Distinct Girl Dreamers (DGD) Ministry has encouraged girls to attend the forthcoming quarterly meeting on 19 September at Dream Center International Assembly.
Under the theme: “Maintaining Christianity and Coming Out of Covid Times A Victorious Girl”, the meeting is aimed at equipping girls in this special Covid period.
In an interview, Distinct Girl Dreamers (DGD) Ministry Chairperson, Nancy Chamdimba, observed that girls have questions to the leadership of DGD in relation to the Covid 19 pandemic.
“You will notice that the theme is meant to target the needs of the girls during this time. Any girl of ages 10 to 19 is welcome. It is free, as long as you come with a mask and also from any church.
“All our DGDs, including from DCIA church are encouraged to attend. We hope and pray that we will all be ministered to,” said the seemingly optimistic Chamdimba.
She added, “The event is free and special speakers will minister to all our girls and they (the girls) will never be the same. Let me emphasize here that all covid measures will be followed.”
Distinct Girl Dreamers (DGD) Ministry is an interdenominational ministry under the Dream Centre International Assembly which is pastored by Dr Bishop Dube in Nkolokosa Township, Blantyre, Malawi.
DGD is run by 9 committee members, with Dr Queen Dube as a patron, and it targets all girls of ages 12 to 18, but also accommodates 10 to 19 from all churches to build and equip them for a better future.
The topics are designed to make girls distinct in character, in spirituality, physical, academic and social dimensions.