Cayman Believers ministries hosts retreat for women

Cayman Believers Ministries hosted a three-day rest, renew and rejoice retreat for women.

Bishop Juliette Fagan, along with television host and Compass columnist Catherine Tyson, Pastor’s Association President Donna Dandie, Pastoral Counsellor Cathy Gomez and Believers Women’s Ministries President Judy Penn, hosted the weekend getaway at the Grand Caymanian Resort from 28 to 30 September.

Guest speaker Ms Fagan is the founder and president of Vision Miracle Church of God International. Giving her life to the Lord in 1983, she began public ministry as a radio evangelist in 1991 at ICCI.

She answered the call to full-time ministry to become an ordained pastor and bishop.

She is also a former police officer, trained nurse, notary public, counsellor, marriage officer and holistic practitioner. She has written many articles on health issues and is a motivational speaker.

With her husband, they serve as missionaries in Greater Portmore, Jamaica.

Ms Penn, known for the Moms in Touch prayer group, is founder of Cayman Believers Women’s Ministries. She holds fellowship and worship services aimed to encourage, support and teach others. Along with daughter Yentel, she is co-founder of The Youth Community Excellence Award programme.

Ms Tyson champions many efforts for women and children in the form of retreats that seek to inspire, motivate and empower. She founded the group called Generation Next, is creator and host of talk show Lighten up, is a trained counsellor and book writer.

Founder of Cayman Island pastors Association, Ms Dandie is a corporate administrator, teacher and organiser behind Jireh Hands of Hope.

Ms Gomez is a volunteer and community worker, teacher, motivational speaker and conducts and attends many overseas seminars. She is active in the church and schools and operates her own private counselling practice.

Comments are closed.