Rivers Church Sandton
Date: 11 - 13 October 2018
Price: Early Bird Rate R480
Each year, women gather to receive relevant and practical ministry from God’s Word and internationally respected keynote speakers as well as our very own Ps Wilma Olivier who is the visionary behind the Sisters of Africa Conference. A multitude of women’s lives have been transformed through this annual conference. In turn women are equipped and empowered to impact their homes, churches and workplaces.
Sisters of Africa 2018 will have one conference in a 3 day format with confirmed guest speakers Christine Caine, Mercy Lokulutu and Sheryl Brady.
Christine Caine, USA
Christine Caine is an Australian born, Greek blooded, lover of Jesus, activist, author and international speaker. Her primary passion is to make Jesus’ last command her first priority by giving her all to see the lost saved and to build the local church – globally.
Christine also has a passion for justice, and together with her husband, founded the anti-human trafficking organization, The A21 Campaign. Christine is Married to Nick Caine and they have 2 daughters.
Mercy Lokulutu, USA
Mercy Lokulutu is a passionate and dynamic communicator of God’s Word. An ordained pastor and conference speaker, she carries with her a mandate to preach the gospel, reach the lost and build the local church. She embodies a rich cultural heritage as a Nigerian woman who came to America to pursue her God-given dreams.
Mercy and her husband, Marcus, live in Maryland with their two children.
Sheryl Brady, USA
A pastor, lecturer and recording artist, Pastor Sheryl Brady has traveled extensively around the globe for more than 30 years. Born and raised in Detroit, Pastor Brady has a distinctive message delivery, which people from all walks of life can relate to.
Known for her practical and relevant use of scriptures, Pastor Brady has also been featured as a columnist for The Washington Post, Fox News and other nationally recognized publications.
Wilma Olivier (Senior Pastor & Conference Host)
Wilma’s all consuming desire is to see value placed on womanhood and to mobilise women for the cause of Christ, especially across this nation. This passion drives the annual Sisters of Africa conference. Her teaching resources appeal to young and old and she has written two books called Small Beginnings and Life as a Chocolate Cake. As wife, mother, friend, pastor, visionary, role model and mentor – Wilma reflects what she teaches – a woman of God reaching for her full potential.
Kids Africa Children’s Conference
Kids Africa is our annual Kids Conference that runs simultaneously with Sisters Of Africa. For children aged 1 to Grade 6, we promise to take your children on a journey of learning about, and seeking God for His ultimate purpose in their lives. Kids Africa is fun, exciting and relevant. It is a great opportunity to meet new friends and learn about God. Kids attending Kids Africa must be accompanied by an adult attending Sisters Of Africa.