...is an Outreach Non-Profit Organization for women who are/were abused, are/were Co-dependent, need help to become free from the hell they live in, and guidance and empowerment to deal with the aftermath of that horrendous life. Our goal is to empower our sisters who are still being victimized, and encourage them to take control of their lives. We have pledged to reach, educate, support, and motivate any of our sisters who say "Help me!"
Some of us lived in hell and now cherish our newfound Peace. Selflessly we go across the Country giving Conferences where our sisters receive educational workshops on Anger, Denial, Co-dependency, Domestic Violence, Self-esteem, Depression, Rejection, Forgiveness, and much, much more. If they decide to take a stand we have pledged to help them.
We remind them that God CAN restore relationships if both parties are willing to work at it. If one party doesn't want help God will restore their position as the Princesses that they are (their birthright), and He will restore their Peace.
At these Conferences we soothe them Emotionally, instruct them Mentally, edify them Spiritually and pamper them Physically. They leave these Conferences determined to get out of their 'hell' one way or another, knowing that they are no longer alone; we are with them.
We set them up with local Organizations and Churches who will be there to lead the way!
I.W.S. (Invincible Women Sorority)
June 9th, 2009 - 9:30 p.m.
June 10th, 2009 - 11:00 a.m.
Christian Television Network - C.T.N.
Channel 22 WCLF - Bay Focus with Darlene Greenlee
March 17th, 2009 - 7:30 p.m.
WPIO & WKFA 89.3fm
Women in Christ - Rev. Brenda Kelly
March 11th, 2009
Suncoast / Tampa Tribune Newspaper
October 27 - 28, 2012
L.A. Ultimate Women's Expo - Convention Center
Seminar Speaker - "The 6 Different Types of Abuse Today,
How to Self-Assess Yourself to See if You're Co-dependent,
and How to Start Walking Towards Freedom and a Healthy Life"!
F.H.M. (Fraternity of Honorable Men)
We say that "Hurt People Hurt People" but, are we listening to what we are saying? Do we realize that the abuser today was abused yesterday and nobody cared enough to help them heal?
Do we understand that the "Brokenhearted" mentioned in Isaiah 61:1-4 doesn't only refer to newly or recently broken, but those who were broken years or decades ago?
We believe that if someone helps them to heal, instead of going through life giving our sisters the only thing they have to give (pain), they can become the Honorable Men that God created them to be!
We Care and want to help them!