‘Light the Night’ spreads the light

2017-02-22 06:00
Catch ‘The Leading Light with Greg  Smerdon’   (pictured) on Capital 104.fm every Sunday from 6pm to 7pm.PHOTO: supplied

Catch ‘The Leading Light with Greg Smerdon’ (pictured) on Capital 104.fm every Sunday from 6pm to 7pm.PHOTO: supplied

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CITY Youth Movement REGENR8, the youth ministry of God’s Family Life Centre (GFLC), will be spreading light through the airwaves with its new radio show on KZN Capital 104fm called Light the Night every Sunday from 6pm to 7pm.

Light the Night is a one-hour magazine show and features a combination of music and talk radio.

The show is primarily targeted at youth, students and young adults.

The show aims to create a platform for the exposure of Christian music, including contemporary Christian music and praise and worship.

The show also aims to challenge a generation of young people by sharing Biblical principles with them as relevant youth-related issues are discussed.

The show features inspiring interviews and testimonies as well as a leadership segment called “The Leading Light with Greg Smerdon”.

Smerdon is the senior pastor of GFLC and is a certified John Maxwell speaker, life coach, trainer and consultant.

For more information, phone Mellanie Chetty on

079 913 9564 or visit www.rg8.co.za

- Supplied

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