How far would you go to save the lives of those you love? Would you protest? Would you embarrass yourself? Would you pray?
On this International Women’s day, we want to share one woman’s inspiring story that changed a nation.
Leymah cried out to God and He gave her a dream:
Sit silently and pray.
She shared her dream at church one Sunday and the women responded. Not only women from her church, but also women from other churches and other religions came together.
Thousands of women – ordinary mothers, grandmothers, aunts and daughters – prayed for peace and then staged a silent protest outside of the Presidential Palace.
Days turned into weeks.
Weeks turned into months.
Armed with white T-shirts and the courage of their convictions, they demanded a resolution to the country’s civil war.
Their request was finally heard…but their role in bringing peace was far from over.
The government and rebel group met for peace talks, but no one was talking peace. Everyone was enjoying their time away from the turmoil of their homeland.
At All In Ministries International Incorporated (All In), we see how God uses women to change families, communities and nations. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to invest in women to be disciple-makers by offering intensive discipleship conferences worldwide.
This March, we have the honor to partner with Empower Women Leaders (EWL) in Liberia to train 150 women leaders across West Africa at a three-day All In conference.
Imagine what God could do through these women – who have stopped civil war – to radically change their nation for God’s glory!
Will you help bring change for God’s glory to West Africa?
Through your prayers and support, you can be a part of this mission.
P.S. Part of this mission will be serving Ebola orphans at a school on Peace Island. We hope to bring an early Easter blessing to encourage them to follow Christ. Thank you for your help.