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"Welcome to our Zoom Ladies event! Join us for an evening of fellowship and inspiration as our guest speaker Leanne McAllister shares her thoughts on "Who are you and what are you to do? Finding your place in God's big mission."

You can connect to the Ladies' Event using this Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82212144469

Here's a little about Leanne McAllister:

Leanne McAlister is an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada.  After serving as an associate pastor for a decade, she began to coordinate the ZOE Network, which empowers, activates and mobilizes women into Gods mission. 

ZOE Network works in two areas:

-       ZOE Projects connects Canadians with the needs of women around the globe, working in four key areas: Health, Human/Sex Trafficking, Economic Empowerment and Education…all with a heart for spiritual transformation.

-       ZOE Resources creates curriculum that prepares women for influence in their work, communities and churches. Their passion is to see women raised fully into their potential, particularly within the church.

Leanne loves to help others understand who they were created to be and then assists them in walking it out through their passion, purpose and gifting. She firmly believes Ephesians 1:11 when it says, “It’s in Christ we find out who we are and what we are living for…He had His eye on us, had designs on us for glorious living, part of the overall purpose He is working out in everything and everyone.”  (The Message)  This message is reflected in her speaking, which is marked by authenticity, practicality and humour. She recently completed her MA in Ministerial Leadership fromSoutheastern University in Lakeland, Florida.

Leanne and her husband Darcy reside in Abbotsford, B.C., but spend 6 months of the year living and working in Asia. Together they develop leaders through coaching, consulting and workshops. Darcy and Leanne have three young adult children, who all recently married, leaving a nest occupied only by a very needy puppy named Merry.