The first Iberoamerican Wesleyan Women’s conference was held in February in San Jose, Costa Rica. Over two hundred women from thirteen different countries attended this event, including two women from Spain and four women from Equatorial Guinea, Africa. This event was the first Wesleyan Women’s conference in Iberoamerica as well as the first event with representation from Spain and Equatorial Guinea, Africa. The largest delegation aside from Costa Rica was from Panama, with an attendance of twenty-five. Martha Blackburn, general director of Wesleyan Women, was a keynote speaker, emphasizing being a “Light to the Nations,” which was also the theme of the conference. Reverend Zulay de Azofeifa was appointed director of Wesleyan Women of Iberoamerica. A committee of six women from six different countries was appointed to plan the future ministry of the Wesleyan Women of Latin America. (Wesleyan Information Network)