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Kenya New England Women Celebrate Mothers Day Dinner in Style

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By S.Mwaura/Samrack Media

Kenya  women in New England  came together on  May 9th 2015,dressed in African regalia   to celebrate their  4th annual  Mothers  day dinner in style.The event was colorful,Power packed  and full of excitement.

The line up of events was on point and  well chosen to fit the needs of a full fledged Mothers day dinner.The night was filled with synergy,oneness,with the sole goal of  empowering and impacting our Diaspora families

There was lots of food,good music,ranging from Kigoco to various gospel mixes.It was the place to be at that moment,a place to take a break from the daily chores of a Mother and sit back,relax,eat,dance and receive nuggets of wisdom and encouragement from seasoned Women who are not only mothers, but  community leaders and Professionals.

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The event was held  at the  Princeton Station, North Chelmsford,Massachusetts.

The Womens Dinner was coordinated by the New England Women of Hope and attracted more that 250 Women from New England.

The 2015, Women of Hope Mothers Day Dinners, theme was “Breaking the Foundation”.

The event was  graced by Beatrice Ndura  of Pinnacle of Praise Show www.pinnacleofpraiseshow.com and Zipporah  Maina from  Kenya  in conjunction with Women of Hope,New England.

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Zipporah Maina a Pastor, visiting from Kenya, focussed on looking or searching for the sources of some  issues in our daily lives,such as former curses from our ancestors  and breaking them with Prayers and Fasting these  include, certain established patterns of Poverty,Poor health,Stagnation in life, Polygamy,Alcoholism and Generational curses.
Pastor Zipporah Maina, encouraged single  ladies   to keep the  faith and wait for God’s  timing when it comes to meeting that special one.
Beatrice Ndura, is a Mental Health Professional and CEO Pinnacle of Praise Show. She talked on mental health issues in families. During Women of Hope Mother’s Day Dinner she  shared from her personal experience of childhood abuse and how it affected her in adulthood. She candidly spoke on her sexual abuse, the pain, shame and blame. She also shared pratical steps towards healing:
1. The need to come out of denial: “I was abused, it was not my fault, I have no control over my past but I have control over my present.
2. It is my responsibility to heal myself, not the responsibility of my abusers.
3. Forgiveness is paramount, it is the most godly thing to do; and it is for my own liberation.
Beatrice emphasized we should not judge others who appears to have issues. We do not know what they have gone through. We should draw close to them and once they build trust they are likely to reveal their pain and we can serve as a healing catalyst.
More on abuse, domestic violence, divorce and suicidal ideations will be addressed by a panel during Pinnacle of Praise Weekend of Empowerment.

Come and hear  more of her teaching on abuse, domestic violence, divorce and suicidal ideations on  a live panel, June 2015 to  June 27th 2015  at Holiday Inn  Tewksbury,Massachusetts & Calvary Evangelical Church,Dracut,Massachusetts  Advert/Flier

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Women of Hope New England group was started 2011.

It’s primary  focus is empowerment, serving others, Praising God,Offering Hope and Encouraging people  going through a hard times

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Women of Hope New England comprises of  12 Women from different Churches.The Women  visit the sick at Home,in the Hospitals & Community in general.Women of Hope  also supports and coordinates programs that  cater for the  under priviledged children in Kenya by supporting them financially.
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They organize  a number of events in the New England area  such as Valentines dinner,  Mothers day dinner, Couple dinner and on every June during the African  Festivals, they have various  Kenyan Cultural dishes/food stand in the Festival that attracts over 1000 visitors.
Women of Hope New England would like to thank everyone who attended the Mothers Day Dinner,all the Convenors,Panelists,Coordinators and anyone who played a role in making the 4 th Mothers Day  Dinner a huge Success. Hope to see you in all of our other Annual events .God Bless you ALL.
For More Information on Women of Hope New England and Future Events,
Contact:  Catherine Kariuki 978-761-7432
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Kenya New England Women Celebrate Mothers Day Dinner in Style Reviewed by on May 15, 2015 .

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