Aglow is a dynamic, global Kingdom movement made up of women (and men) with a single purpose: to see God’s will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.
Aglow international began in 1967 in Seattle, Washington, USA, when four women expressed a desire to meet together as Christians without denominational boundaries. From an initial luncheon meeting of about 120 women, Aglow grew into an international ministry on six continents and in nearly 170 nations of the earth. The name Aglow comes from Romans 12:11 in The Amplified Bible:
“Be aglow and burning with the spirit”.
Primarily focusing on prayer and evangelism, Aglow women seek to bring women to Christ to strengthen their Christian walk. In cooperation with local churches, Aglow women hope to make a positive difference in their communities by helping meet practical and spiritual needs, and by bringing a Global vision from a Biblical perspective.
Aglow International, Ghana has over 255 fellowships throughout the country. It has over the years ministered to the welfare of women irrespective of race, colour, religion and creed.
Today, Aglow international, Ghana held a Seminar at the Accra International Conference Centre tagged ‘Watchmen On The Wall’. Representatives from every region attended this seminar which was facilitated by Hon. Mrs. Gifty Affenyi-Dadzie, the National Prayer Director for Aglow International, Ghana.
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The Event was headed by the National President of Aglow International, Ghana, Dr. Mrs. Dorothy Danso and attended by representatives from the Aglow International office.
Also at the Opening Ceremony was Hon. Nana Oye Lithur, Minister for Women and Children’s Affairs, Grace Omabo aka ‘Maame Dokunu’
The event was very well attended. On Saturday, Aglow International, Ghana will be gathering at the Black Star Square (Independence Square) to Pray for the nation.
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