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.
In 2020 we celebrate 20 years of Sisters of Africa with TWO Conferences running on TWO consecutive weekends. Conference 1 will be running from the 15th – 17th of October 2020, Conference 2 will be running from the 22nd – 24th of October 2020, both conferences will be in a 3 day format with confirmed guest speakers Charlotte Gambill, Sheryl Brady and Mercy Lokulutu
Charlotte has an infectious love for life, a deep love for people and zealous love for God’s House. Her passion is to build the local church across the earth, to see people reach their full potential and to develop and strengthen leadership. Charlotte is known for her practical, humorous and passionate application of Gods word. Her messages of life and purpose are rallying a generation to embrace the broken and become ambassadors of hope.
Charlotte is an author, speaker, pastor and mother, she leads Life Church UK in England with her husband Steve and together they have two children, Hope Cherish and Noah Brave.
Mercy Lokulutu, USA
Mercy is originally from Nigeria and carries with her a rich cultural and spiritual heritage and a passion to teach and preach the Bible. She was ordained at Celebration church in Florida in 2002 and is committed to building the local church globally along with her husband Marcus, and their 2 wonderful children, Isaiah and Ava-Pauline.
Sheryl Brady, USA
A pastor, lecturer and recording artist, Pastor Sheryl Brady has traveled extensively around the globe for more than 30 years.Pastor Brady serves as the pastor of The Potter’s House of North Dallas. Founded by Bishop T.D. and Mrs. Serita Jakes, the campus launched its worship services just prior to Easter 2010 and focuses on family-centric outreach programs highlighted by her passionate approach to worship and adherence to solid Biblical principles.
Pastor Brady and her husband, Bishop Joby Brady, have three daughters Lana, Tina and Nina, and nine grandchildren.
wilma olivier, senior pastor and conference host
Ps 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 calledSmall Beginnings, Life as a Chocolate Cake, including a brand new booklet, Keep Hope Alive. As wife, mother, friend, pastor, visionary, role model and mentor – Wilma reflects what she teaches – a woman of God reaching for her full potential.