Created to Serve Humanity

We have to realize that we have been created for something very important…God created us to serve humanity.

~ Ghada Ghazal

In this second video from the Center for Women, Faith & Leadership, watch Ghada Ghazal talk about her search to discover who God created her to be.

The Center for Women, Faith & Leadership's Fellowship Program is an innovative, two-year program that offers women of faith the opportunity to increase their capacity and leadership skills, in order to more fully address religious freedom, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding in their own contexts. During their time in the program, Fellows learn from one another and from a network of experts in order to enhance their leadership, cross-cultural communication, and negotiation skills.

The Fellowship concludes with a project where Fellows work to apply their skills and networks to a particular issue or challenge. In the process, these Fellows demonstrate how women of faith can play integral roles in decision-making in global and community affairs, while also building a global movement of women experienced and equipped to be difference-makers both in analyzing problems and implementing practical solutions.

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