The Pentecostal World Fellowship are inviting faith-leaders engaged in Covid-19 response to join this webinar.
We already seen that faith actors played a significant role in responding to the ebola crisis – now we come together to share and respond to Covid-19 impacts. This Pandemic has proven to be unlike anything the church world has faced in the modern era, let’s be ready and prepared to continue to serve together! The webinar will take place today, Friday, April 3rd at 15:00 GMT.
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The webinar will be streamed live at two different locations, members of the WMC Development and Relief Taskforce will be active on both chat rooms interacting with all of us as well as answering questions and sharing resources live!
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Dr. Denis Mukwege – A Pentecostal pastor and founder of the Panzi Hospital in the Democratic of Congo, Dr. Mukwege has committed his life to human rights activism. After years of dedicating his service, he was granted the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 for his efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict.
Dr. Ivan Satyavrata – He serves as a Senior Pastor and Chairman of the Assembly of God Church and Mission, Kolkata. He is a published author and renowned educator. He has lived in Kolkata with his wife and family for 14 years.
Dr. Carri Jo Timmer – She practices at Community Health Care’s Hilltop Regional Health Center as Family Medicine Residency Director. Licensed by the state of Washington State Department of Health as an Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon, Timmer provides medical care to patients of all ages.