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SINGLE, SEPARATED, SANCTIFIED!



We are counting down to the first national convention of single women at SHEKINAH ASSEMBLY INT'L CHURCHES.

Not only is the convention maiden, it is also extremely unique. You will say I told you so!

Its theme is SINGLE, SEPARATED and SANCTIFIED

This conference is scheduled to hold at the renowned university of Nigeria  Enugu Campus (UNEC) from Thursday,  August 4th  to  Sunday August 7th 2016. 

The beautiful thing is we have accommodation in place for those coming outside Enugu city.
You see, hotel bills shouldn’t scare you.

I’m going to bring you word and extra graphics on our speakers shortly. You can bet they are women you want to hear.
(Whispers)I’ll be speaking too!

What is blowing my mind away, is the heavy impart this conference is set to make in our history as young women.

Now whether you are the career woman, the ministry woman, the fashonista, totally single or radically engaged; this conference has something amazing waiting for you!

Let me give you a sneak peep on some of the sessions we would be having.

WORKSHOPS
·        The power of feminity
·        The lady Entrepreneur
·        Love court
·        The boundaries of submission
·        Career and Ministry: Striking a balance

BREAK OUT SESSIONS
·        Matured singles and finishing Class

SEMINARS
·        Packaging your worth
·        The gift of a second chance
·        The lady on missions
·        Overcoming procrastination

SYMPOSIUM
·        The fashionable lady
·        Cuisine magic
·        Make-up Artistry
·        Feminine health issues
·        Beauty therapy
·        Health walk
·        Some more skill acquisition

INTERACTIVE SESSION
·        IMAG- I Met A Guy

Others include
·        WWW (When Women Worship) MARANATHA- 3 hours of pure worship
·        Explosive word ministrations
·        Morning glory break out and lots others that are better experienced than told!

Morning sessions are held at 5:30 and 8:30am while evening sessions hold at 5pm. It’s a FULL CAMP EXPERIENCE!!
Therefore, if you live outside Enugu and will like to attend this conference, kindly reach us on these numbers

Nsukka: Queeneth 09036157478
Abia/Umuahia:  Pst Precious 07036403772
Lagos: Judith 08163254628
Anambra/Nnewi: Pst oge 08034232667
If you have any questions please direct them to shekinahpearlconvention@gmail dot com. We would be glad to answer them

SAVE AUGUST 4-7 2016!!!

We can’t wait to be with you!!

Committed to your wholeness
Anne Atulaegwu



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