Christ Embassy Palmgrove Teens Church partnered with reputable non-profit organizations and the Global Youth Leaders’ Forum to host a seminar for female students in commemoration of the International Day of the Girl-Child on Thursday, October 11th.
The event witnessed the attendance of female students and female teachers from 5 secondary schools in Lagos, Nigeria, creating a platform for the discussion of Girls & Education (“Education as a Tool of Empowerment for Girls”), as well as Girls & Relationships.
The event had a special segment where the Word of God was preached in power by the Teens' Coordinator for Palmgrove Teens Church, Sister Ogonna Onuh, sharing on the Word as a tool for empowerment. The Word came in its simplicity and power to all students and teachers present, resulting in 94 new converts to the Kingdom of God.
The International Day of the Girl-Child is a day set aside by the United Nations to celebrate the girl-child, her unique opportunities and challenges. Globally, on October 11th, girls around the world are recognized and celebrated for their outstanding performances and contributions to society and mankind.