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Touching Times

Around 250-300 women gathered for our day conference at the Mount Zion Pentecostal Church in Bangalore. Most of the women had been fasting and praying from early morning before coming to the meeting.

This year there was a large team from England, 15 people, and eight of them were women. Each of the English women shared in some way, either by giving a testimony or by preaching from the Word of God. We also heard an inspiring message from Joyce Lynn Peters.

It was my privilege to introduce each of the women who spoke and to know that our Indian sisters were encouraged by their stories.

The day was interspersed with times of praise and worship and the English women sang some songs to the Indian women.

I spoke a message about receiving a new anointing from God based on the story of Elijah and Elisha, and that we can receive a double portion from the Lord. At the end of my message it was our privilege to pray for and anoint the women with oil, after which we were anointed by some of them. There was a lovely sense of the presence of the Holy Spirit and his anointing during this time.

Once again God had blessed us as we gathered together to worship him and learn from his Word. Our time together concluded at 4.00 pm when the women were served with a hot meal before returning home.

Talitha Cumi
Workers at the Pickle Making Unit - Talitha Cumi

For the English team there was time to visit Pizza Hut for a delicious meal before accompanying Joyce Lynn Peters to the Women's Project, Talitha Cumi. The project was set up by Joyce Lynn to provide for destitute women, as a result of a God-given burden. Joyce Lynn believes that if we join hands, "together we can change the world, one woman at a time." Talitha Cumi currently hosts 15 women in three homes and is located on the outskirts of Bangalore, which is the capital city of Karnataka, in Southern India. The project is a rehabilitation programme providing housing, three meals a day, love care and hospitality, as well as training to empower the women to become self-sufficient. This was to be such a moving experience that we returned to England burdened to support this wonderful project.


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