Women’s ministry meet in city

Women from the Southern region attending the launching of the Revival Women’s Ministry on Saturday in Port Moresby displaying and selling some of their bilums and meri blouses.
Seneka Moi (left) and Miria Rei selling fish, for K30 a bundle, to women who attended the launch of the Revival Women’s Ministry in Port Moresby on Saturday.

AROUND 7,000 members of the Revival Women’s Ministry in the Southern region gathered in Port Moresby last Saturday for their annual meeting.
Church members came from Milne Bay, Northern, Western, Gulf, Central, National Capital District and a few from the Momase region. Revival Centre of PNG founder and principal Pastor Godfrey Wippon said the annual event was to bring together women and pray with them, nourish them spiritually, socially and physically.
He said the Bible depicted women as the foundation of everything – the home, church and the one who gave birth to continue growing the population.
The women participants sold garden food from their villages, baskets, mats, bilums, meri blouse, pillows, hammock, brooms and traditional artefact.
The annual event began in 2002 after they saw a need in women’s group working together and sharing the word of God.
“Ten per cent of the funds raised by each province will be given to the NCD Revival Ministry Centre to support its work,” he said.
The event will run for three days.

Some of the women who attended the launch of the women’s ministry.