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Pst. Peace Ibiyeomie Donates Items to 1,700 Widows

Salvation Ministries joined the Christmas spirit of sharing through Peace Ibiyeomie’s Widows Forum by donating food and clothings to 1,700 widows to go and celebrate Christmas with their family.

Items such as cartons of tomatoes, cartons of groundnut oil, trays of eggs and materials.

Pst. Mrs. Peace Ibiyeomie is the wife of the presiding Pastor of Salvation Ministries – Pst. David Ibiyeomie.

Her passion centers on helping the needy which propelled her to establish a HELP MINISTRY that reaches out to widows, orphans and motherless children so as to alleviate poverty in the society.

As a lover of humanity, Pst. Peace Ibiyeomie organizes and sponsors micro-entrepreneur workshop for widows. She empowers them financially to start small scale businesses.

She provides health-care facility for sick widows and their children as well as scholarship and other welfare for motherless and orphaned children.

Still hungry to do more, Peace Ibiyeomie in April 2010, reached out to Rasat and Zot-Foron communities in Barkin Ladin L.G.A of Plateau State; communities ravaged by Islamic insurgence on the 7th of March 2010; leaving the few survivors in a very pitiable state.

To help ameliorate the suffering of these people, Peace Ibiyeomie financed the building of the primary School in the community to enable the children acquire basic education.

She went further to sponsor a micro-entrepreneur workshop for the women who lost their husbands during the crisis and empowered them financially to start small scale business so as to take care of their children.

As an author, she has written so many life-changing books such as;

  • How to enjoy Ceaseless Harvest
  • The Winning Woman
  • Your Passport to Success
  • Building a Stable Family
  • The Real Mother
  • Secrets of Godly Marriage
  • The Woman God Uses
  • The Prudent Woman
  • 7Secrets of an Uncommon Woman

On celebration seasons, mama ensures that the widows and orphaned children are not left out of the celebration as she goes all out to provide food items, clothing and other gift items for them; reminding them of Christ’s love towards them.

This fulfills the second greatest commandment which is to love your neighbour as yourself.

Written by Victor Ekong

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