ZAOGA hosts ‘Single Women’ symposium
13 November 2018
ZAOGA Forward in Faith is this weekend expected to host a Single Women Interdenominational Symposium at the Harare Gardens.
The three-day event will be held from November 16 -18 and will run under the theme “Living above the limits.”
The thrust of the symposium is to build a well-rounded God fearing single woman through the word of God.
Various speakers are expected to speak at the event comprise mother of the church Dr Eunor Guti, Director Reverend Caillar Mhlandhla, Pastor Edith Christmas, Dr Gamuchirai Mutanda, Author Marara and Pastor Caroline Maposhere.
Pastor Lawrence Haisa and David Mabvuramiti are expected to entertain guests the event.
Speaking to H-Metro, events director Elder Christina Ziki said:
“The symposium is a get together for single from all walks of life.
“We believe to be single is not a curse but its high calling, for everyone was born single.
“Our vision scripture is Isaiah 54 verse 5 which says “For your Maker is your husband, the Lord of hosts is his name; and the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer, the God of the whole earth he is called.
“All churches and even one who is not a single woman are all welcome”
Director Reverend Caillar Mhlandhla added:
“This is a historic event that we are now going to be holding annually.
“We are doing this to encourage and strengthen single woman as they face many problems in life.
“Single women are ladies that are capable of also getting high positions in government and other organisations and so we also want to motivate them and share ideas of the things they can do to uplift themselves.
“There is life is life after death, divorce and so they should not lose hope after losing a partner.”
During the course of the conference there is also going to be a business arena that will accommodate single women that would want to exhibit their businesses.
The Single Women Ministry started in 1985 established by ZAOGA founder, Dr Ezekiel Guti.
The ministry is self-member funded and propagated and women are taught to work with their hands and not any other body part.