Dominican Republic Single women
We thought we would be attending “one more Christian women’s conference, ” but God had other plans. In this prayer-infused, anointed gathering of women, a vision was cast; we felt called to join a counter-cultural revolution that gripped our hearts.
Following this conference, many marriages were saved as women left the workplace to embrace and pursue a more excellent calling in their homes and families. Many became disciplers of others, producing a ripple effect of the conference’s core message.
We could not foresee the magnitude of what God was doing, the force of the call, the scope of the possibilities, or the strength of this movement God had initiated. We had no idea the waves would extend so far from the epicenter, but His plans began to unfold before our very eyes. We are now anticipating that the movement will expand, by God’s grace, like a big tsunami to other countries in Latin America.
We are living very exciting days for God’s kingdom in Central and South America. Many truly believe these countries are in the early stages of revival. A doctrinal reformation is happening as believers are being led to the Scriptures and accepting them as their authority. Many followers of Jesus are embracing sound doctrine for the first time. A highway has been opened for our message. The movement has begun to grow and bear fruit in the hearts of many Latin American women.
These past years, with the launching of Aviva Nuestros Corazones (the Revive Our Hearts outreach to Hispanic women), God has been raising up ambassadors for the message of freedom, fullness, and fruitfulness in Christ. Each day, we hear from women in cities and villages from El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala, Argentina, Costa Rica, Colombia ... and far beyond.
In this context, by the Lord’s providence and timing, we will be holding our first True Woman conference in Latin America: Mujer Verdadera 2015, with the theme “Ahora Es el Tiempo” (“Now Is the Time”), patterned after that first True Woman event in Chicago.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss, Mary Kassian, and Dannah Gresh will be speaking to several thousand women, casting a vision for true womanhood. We pray that many women will join us from all over Latin America and that God will continue to accelerate the movement as He brings reformation and revival to their minds and hearts.
The conference will take place February 26–28 in Santo Domingo, at the IBI Auditorium. It will begin with a pre-conference for young girls and single women led by Dannah Gresh on Thursday evening. The main conference will follow with two full days of teaching and worship.
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