Saints church to post full house signs early

2018-03-28 06:01
Pastor DonStephen PHOTO: supplied

Pastor DonStephen PHOTO: supplied

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SAINTS Cornerstone Church (opposite the RA Moodley Homes Hall) in KwaDukuza are expected to post the ‘full-house’ signs early on Friday for the 2018 youth explosion (to be hosted by Saints in conjunction with Basa) which is scheduled to get underway on Friday, March 23 commencing at 6.30pm.

Organisers have been working around the clock over the last month putting the final touches together to ensure an enriching evening for the youth from all churches and all walks of life.

Entry is free and young people (especially those from Grades 10-12) are encouraged to come out in their numbers.

There are a number of challenges facing the youth of today and a special counselling session is planned from 8pm-9pm with one-on-one sessions with pastors.

Pastor Lucanas Isaac and Pastor Don Stephen will bless the youth with song and praise. Pastor Stephen is the senior pastor of Eagle’s Worship Centre in Centu- rion. He is the spiritual son of Bishop Benjamin Dube.

He has served the music industry over the last 28 years playing and sharing the stage with the likes of Joyous Celebration, Rebecca Molope, Benjamin Dube and Bongani Ngema. He has served Bishop Dube for 18 years.

He believes serving is service. To date he has recorded one album (Jehovah turns my life around) and a single (King of Kings).

Apart from praise and worship there will be lots of fun and games (including thunee, pool and table-tennis) and manicures for the ladies.

A tuckshop will be operational selling burgers, hot chips, cooldrinks at a nominal price.

Pastor Stephen and his team will be at the Stanger Baptist Church on Sunday, March 25 (from 9.30-11.30am). All (young and old) are welcome.

For more information contact Pastor Rajen Soobramoney on 061 474 4302 or Isaac Abraham on 079 428 0345.

There are a number of challenges facing the youth of today and a special counselling session is planned

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