates that there is hope for more ladies to come and attend next year.

As a way forward, ladies were encouraged to organize such conferences in their local churches both upcountry and in cities.   Let us pray that the LORD will grant us all we need so as to serve Him well.  Glory be to Him alone.

Mukasa Amos Beesiga, 

Proclaim-Africa South-Western Region Director.

A photograph taken at the end of the conference.

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