For the week of 15-22 April 2018, the business communities of Gauteng and University campuses across the region are collaborating in “Festival of Thought” – a series of events and opportunities to consider the biggest questions of life and business. Facilitated by world-class thinkers and speakers from RZIM, Festival of Thought brings consistent new insight and perspectives from the Christian worldview. The Festival is designed for those of any faith or none and has taken place in several global cities since 2015.
Ladies you are invited, at no cost at all, to come and spend an evening of network, music, refreshments and excellent speakers that will motivate and uplift you in your day to day working environment as a woman.
Invite and bring along your colleagues, friends, sisters and daughters!
Festival of Thought Women’s Summit is an opportunity to consider the biggest questions facing working women in South Africa. What does success look like? What’s the purpose in my 9-5? Where can I find certainty in an uncertain world? Hosted by Brenda Scrooby (née Horne), a multiple award winning businesswoman, Festival of Thought Women’s summit will offer much for both the heart and intellect as well as insights and perspective from the Christian worldview. Amy Orr-Ewing, Director of RZIM for Europe, Middle East and Africa will address the question: “Is Christianity Bad News for 21stCentury Women?” Dr. Tanya Walker, Dean of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics will consider “Questions Worth Asking in Pursuit of Success.” Amy and Tanya will be joined by the inspirational Rachel Mutesi, sharing thoughts from the position of a Christian woman on the frontline of compassionate ministry in Uganda and Lusanda Mashua, whose compelling artistic performances will garner the evening with beauty.
All this, with live music, a chance for interactive Q&A with every speaker and light refreshments stand to mark the event as a red-letter day in the history of our beloved country.
DOORS OPEN FROM 5PM, COFFEE SHOP AND REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE.