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with women who fi nd themselves in prostitution and human traffi cking. She shared some of her experiences in working with women in these situations and in helping them to transform their lives. The second day Louis Irfan from Pakistan shared how God is using her transformed life to touch the lives of women and children in her country. She is a teacher in the Army Public School & College. As a teacher she has the desire for all children to be educated, and she is using her gifts and talents to make that possible.

Patsy Davis, executive director of the Baptist World Alliance Women’s Department, shared how the young women were created in the image of God in order to live and grow in relationship with Him and impact their world for Christ through the ABWU and BWA Women’s Department. Lim Sai Mooi, Religious Education Lecturer and Associate Academic Dean at the Malaysia Baptist Theological Seminary, presented on Biblical styles of leadership for women in Asia today. Victor Rembeth, ordained Baptist minister, with experiences in empowering people on issues related to humanity and spirituality, shared the importance of spiritual growth among young women in the 21st century.

On the second and third day, seven workshops were offered. The workshops included prayer walking, led by Connie Stallings, in which participants learned a basic method of prayer walking that can be done at any time and any place, and also had an opportunity to participate in a prayer walk in the area around the hotel. Another workshop was peer counseling, led by Mareyke Tairas, which emphasized the need for Christians the lives of women Marlene Baltazar, president of the Baptist Women’s Union of Latin America Alicia de Zorzoli, past secretary/treasurer of the BWA Women’s Department, leading a Bible Study at the leadership conference to equip themselves so as to be ready and available to respond when the call for this type of service and ministry is needed. Ai Nohara led a workshop on how to get involved in mission, in which participants learned the importance of mission work in the Christian life in order to transform lives and Asia. Other workshops were on how to reach out to business women, led by Latika Paul; developing intimacy with God, led by Bong Derramas.; beauty from the inside out, led by Laura Raymundo; and involvement in women’s local organizations by young women, led by Atola Subong. On Thursday evening John Kok, BWA and Asia Pacifi c

Baptist Federation vice president, brought the evening’s message. In a humorous and creative way, Kok used some of the unique characteristics of women to bring home the importance of women being called of God to impact their world. “Amazing Asia” was an activity that allowed all participants to learn more about the 16 countries represented and their ministries. In Amazing Asia the women walked from table to table learning about the different countries and their food, crafts, clothing, customs, music, and ministries.


Saturday was a time of celebration and dedication. Overton, in attendance to be daring and try something new and innovative in order keynote to transform where challenged they live, will lead to transforming Asia and then the world. which speaker, each one and who do not know the Lord as Savior. Then, rescue them for Christ, beginning with their family, neighbors, friends and church, reaching out to the streets or whatever other place possible. At the close of the conference she challenged everyone to be faithful with their commitment to children in Latin America.

wisdom of God, the power of the Holy the sacrificial love of Christ in caring all the children in Latin America.”

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