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Women told to avoid self-doubt


Added 13 August 2017


Dr Deborah Evans implored women not to be afraid to be phenomenal. (Picture by Lennox Devonish.)

THE PLACE FOR women to be on Friday night was the Mount of Praise Wesleyan Holiness Church in Tudor Bridge, St Michael.

It was there that women were honoured as outstanding, empowering and inspiring examples of the positive in society.

The occasion was the opening service of the DRE Ministry International Barbados summit held under the theme God’s Phenomenal Women: Positioned to Run, Rule and Reign.

It was an energetic, thought-provoking and awesome night for the throngs of people of all ages and both genders that turned out for the session. (SDB Media)

Please read the full story in today's Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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