The vision of IWC is to inspire woman! We believe if we can inspire woman they will be able to encourage their families, their communities, their towns and eventually their country. What an awesome inspiration woman can bring in their sphere of influence?

IWC also has a social conscience and we are active in various campaigns like the Red My Lips Campaign.



To empower Christian women of South Africa across ethnicities, denominations, economic levels and age to unleash their creativity and to inspire and change the world they live.


Through our conference, prayer support, coaching and counselling, God provide the women of South Africa with inspiration to live a spirit-filled, inspiration-filled life.

IWC was launched In August 2014 on Woman’s day to celebrate the lives of everyday women. IWC recognises that woman forms the heart of society and at times we experience frustrations, being overwhelmed by responsibilities and challenges and as such we sometimes loses our heart”.”

This young ministry soon expanded beyond the conference with prayer support, coaching and counselling to unlock women’s God-given power to inspire and change the world where they are.

IWC knows that real woman live real lives with real challenges – so we aim to get practical, regarding finances, spirituality, emotions, etc. We have a dedicated intercessor so that we will pray for you – let us know what we can pray about.

The foundation stone: Isaiah 61:3 (NIV)

“and provide for those who grieve in Zion, to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his splendour.”

Inspired Women, stationed in the heart of South Africa, reach women through conferences, online services such as prayer, and offer counselling and coaching services too.

Women of Southern Africa rise in your righteousness and stand up like high oak trees and display the splendour of our Lord!

Dr Lizette Mobey