We Will Worship is a band that has successfully crafted a style for a new generation of South African gospel lover. Deeply grounded in traditional South African gospel sounds, yet fused with a distinct creative flair, their music has made major inroads within the gospel scene and has made them forerunners within the contemporary gospel genre.
Jarryd Pearson is a young writer, student studying his Bachelor in Theology at South African Theological Seminary and he is a youth leader at his church 3CI and the founder of Please Help Me 180. A transformed former Atheist and drug addict- Jarryd Pearson now uses his experience in overcoming obstacles, by God’s grace, to confront, challenge, inspire and direct those who are seeking help and searching for change. Enjoy!
For the wages of sin is death
How can something utterly worthless, cost so very much?
If Jesus, who is life and the vine to which we are attached, allows for us to bare the fruits of love, joy, peace and so on, then by definition sin, which leads to death, is the process in which we poison these fruits. So essentially you are buying hate, depression, uncertainty and their likes and paying for it with your life.
Sibusiso Molimi is a Motivational Speaker with a life mission to identify, inspire and increase human excellence by helping people discover, develop and demonstrate their full potenital. He is the Author of a book called, Work Through the Barriers to Success and a Global Shaper. In the year 2015, he spoke on 120 platforms and was the President Toastmasters Speaker of the year for the 2013/2014.Enjoy!
My walk with my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, has been challenging yet rewarding.
My values, thinking, actions as well as my view on life and money has been challenged on this journey with my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. It has not been easy because along the way, I had to make tough decisions. After I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior, I made a decision that I was going to read the word every day and I was going to go to church every Sunday. A few months later, I was back to square one, not reading the Word, not going to church as much as I used to.
Excited to be sharing from Debrah Mtshelwane. Debbie is a lecturer at the North west University, her focus area is professional skills development, labour relations and occupational health and ergonomics for first year students and research for honours students.She studied and obtained her Human Resource Management and Labour Relations BA degree in 2011. In 2012 she completed her HR Honours Degree and she just completed my Masters Degree in HR. She is part of and involved in His People Faith City Church in Potchefsteroom and has been serving that family for 7 years .She serves under the ministry leadership team both on campus and off campus. She is passionate about discipleship , especially with students as she believes when you reach a student, you reach a family, students change nations, students start movements.
After months of preparation we held a one day Women’s event known as Reboot, an annual event where women get together from different cultures, age groups, nations, and from all walks of life. On this special day women get ministered to and at the same time it’s a platform to connect with God through mainly worship and word. Reboot means (having your Spirit being refreshed, spiritual enlightenment; causing a person to live a new life). This event creates a space for women to connect first to God and then with one another, the theme this year was HE IS SPEAKING as in God is speaking. This event was held in Gaborone, Botswana for the very first time.