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Ywam enriching lives through Leading Lights Training

Young people in Worcester had the opportunity to receive training on how to discover their purpose in life.

Youth With A Mission (Ywam) Worcester held the training together with the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) and Sakeni Community Care.

The training, called Leading Lights, was presented by Gregory Lan Ijiwola, Olumide Ajiginni and Peace Ezeka from the United States of America.

“We had been receiving this specific training for about eight years in Chicago and last year we decided that we should look for opportunities abroad to reach more people. South Africa will be the tenth country where we have been able to give the training and will be heading to Zambia for our next stop,” says Lan Ijiwola from the Leading Lights Network.

The training attracted people from the local community as well as from George and was held over a period of three days focusing mainly on self-discovery. The expected outcome is that individuals can go back into their communities and become leaders in their own unique sphere of life.

“I have really found the training very helpful and easy to understand. It is presented in a practical manner which can be applied in my local community. My intention is to use the training to uplift the local youth in my community,” said Tisetso Qokolwane from Worcester.

“We are very grateful for the team from Leading Lights Network International that came all the way to Worcester from America to enrich the lives of the community. It was important for us to focus on getting community leaders to join the training so that they can go back into their communities and have a positive influence,” says Timothy Okunade from Ywam Worcester.

The Leading Lights Training was completed on 27 October by more than 100 participants.

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