Women’s Minister Urges More Women To Have Leading Roles In Church

The Co-founder of an annual Christian woman’s event has vowed to encourage more women to be prominent figures in the church.

Mimi Ajala – who runs Mimi Ajala Ministries – claimed that women are not able to reach their full potential in the establishment of churches as men are usually seen as leading pastors that block the way for women who want to fill the role.

Pastor Ajala, 40, of Muswell Hill, North London started the International Gathering of God’s Women (IGOGW) in 2009 as a way of empowering Christian women from all over the world.

The IGOGW is an annual women’s conference in London with an aim to empower, inspire and transform every aspect of a woman’s life. It is an event that aims to equip, empower and birth woman into who God created them to be.

Mimi Ajala says that,

“Every woman is born to fulfil a purpose and to make an impact with their lives. I believe IGOGW is a stepping stone in that direction.”

“It was a pleasure having two strong women like Karren Brady and Tasha Cobbs minister and speak to these women because the whole point of this conference is to encourage every woman to reach their potential and live in the fullness that God promises and become prominent figures within the church. Being able to make an impact and having some influence in the world is also what the yearly celebration brings

 

 

This year’s conference had world renowned American Gospel Artist, Tasha Cobbs and prominent figures like Baroness Karen Brady who gave a speech on what its like being a

Christian working woman in a male-dominated industry.

 

Ajala is an anointed speaker of the Word and delivers it in a compelling way. Her strong passion and belief in God’s people with a strong desire to see the establishment of God’s Kingdom here on the Earth is imminent. Next year’s tickets for the next IGOGW are available for purchase now and will hold in London’s Excel Exhibition Centre.

 

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