It is that time of the year again, and it’s “all systems go” as the Mighty Men Jeffreys Bay conference is in full swing with preparations for their fifth conference which will take place from March 17 to 19 at the farm Mooi Uitsig.
“Our team is ready, and final preparations are underway to host this event in excellence for our Lord and Savious Jesus Christ. This is going to be a big one, and we are excited to announce that Angus Buchan will be ministering not once, but twice over this weekend. This is a blessing as he will minister to the men on Saturday evening and the families on Sunday morning,” says the organising committee.
Other speakers at the event include Eugene Genis on Friday evening and Johnny Louw on Saturday morning. Praise and worship will be led by the young men of Midpoint Worship, East London.
The conference is open to men and boys only on Friday and Saturday. Women and girls are welcome to join the family celebration on Sunday. The conference theme for this year is “Chosen”. The organisers explain: “We are chosen for a time such as this and we need to step into the calling that The Lord has for us. The only solution to every problem and challenge we face in our lives and country is Jesus.”
“Come and join us for this life-changing weekend. Be renewed, refreshed, and revived, and let us return to our first love, JESUS CHRIST. For many are called, but few are chosen. How will we respond to the call?,” says the committee.
Register online and book your ticket at www.mightymeneasterncape.co.za.
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