Owing to the Appointed, Anointed and Accomplished Woman, a women’s conference organised annually by Blossom Africa Trust, Mervis Maliketi testifies of the goodness of the Lord.
She has been attending the women’s conferences since 2006 and she talks of how the first one impacted her life to the extent that she has been attending the conferences since.
“It was like Jesus came particularly to talk to me through the seasoned women who spoke at the meeting. Jesus addressed questions I had at that particular time as a young woman.
“God placed before my eyes, beautiful, responsible, word believing, God-fearing women who became my role models. He showed me that it is possible to live for Him and Him alone—no compromise,” she says.
Maliketi adds she has confidence that comes from knowing God.
Blossom Africa Trust founder June Lutwama agrees the women they have ministered to over the years have been enlightened and empowered through the word of God.
“Many women have been set free and many more have been equipped for life. Our teachings are relevant to everyday life so, they are life-changing,” she says.
The annual conference is back this summer to set more people free.
Appointed, Anointed and Accomplished Woman is a ministry under the Blossom Africa Trust, mandated to take women to the destiny that God ordained for them.
This year’s conference, under the theme, ‘Worth far more than rubies’ concentrates on two areas—serving God or commitment to God and relationships—according to Lutwama.
She adds that this year is about self-worth.
“Many of the decisions we make in life are based on how much worth we place on ourselves. And our true worth is found in Christ,” she says.
The conference took place at Kamuzu College of Nursing in Lilongwe yesterday and goes to Chancellor College’s Great Hall in Zomba today.
Speakers at the conferences include Lutwama, Mzuzu Word Alive Church Pastor Zohra Matundu; Word Ambassadors International Ministry’s Pastor Stella Fowowe, and Minister Milandu Mwale, spiced by Rudo Chakwera’s music. Zomba on the other hand, had Pastor Towera Masiku, Pastor Madalo Samati and Lutwama.