Kuswag hosts ‘Mighty Men’

2015-08-12 06:00
Angus Buchan will speak at this year’s Mighty Men Conference.
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Angus Buchan will speak at this year’s Mighty Men Conference. PHOTO: supplied

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FOLLOWING the success of the 2014 Mighty Men Conference in Amanzimtoti, another has been planned for 9 to 11 October at Kuswag High School.

More than 700 Christian men of all denominations benefited from last year’s urban-style conference where they interacted in a relaxed and inspiring environment.

“Committee members see the event growing from strength to strength,” said organiser, Freddie van Vuuren.

“Committee members have a long-term vision and their hope is to grow this event year after year.”

The overall vision of the conference is to refocus men on their responsibilities at home, in church, in communities and the workplace.

Angus Buchan, who hosted the first Mighty Men conference four years ago, will give a talk at this year’s conference.

Other guest speakers include Pastor Ferdie Warwick and international speaker and author Takalani Mufamadi, a senior pastor of Grace Tabernacle Church in Austerville, Wentworth.

Two workshops will be held by the speakers to reinforce the messages put across by the guest speaker and to emphasise the responsibilities of men.

Tickets for the event are currently on sale and cost R100, which covers camping for the weekend and access to all four services. A day pass is also available at R100. Tickets will be on sale each day at the gate.

The Sunday service is open to all men, women and children, free of charge.

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