Registered locally based Non-Profit Organisation (NPO), Womb Stewardship, championed by physician, visionary and powerhouse woman of Christ, Dr Pinky Ngcakani-Ncula, is set to host an encouraging, community building Youth Prayer Event that will leave attendees fuelled for the future.
With the ever advancing times we live in today, we have found ourselves grappling with social issues ranging from race dynamics and gender stereotypes to teenage pregnancies and abortions. We have seen many community leaders and organisations pioneer programs to aid in educating on and alleviating those said issues.
One of these organisations is Womb Stewardship. According to Dr Pinky, “Womb Stewardship seeks to hold hands and be part of the solution that can turn social ills around.”
The highly acclaimed NPO aims to target universal and non-sexist individuals in order to empower them to value the space of reproduction, both sexually and personally.
When asked about the vision of Womb Stewardship, Dr Pinky says, “our passion is to see individuals enjoy the best quality of life; changing the things they can, overcoming the obstacles they must and raising children with emotionally safe and sound principles.”
In an effort to make our dynamic city, closer knit – it is incredibly important to create moments, spaces and events that allow individuals to freely be who they are called to be, openly engage in dialogue that is purposeful and intentional and feel as though they are a part of a community that is uplifting and authentic.
That, in my opinion, is what makes the Youth Prayer Event a must attend.
The Youth Prayer Event is free of charge and is to be held on the 17th of June from 10h00 – 16h00 at the Feathermarket Hall in Port Elizabeth.
Any person, young or seasoned, is encouraged to attend.
Attendees can expect to be wowed by local talent, encouraged to engage and connect with like-minded individuals and left inspired to pass on the baton to the generation rising up behind them.
“In as much as we may differ in faith, political views, or religious beliefs, we should be able to consolidate a foundation of information which can develop positive members of society from a young age.”
–Dr Pinky Ngcakani-Ncula
Stay beautiful, stay blessed