Mighty Men meet

2017-07-26 06:01
Angus Buchan addresses families attending the Mighty Men meeting family service on Sunday.Photo: Shannon de Bruyn — Victory Photography

Angus Buchan addresses families attending the Mighty Men meeting family service on Sunday.Photo: Shannon de Bruyn — Victory Photography

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HUNDREDS of men gathered in Amanzimtoti for the Mighty Men Conference at Kuswag Skool recently.

Community leaders Dr Anthony Jacobs, presiding pastor at Kingsway Ministries, and Empangeni-based pastor Andrew Anderson, carried the message of “restitution”, with a focus on nurturing the father-son relationship and improving relations within our households, community and country.

Speaking on Saturday morning, Pastor Anderson, a dynamic livestock farmer who was schooled under Angus Buchan, spoke on the theme “Who am I?”

He said that somehow this world stole our peace, joy, happiness and our purpose, and then addressed attendees on taking back what the enemy has stolen from them through divorce, unforgiveness, bankruptcy, feeling not “good enough” and depression.

On Saturday evening, Pastor Anderson took the theme to the next level, talking about “what is faith” and miracles and change. “So, if we believe who we are and believe in the son of God, we will advance and the enemy will retreat. To live a life of abundance we need to know who we are.

On Sunday, Angus Buchan addressed families attending the family service.

According to Freddie van Vuuren, one of the organising committee members, about 1 500 people attended the Sunday service held by Buchan.

It was a great privilege to have Angus Buchan here on Sunday and it was the very first time Angus Buchan addressed the women and children of Amanzimtoti.

A total of five boxes of Bibles were handed out at the event. These Bibles were collected by the local churches in Amanzimtoti.

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