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Growth of CWUW

I was sick.

I had a grant due for work.

I had a training going on at work.

I had initially 10 women wanting to join CWUW.


I did it. I can say that I maybe slacking too much on the day gig but I got it all done. My body was tired but my mind kept pushing.

I now have a good staff of volunteers to move this machine forward in 2009. All are excited for the possibility of greatest. Just the POSSIBILITY of something great can move mountains. I continue to stand before the mountain in all humility but knowing that it is in my power for it to be moved.

CWUW is coming together piece by piece. Its being strengthen by passion.

I'm pleased but I know the road is still long. We still have so much to do. Its so interesting tha t women felt I had everything so organized. They were impressed with CWUW. I'm thinking, huh? We have so many missing pieces but I know as a leader, you tend to see the entire picture.

I'm thankful to God, Yeshua for his continued guidance. We serve him and his people.

CWUW in 2009....a mighty force.


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