Key note speakers – ICGB 2018

Published on September 5, 2018

Rev. Dennis Pethers has served as chaplain for Girls’ Brigade England and Wales for many years and a regular speaker at their conferences. He urged the over 300 delegates to keep abiding in the vine if we want to maintain being fruitful. He also spoke of the historic nature of the event, celebrating 125 years of our mission. He challenged us to think about what we need God to do in us to be fruit bearers. He urged us to tell the world about the good work we are doing and challenge us to expand our reach.

While Mrs Janet Mwafulilwa Kalale an active and practicing preacher of the word, emphasised on the importance of knowing the soil we work with. She spoke about the world of Generation Z, their passions, their world, their compassion, their spirituality and their values. She challenged us to meet their needs and embrace their culture.

Mrs Brenda Sichilembe is serving as Zambia’s High commissioner to Nairobi and permanent Representative to the United Nations Office in Nairobi.  Emphasised on pruning she urged us to empty ourselves and have the image of GB in us by recreating it and giving  it colour because God loves colours. She urged us to believe in whom God says we are. She challenged us to be, Anointed, Equipped, Talented, Redeemed and Blessed.

The speakers were wonderful and made each session very inspiring. We thank God for a Fruitful and Overflowing periods we shared together.

Aruk – IVP Africa Fellowship

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