Prayer service for teachers held

2016-05-13 06:00
Thabiso Khofteng (front) motivates guests at the service at Kokstad Primary School hall. Photos: Siphelele Nketo

Thabiso Khofteng (front) motivates guests at the service at Kokstad Primary School hall. Photos: Siphelele Nketo

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MORE than 100 teachers from 26 Kokstad schools attended a prayer service at Kokstad Primary School hall last Thursday.
The service was organised by the Greater Kokstad circuit Department of Education and also attended by principals and pastors from Kokstad churches.

Circuit manager Cedric Mseleku said praying is their culture.

“Spiritually, teachers need prayer support to overcome challenges they face at school. The most stressing challenge is the ill-discipline of pupils and the use of drugs in schools. Teachers are human beings and must receive spiritual healing every day.”

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