Women Together Scholarship Project
We Were Made For More
The reality in our world is… that barriers have been built to suppress and greatly limit women from developing their potential and fulfilling their dreams. Many have succumbed to their plight, while many others fight back. Women know there is more.
The Women Together Scholarship, comes alongside and equips women to step into their calling.
No tool for development is more effective than the empowerment of women.” Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan
We Were Made For More is a scholarship project created by Women Together to provide support, encouragement and financial assistance to women, enrolled in either a B.A., B.Th. or M. Div. program from an accredited Theological College or Seminary in a developing country.
5 continents, 6 countries, 5 cultures, 5 worldviews, 10 women
One desire to serve Christ faithfully and passionately
One dream to fulfill a God-given calling and build His church
For 2019 Women Together will be providing scholarship for 7 women!
Two students from India say “Thank You” to Women Together
Three students from Brazil say “Thank You” to Women Together
Natasha Konisheva, Siberia
Natasha is the Director of the Teen Challenge Centre for Women in Novokuznetsk, Siberia. She started using drugs when both of her parents died. Life was beyond difficult. She went to the Teen Challenge Centre for help and gave her life to Jesus. What a transformation! She became the Director of the Centre and now helps other addicts. Natasha has enrolled in the Moscow Theological Institute to complete a 4 year B.Th. program.
Rupkala Oli, Kathmandu, Nepal
Rupkala Oli is a first year student at Nepal Theological College enrolled in the B.Th. Program. Born into a Hindu family, Rupkala, was always diligent in studies and hard work. In her teens years, Rupkala had many physical and mental challenges which concerned her family. Her older sister, a Jesus-believer, came and prayed for her. Rupkala finally accepted Jesus as her Saviour and was healed of her physical problems. Today, Rupkala is fully engaged in her theological studies and is called to ministry to her people.
Binu Pun Magar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Binu Pun Magar is a first year student at Nepal Theological College enrolled in the B.Th. program. With her Hindu background, going to a church with her mother at 16 years of age, seemed strange yet she was drawn to the warmth of the people and the Gospel messages from the Pastor. It was reading the Bible, that she dedicated her life to Jesus Christ and Christian service. With her husband, Binu is studying theology in a 3 year program.
Ashunta Murmu, Bokaro Steel City, India
Ashunta is a 2nd year student at Trinity Theological College in Bokaro. She comes from an Animist background but came to know about Jesus in Sunday School. What she learned from the Bible changed her life. Her Pastor recognized a calling on her life and encouraged her to enrol in a Bible College. Ashunta is thankful for God’s leading! She loves the study of God’s Word.
Kiran Lata Tudu, Bokaro Steel City, India
Karin is enrolled as a 2nd year student at Trinity Theological College in Bokaro India. Although raised in a Christian home, Kiran always felt that she wanted to know God more. In 2013, she attended a meeting in her village and dedicated her life to Christ. Shortly after she was accepted to Trinity Theological College. Currently, she has completed 24 courses in the B.Th. program. Women Together is supporting Karin for her final year!
Pooja Muneshwar, Bokaro Steel City, India
Pooja completed her B.Th. at Trinity Theological College in Bokaro, India, in March 2018. She achieved the highest marks for all he B.Th. students in the Global School of Open Learning in all of India, Middle East and South East Asia. Her scholastic achievement and love for theology made her decide to enrol in a M.Div. Program. Pooja has outstanding potential and Women Together is happy to support her.
Nageshwari Suryawnshi, India
Nageshwari is beginning her final year of studies toward her B. Th degree at Trinity Theological College in Bokaro. Born to a Hindu family, she accepted Christ as her Saviour when she was a teenager.
Nageshwari faced a turning point in her life when she was diagnosed with a tumor in 2011. After five years of treatments, her situation looked hopeless, but by God’s grace she was healed through prayer.
She is grateful for the support of Women Together and excited to equip herself for the glory of God.
Videos of recent graduates from the scholarship program.
Anita Kurrey from India
Esther Rudai Kanai from Kenya
Alumni: Anita Kurrey, Varsha Halwale, Vishwasi Hans & Swarupa Das (India)
Esther Rudai Kanai & Phylis Kayaro Ayodi(Kenya), Elga Sena Cruz (Brazil), Pamella Gomes(Brazil)
Maria Fernanda Gomez(Brazil), Edith Kazimba(Uganda)