The DOXA Women Ministries International (aka Mothers in Nations) called to establish the DOXA Vision project Inc, with the inspiration of God by a group of women who had great passion to intercede for nations, restore lost souls.Tormented and rejected women in the society generally described as battered women.
The DOXA Vision Projects Inc is a non- denominational non -profit organization with 501(C) 3 approval poised at talents being wasted within women folk, assist women in discovering innate potentials and recover years of ignorance and shortsightedness. Turning the spiritual handwriting of mediocrity to the spirit of excellence.
Achievements so far
Through the grace of God, DOXA women have been engaged in mission trips to many rural areas in Nigeria and other West African nations. Engaged with an intensive evangelical mission in partnership with Women for all Nations and Spirit Life Issues Ministry based in Nigeria have used the available resources within their reach to affect the lives of many women ranging from call girls, at-risk teenagers, widows, women under severe domestic violence.
In many communities, DOXA has provided food, shelter, clothing and embracing these women with passion and love of God in Christ Jesus. The members of DOXA Women Ministries have also sacrificially and individually provided these women with resources such as shelter, food and many other amenities needed for life sustenance. DOXA has also provided available funds/ grants to a good number of these women to start trades and vocational training.
DOXA Vision Projects in conjunction with DOXA Women Empowerment Foundations, has also succeeded in acquiring a home care office Lagos Nigeria to assist jobless women with home caring. They have answered the true call in the inn keeper ministry -the truth taught by our savior Jesus Christ in the parable of the Good Samaritan. . Lives have changed and totally committed to the Lordship of Christ through the demonstration of power of love. We are the ambassadors of Christ dedicated to be the true mothers in nations indeed.
Problem and need to be addressed
Women in most parts of West Africa have been subjected to institutional culture and traditions that have impeded their freedom of interaction, associations and relationships. and some have been tagged outcast. When married, they are harnessed to embrace these deadly traditions contrary to the freedom in Christ JESUS through His saving grace. Domestic violence and control have been the call duty, especially when overwhelming bride prizes are paid before marriage is contracted. These women are enslaved and face uncontrollable domestic violence from spouses and in-laws. Some ladies are on the streets and brothels as call girls to become means of livelihood and sustenance for their families due to abject poverty.
Well qualified and dedicated graduates yield their bodies for morsels of bread through slavery and prostitution due to the high rate of unemployment. Husbands abandoning wives and children in pursuit of self-oriented pleasures from mistresses.
Marriages are facing hard times because of infiltrations of strange women and mistresses. Widows and their children are evicted from their late husbands’ houses and stripped off their late husbands’ possessions because they have no one to advocate for them. Widows are subjected to tortures and torments due to false allegations of killing their husbands.
Babies from unwanted pregnancies are being thrown away in baskets and boxes at hidden corners of streets and roads, and some sell their babies out to earn money. There is a great need to restore the lost dignity of God’s glory on womanhood. These women are loved by God and the saving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ is available to call them out from mediocrity and rejection to the state of acceptance and love. No nation rises above her womanhood.
There is an imminent need to discover and recover these ladies wherever they are. . DOXA Vision project engages in assisting these women to discover their meaning in Christ Jesus. They are not custodian of their predicaments, but the pressures of life and societal oppressions from the Kingdom of darkness have turned their lives into states of indecency, mockery, poverty, downtrodden with spirit of mediocrity neglect and rejection. These women are battered spiritually, emotionally, mentally, financially, and psychologically,