Saints, Basa to host youth explosion

PHOTO: suppliedPastor Lucanas Isaac.
PHOTO: suppliedPastor Lucanas Isaac.

SAINTS, in conjunction with Basa (Baptist Association of South Africa) youth, will host a term-end youth explosion at the Saints Church (opposite the R.A. Moodley Homes hall) on March 23, starting at 6.30pm.

The Saints youth will start the programme with two songs of praise before the Shakaskraal Community Church take the youth to greater heights with a song of praise and worship.

Renowned singer and speaker Pastor Lucanas Isaac, who has conducted numerous youth conferences in South Africa and abroad, is expected to set the ground at Saints Church ablaze with a dazzling rendition of songs and praise.

His prophetic fatherly anointing and uncompromising ability to dissect and deliver the truth from God’s word have left an indelible mark on the lives of many people (young and old) over the years, and made him a voice of the local church and mission.

Conferences and camps for men, women and leaders have become a regular point of departure for his ministry. He also carries the gift of a minstrel, which has indeed been a gift to the body of Christ through song writing and ministry to local church praise teams and at worship conferences.

Isaac serves at Souls Haven Ministries (Chatsworth) and Newhope Revival Ministries (Phoenix) and is not to be missed on March 23.

The event is open to all praise and worship teams and youth groups in KwaDukuza and surrounding areas. No cigarettes, drugs or alcohol will be permitted on the premises.

There will be a tuck-shop on the premises with burgers, cooldrinks, coffee, fresh chips and chocolates on sale at a nominal price. Youth will have an opportunity to mingle with others through various indoor games (including pool, thunee and thirty seconds). A live soccer match is expected to be screened on the night to keep soccer enthusiasts enthralled.

Two breakfast youth conferences will take place on March 24 at the Saints Church, commencing at 8 am and 10 am.

For further information, contact Pastor Rajen Soobramoney of Saints at 061 474 4302 or Isaac Abraham (Basa youth leader) at 079 428 0345.

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