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ORANGE COUNTY RELIGION NOTES / Mary E. Gilstrap

6,000 Expected at Women's Aglow Conference

October 26, 1985|MARY E. GILSTRAP

Many Orange County women will join thousands of others as delegates to the 1985 International Conference of Women's Aglow Fellowship to be held Nov. 3-6 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

More than 6,000 delegates from Women's Aglow Fellowships in the United States and throughout the world will attend the four-day meeting, which will focus on evangelism.

Highlights of the conference will be prayers for revival in all nations, unity among Christians and praise, worship and prayer for healing and fellowship.

Guest speakers will include Pat Robertson, founder and president of the Christian Broadcasting Network; David Wilkerson, director of the Teen Challenge drug rehabilitation program, and John Wimber, a teacher on healing powers.

Women's Aglow is an international, interdenominational fellowship of women that emphasizes Christian unity. Centered in Edmonds, Wash., the 18-year-old organization has more than 1,750 fellowships in the United States and 500 fellowships abroad. For more information, call (714) 637-3728.

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