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I wear many hats. I'm a mother, daughter, sister, friend, provider, and businesswoman. I felt it made me who I am but what I failed to realize that the most important role of all is my role as a woman of God. Attending the Women Who Minister Conference, is the spiritual resource to opening my eyes to this. The anointed leaders not only prayed for us, but gave us the tools to be free from the constraints of the world and to be one with our Loving God. I have a long way to go and I am thankful of the journey. That's because of Women Who Minister, I'm so blessed and thankful.  

~Lody Lambert

SOZO

Sozo is one of my favorite words. It’s Biblical Greek and means, among other things, to make whole, heal, and restore to health. It’s what Jesus says to the woman with the issue of blood, “Daughter, be of good comfort: thy faith has made thee sozo; go in peace.” (Luke 8:48) When I reflect on women who minister my heart hurts for those who continue to minister and pour out to others and often neglect themselves. We serve and continue to serve though overworked, stretched, sometimes under-appreciated, and many times struggling with our own “issues.” But who ministers to those who are ministering? My prayer is that all of us – we women who minister – will take the time to be on the receiv

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