The Good Women Fellowship is an arm of RCCG under the leadership of our Mother In Isreal , Pastor(Mrs). Folu Adeboye. The Kenyan chapter of this fellowship started in March 1996 after Pastor Esther joined her husband in the Kenyan Mission. Pastor Esther with her first born son Favour arrived in Kenya on 27 th January 1996 and in March the same year; she launched the Good Women Fellowship.
The fellowship started with a few women where they were meeting every Friday at the mission house backyard which also coupled as the church venue then. As the meetings progressed, the need to take the gospel to the market place became obvious. Pastor Esther introduced an evangelistic approach hence the meeting started happening once every month.
Members also volunteered to host the meetings in their respective homes in order to attract women from all status. Through this strategy, the fellowship grew and people’s homes could no longer host the attendees. The Good Women fellowship grew drastically with many souls coming to Christ. It resulted to moving from one venue to another as the number kept increasing. They finally settled in the church site at Redemption Sanctuary, Kirichwa Road in October 1998.
Later in 2003, the church moved to their current permanent site, The Solution Centre along Mbagathi Way where the meetings took place a couple of months before taking a new turn. It’s at this point that the evangelistic approach strategy gave birth to the interdenominational outreach popularly known as
“The Queen Esthers Generation Movement” This is an empowerment ministry for women from all walks of life that happens every First Saturday of Every month since 2003 to date. See more
Today, the Good women fellowship is a ministry that is purely for the women of The Redeemed Christian Church of God under the leadership of different women leaders every two years who are appointed and mandated by Pastor Esther Obasi-ike. They execute their positional roles under her guidance and supervision in respect to the vision of our Mummy in Israel Pastor (Mrs) Folu Adeboye.