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Change Management

  • Many things changed in my life and character. The conference was influential!

  • The conference helped me to spend more time with family. It helped me know how to deal with the death of my grandmother…

  • The conference was a turning point for me. I have first true love for the first time in my life. I felt belonging and…

  • I have developed a change plan in my life in regards to my daily program which is heavily-occupied with tasks. I began…

  • Change management is what I needed in this stage of my life which is witnessing a lot of sudden changes, whether in the…

  • Thank you for your support, continuous help, and follow-up on every phase at a time. I had an achievement and a new…

  • Thank you for the very useful conference. I needed such teaching, especially because I serve in Sudan, a country that…

  • I gave training to those assisting us in ministry using the material I learned. I have shared what I learned with my…

  • I took a decision to spend one hour daily with my husband and children without any kind of media or internet…

  • I took a decision to spend one hour daily with my kids reading stories. My favorite hour of the day.

  • I set goals to walk through them in the change process, and I started to implement them by the grace of the Lord.…

  • I thank all who prepared for the conference. I worked with my kids on the crafts we did at the conference. They enjoyed…

  • I once came back home from the network and found that my daughter had painted the wall and the floor in my bedroom…

  • Ever since I came back from the Network, I have been sharing the topics about change with my family and my women’s…

  • Many things changed in my life and character. The conference was influential!

  • The conference helped me to spend more time with family. It helped me know how to deal with the death of my grandmother. It helped me prioritize my Sundays to go to church. I thank you so very much for the opportunity that introduced me to the amazing work you are doing. May the Lord bless you in every way and I hope to see you in another conference.

  • The conference was a turning point for me. I have first true love for the first time in my life. I felt belonging and acceptance in your group more than anything else.

  • I have developed a change plan in my life in regards to my daily program which is heavily-occupied with tasks. I began to dedicate a special time to my family more than before. I have also worked to change the quality of my food, since I have been neglecting myself a lot lately. I started to choose healthy food, in order to be able to do my tasks as a mother, a wife, an employee, and a servant in the church.

  • Change management is what I needed in this stage of my life which is witnessing a lot of sudden changes, whether in the place of residence, health, or service. The conference raised my awareness on how to deal with sudden change.

  • Thank you for your support, continuous help, and follow-up on every phase at a time. I had an achievement and a new change in my life to announce: I lost 4.5 kilograms.

  • Thank you for the very useful conference. I needed such teaching, especially because I serve in Sudan, a country that is in great need for change and development. Hopefully, when South Sudan gets more stable, we will invite you to witness the fruit of your big work, because your work does not go in vain in the eyes of the Lord.

  • I gave training to those assisting us in ministry using the material I learned. I have shared what I learned with my friends, family and our youth group at church. People began to take practical steps toward change in their lives. I really can’t wait for next year to see what God has in store for me, so as to benefit and share the benefit with others!

  • I took a decision to spend one hour daily with my husband and children without any kind of media or internet distraction. After the first day, my kids did not want to go to bed. They told me, “Let’s keep on talking. Let’s talk every day.”

  • I took a decision to spend one hour daily with my kids reading stories. My favorite hour of the day.

  • I set goals to walk through them in the change process, and I started to implement them by the grace of the Lord. However, it is not easy and the devil resists our change fiercely, but we will continue by the power of the Lord.

  • I thank all who prepared for the conference. I worked with my kids on the crafts we did at the conference. They enjoyed them a lot. My daughter told me she will teach them to her friends at school.

  • I once came back home from the network and found that my daughter had painted the wall and the floor in my bedroom black. I was shocked when I saw it; however, I learned in the conference that I should deal with this issue in the a different way. I helped myself move from the shock stage to the integration stage in the cycle of change. I waited to talk to her the next morning, but I did not scold her. She immediately apologized and helped me remove the paint.

  • Ever since I came back from the Network, I have been sharing the topics about change with my family and my women’s group. I took a gesture of encouragement by presenting two gifts to the most interactive women in the group. I am using the ideas I learned in a beautiful creative way. Thank you AWT for your ideas.