President of Chosen Woman Ministry celebrates her 60th birthday
The Reverend Dame Dora Tackie-Yarboi, president of Chosen Women’s Ministry, celebrated her 60th birthday on Saturday with a health screening exercise for members of the Sempe and Lighthouse community at Mantse Agbona in Jamestown.
The ministry, as part of the screening exercise, also embarked on a community feeding of around 3,000 people.
Community members were screened for hypertension, diabetes, breast disease, malaria, viral hepatitis (B and C), obesity, eye problems, nutritional deficiencies in children and adults.
Children were also wormed and free medicine was distributed to those who suffered from any of the ailments.
Lady Dora, who is also the first lady of Victory Bible Church International, said medical outreach, organized each year to raise awareness and provide medicine for diseases that were prevalent in communities, was part of the women’s ministry service. chosen for the marginalized of society.
She noted that the journey to achieve her Diamond Jubilee had not been easy, however, by God’s grace, diligence and hard work, she made it.
The Woman of God advised young people to avail themselves of grooming and to take their upbringing seriously.
She also advised them to be careful of any company or associations they had, as it tended to impact their lives either positively or negatively.
Lady Dora urged the government to continue rolling out programs to improve the lives of Ghanaian women and provide financial support to women entrepreneurs.
Mr. Samuel Opoku, 54, a beneficiary of the health screening exercise, commended the ministry for the thoughtfulness in reaching out to meet the health needs of the community.
He urged the Chosen Woman’s Ministry leadership to extend this kind gesture to other communities.
Madame Beatrice Aryeetey Adjin, 44, said the health exercise had made her more aware of her well-being and advised Ghanaians to get regular medical check-ups.
Chosen Woman Ministry creates a forum where pastor wives and women in ministry are inspired and equipped to impact their various ministries or churches.
The ministry engages participants in interactive discourse to increase their ministry and equip them to show the acts of God.
It provides an atmosphere of fellowship, encouragement, and peer learning for pastors’ wives and women in ministry. It is about challenging them to put biblical principles into action to strengthen their families and improve the work of the local church.
The Chosen Women’s Conference is held every two years in June and November, where seasoned women and men of God are usually invited to minister and interact with attendees.