Mai Gunguwo challenges women

... Promises more bedroom issues

POPULAR marriage counsellor and preacher, Pastor Lucia Gunguwo has challenged women to wake up from their slumber and take up leaders’ positions.


The Eternal Word Ministries International leader Mai Gunguwo, who has been roped in to be a regular guest at the Glorious Hour which are child of Interdenominational Glorious Women International (IGWI) meetings held in the capital, challenged women not to hide behind their husbands.

IGWI was founded by Pastor Mary Moyana of Church on the Hill.

Speaking to H-Metro, Mai Gunguwo said:


“Women have a mentality that they are only meant to do dishes and house cores, that’s not what we want, we want women in business, politics, CEOs, and the husbands should be a helping hand in raising them.

“The fact that women can do dishes is not a problem but remaining under that comfort is my worry.

“We want hard working women who do not hide behind their husbands and the husbands should also support their wives.”

Mai Gunguwo also encouraged spouses to cool down even if they have problems and leave God to take control.
Pastor Lucia Gunguwo“As we make a decision to make our spouses public examples, lets brooder over it and leave God to take control.

“Read Mathew 1 vs 19 where Joseph was faithful to the law, and yet did not want to expose his wife to public disgrace after he discovered that she was pregnant, he had a mind to divorce her quietly.”

However, she promised women at the Glorious Hour to brace for more bedroom issues which has become a daily issue.

“I still have more bedroom issues to discuss about and I am coming.”

She had been part of the Glorious Hour for the past two sessions and is expected back for more teachings.

Founder and president of IGWI Pastor Moyana is ecstatic that Glorious Hour is a development meant to equip women in different sectors of life.

“We have a vision to build a well-balanced woman, IGWI is an all-encompassing ministry which started in April 2015.

“It started as a WhatsApp group and now it has grown to seven groups.”

According to Pastor Moyana, IGWI also caters for single mothers, married and young unmarried girls.

“It’s an empowerment programme for women where they are taught on how to deal with the challenges they face every day as women.’

Topics to be covered include, the woman and the law, parenting (raising children), entrepreneurship, marriage with all its different facets, how to develop a strong relationship with God as women, young women will also undergo career guidance and are also taught on how to be self-reliant and be complete person even before marriage.

The Glorious Hour is held every Wednesday between 1-2pm at the Church on the Hill auditorium corner Robert Mugabe and Wyne Street.

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