Caroline Nuwun Ngong
Christian Women as Peace Makers
The workshop will seek to identify the causes of conflicts in the families, churches, workplaces, communities and even in nations. It will look at the way the society handles these conflicts and then how Christians should handle them to bring lasting solutions and biblical peace. Participants would bring contributions from the experiences they have had if they have lived in conflict areas of the world. Caroline is coming from a background of current war and conflict in her Nation but her session will address solutions to conflict in general as well.
Women should come out of this session having learned about peace building principles from the Bible and from secular society and state, and how they will eventually apply them back in their Unions, conventions, societies and families.
Baptist Women Conference Speakers
Laura McDaniel and Sonya Habimana
Finding and Forming Promising Young Leaders
Laura McDaniel is passionate about identifying and mentoring young leaders through UPTICK.
Sonya Habimana is the Chair of the UPTICK board and strives to cultivate the ministry to reach emerging young leaders everywhere.
Lift Women’s Honor
Analía Tofful de Castelao was the President the Baptist Women of Uruguay (2009-2013) and a Vice-President of UFBAL (2009-2018). Analia is married and has two children and 2 grandchildren.
Finding your self confidence to serve God fully
Elissa is the president of BWA Women’s branch, Baptist Women of the Pacific. She is a speaker and author of two books.
Arousing the Deborah Spirit/Attitude (Judges 5:7)
Gaopalelwe, or more commonly known as Gao, is a mother, wife & community builder. She is an ordained pastor and pastor’s wife at Revival Baptist Church, Pretoria, South Africa.