Monday, July 2, 2012

Sis. Inda Codrington Has A Word From The Lord, "FIND WATER IN THE DESERT"

Women are cordially invited to this women's empowerment conversation with Sis. Inda Codrington of Belize, Central America.

Sis. Inda Codrington has been a christian basically all her life, but consciously made the decision to serve Christ at age 13. Inda has been in ministry for over 20 years, having worked in all areas of ministry including Singing, Dancing, Children, Youth and Women's Ministries.

Inda has worked tirelessly with several churches throughout Belize, and has sat on several national committees. Inda was on the Women's Conference Committee with Sis. Sharon Arthurs, who facilitates women's conferences in Belize and in the U,S.. She has spoken at several of those Womnen's Conferences and also spoke at the Young Women's Conference on "Young Women Keeping Pure". Sis. Inda has been guest speaker at the various churches' women's group in Belize.
Sis. Inda Codrington's professional career began in 1995 where she taught at Rivers of Living Water Christian Academy (all boys high school) in Belize City. From 1996 to 2001, she was an Assistant Librarian at the National Library Service; then in 2001 to 2002 she was a high school teacher at Belmopan Comprehensive School where she taught Geography/History/Social Studies. Inda returned to Belize city to teach from 2002 to 2006 at St. Michael's College as Social Studies Teacher. From 2007 to 2009, Inda worked at Youth Enhancement Services as the Advocacy & Outreach Coordinator. Between 2009 to 2010, she worked at the Statistical Institute of Belize as a Trainer/Zone Supervisor and currently, she teaches at Wesley College, where she teaches Religious Education and Social Studies since 2010.

This Sister is an anointed woman of God and she is bringing a Word from the Lord to us women here in Lexington, Kentucky.

I pray that women from all denominations will be a part of this international fellowship where we will praise and worship and fellowship in spirit and in truth.

God bless,
Therese from Belize

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