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A Woman with a Vision was launched by Ina Botha on 16th May 2009 in Pretoria, South Africa. 

The ministry started out as a small group of women studying God’s Word together
once a week.  Out of the fruit of the Bible Study, the first women’s conference was held with the name Women with Vision.  The Bible Studies became 6-week topical Bible Studies that addressed issues women were struggling with.  From these Bible Studies, there were women who wanted to confess their sins on a one-on-one basis and so the ministry grew in mentoring, discipling and healing.  Eleven years later God is still using Ina in helping women find healing through prayer. 


When she moved to Cape Town in 2013, she started another leg of the ministry with the focus on children. Holiday programs for the children were being held over the June/July school holidays in Khayelitsha, one of the biggest townships in Cape Town.  It became a discipling tool reaching out to hundreds of children. 

On 28th June 2017, the ministry became an official ministry and an NPO (Non-Profit Organisation) was registered at the Department of Social Development.  The latest addition to the ministry is the Tikvah Project - Tikvah which means hope.  It is an upliftment project, equipping women with arts and crafts to gain an extra income.  

In September 2019 Gail Henry joined the team as an intercessor and assistant Biblical counsellor.

2020 was a different year with the Covid-19 virus.  The ministry did not stop because of the virus but gained more ground by ministering to women via the internet. 


To see families restored;

communities built on the foundation

of God’s Word to live out their

Kingdom purposes.


We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God.  


We believe that there is one God, eternally existent in three persons:  Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  


We believe that the Holy Spirit enables Christian life by dwelling in the individual believers and enables them to live a righteous and faithful life.


We believe in the confession of sin which brings freedom and healing.

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