Dr. Cindy Trimm empowers 7th annual Woman of Character Conference

Woman of Character Conference
WOCC event flyer with some of the speakers

The 7th annual 2-day Woman of Character Conference (WOCC) came to an end on June 8, 2019, after it kicked off at the Freedom High School in Woodbridge, Virginia (VA) in the United States (US). This year’s conference themed The Chayil Woman, started on the morning of June 7.

Woman of Character Ministries, organizer of the annual WOCC event which was first held in May 2013 at Stafford, VA in the US disclosed that this year’s conference was hugely successful owing to the fact that it was attended by over 150 women from across States like Maryland (MD), VA, and the US Capitol Washington, DC.

This life-changing event for Christian women was highlighted by special guest speaker and renowned speaker Dr. Cindy Trimm who made appearances on the second day of the event, Dr. Trimm is a highly respected empowerment specialist. During her interaction with the women, she took them through revolutionary ways of thinking that will change them into transformational leaders.

Dr. Trimm is Founder and CEO of Trimm Ministries International, a bestselling author, and a multi-award winning personality. She is also a life coach, a humanitarian and a deliverer of the message of the kingdom through her Kingdom School Ministry.

Other preachers that joined Dr. Trimm to impact WOCC with spiritual insights included host Tina Sarsah of Woman of Character Ministries in Woodbridge, VA, Pastor Yeromitou Grier of Grace Church in Dumfries, VA and Dr. Patricia Grace MacGodman of Prayer Strategist in Edgewood, MD.

Woman of Character Conference
IMAGE: Tina Sarsah in a pink top with Pastor John Sarsah kneeling in front of her. To their left is Pastor Yeromitou Grier, they are surrounded by WOCC attendees in photo courtesy Oral Ofori

Conference founder Tina Sarsah who shed some light on WOCC theme for this year said “The Chayil Woman as envisioned by Woman of Character Conference is clearly defined in Proverbs 31:25 which says, ‘She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future’. We wanted to help women come out of their shells and face the future with confidence,” Tina said.

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Longtime participant and 2019 co-host Pastor John Sarsah encouraged conference attendees to visit the vendor boots which had some quality women’s products including; cosmetics (Mary Kay products by Ms. Danika Hughes), Women’s jewelry by Ms. Nicole Brown of Nikki B Jewels and women’s clothing. Other items on the vendor list were accessories by Ms. Bola Surakat from House of Beulah.

There was also individual advisory for businesses, finances, and travel among others. “But one of the most spiritually blissful aspects of the 2019 conference was the amazing talks and great networking opportunities for all plus amazing books authored by Dr. Trimm,” Pastor Sarsah explained to TheAfricanDream.net.

It is vital to understand that women play an impeccable role on the earth. As daughters created in His image, we have been uniquely created to reflect our Father’s heart and carry His virtues with us wherever we go,” Tina Sarsah told TheAfrianDream.net in a post-event interview during which she expressed special thanks to Almighty God.

Tina also specially thanked the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Restoration Temple of Woodbridge in VA, the Woman of Character Conference Planning Committee, Thoronka Law Firm, and all the Special Guests including attendees who helped make WOCC a success.

Sisters Marilyn Tagoe and Ernestina Opoku led the praise team to give an uplifting praise and worship experience that lifted the women and some of the men present to their feet as they danced to the glory of the Lord. For photos, videos, and info about this year’s WOCC visit www.womanofcharacterva.org.

Source: TheAfricanDream.net

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