Uganda: Phaneroo Ministries’ Annual Women Conference Returns
Phaneroo Ministries International is scheduled to hold the fifth edition of its annual women’s conference, My Great Price, on June 17 at Kololo Independence grounds, Kampala.
The thematic focus for this year’s edition is Transformed by Grace–an allusion to the wonder-working power of the word of God to deliver, transform and reform anyone, anything, and any situation.
This annual event is exclusively for women of all ages, races, and walks of life, and is intended to celebrate the woman and motherhood.
Through My Great Price, Phaneroo purposes to raise women who are hungry for God, fervent in faith, demonstrative in the things of God, and fully equipped to make a real difference in their homes, workplaces, and society as figures of influence, mothers of and to nations, nurturers of great leaders, nation builders and role models.
Such women are aligned to their God-ordained destiny and are purpose-driven.
“My Great Price is always deliberately planned to be enjoyable, engaging, thought-provoking, inspiring, and instructional in the way of God. And as such, the ministry has made bold promises, among others: this shall be the greatest gathering of women in the world; there shall be a healthy mix of fun and insightful discussions; there shall be miracles, signs, and wonders; lives shall be transformed; destinies will be aligned; families will be restored,” Phaneroo said in a statement.
The ministry says it expects attendees from all parts of Uganda and beyond, including Kenya, Tanzania, United Kingdom, Malaysia India, United States, Rwanda, Burundi, and Malaysia.
They say for those who are unable to attend the event in person at Kololo independence grounds, the entirety of the programme will be broadcast on their Manifest Television but also livestreamed on the Phaneroo YouTube channel, facebook and radio
Phaneroo says it has also planned to have livestream venues in various countries including, Kenya, United States, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, China, Rwanda, Burundi, South Africa, Malawi, Tanzania, and Malaysia.