‘Daughters of the King’ celebrate with a banquet

By Nefertiti Matatia ,

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Adelaide Nafoi, Helena Rokeni, Sonja Matalavea and Natalia Iosefo.

Adelaide Nafoi, Helena Rokeni, Sonja Matalavea and Natalia Iosefo. (Photo: Misiona Simo)

The Daughters of the King women’s conference 2018 ended with a royal banquet on Friday night.

It was a four-day conference where mothers and young ladies gathered in the house of God to hear the Word and be empowered.

On the night of the royal banquet, participants dressed their best as they sat through an “Esther Production” performed by the youths of Peace Chapel before a massive feast.

Held at the Peace Chapel headquarters, the theme of this year’s conference is “He is our peace”.

Event host, Pastor Alesi Unoi explained that peace is hard to find in a world filled with confusion, but there is hope in Jesus.

“Peace is hard to find in a world filled with confusion, turmoil, strife and pain. But there is still hope for us and our world for there is a Prince of Peace whose name is Jesus, and in Him alone is true peace found.

“Be encouraged to open wide the doors of your heart to Him and allow Him to bless you with His glorious peace.”

There were four speakers of this reviving event for women, Pastor Pattie Duininck Ah Kui, who co-founded Uttermost Ministries on the island of Samoa together with her late husband, Kelly Duininck. Pastor Christina Ang was also one of the guest speakers, together with her husband Paul Ang’s Ministry Paul Ang Global Vision. 

Nancy Faletutulu and her husband La’u were the senior pastors of the Samoan churches of Assemblies of God in New Zealand also attended as speaker. 

Sarona Koria was the youngest speaker at the conference.

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