Christian leaders in George area invited to workshop focusing on uniting to change SA

Church, youth and community leaders in the Southern Cape are invited to attend a nation-building workshop in George on May 27 that will focus on a godly vision for changing South Africa, says Pieter Terblanche, one of the organisers.

The main speakers at the Time2RiseSA worshop will be Dr Arno van Niekerk, an economist, author and Christian marketplace leader and Pastor John Mathuhle, a bridge builder, who facilitated peace in Senekal and currently a chairperson of Senekal/Matwabeng Community Forum based in Senekal.

Terblanche said the event, from 8.30am to 4pm on Saturday May 27 in the Agri Hall at the George Showgrounds, “is to gather leaders to pray for the country, to hear what God is doing currently in the Southern Cape and to inform them about a vision of how we can unite to change South Africa”.

The event is free.

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  1. As long as people and leaders want to be acknowledged by their titles we will get no where.

    Job 32:21 Let me not, I pray you, accept any man’s person, neither let me give flattering titles unto man.

    2Ch 7:14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

    We need a nameless, selfless, faceless tribe to arise and accomplish God’s purposes…

  2. Good day
    Please check your spelling, it is suppose to be: “on a Godly vision” and not “on a godly vision “

  3. The word ‘godly’ is an adjective that refers to behavior or a character trait, whereas the word ‘God’ is a noun that is spelled with a capital letter because it refers to the person. Therefore I would say that the spelling is correct.

  4. Thanks guys for your comments on spelling. Corrections always welcome as I certainly do make mistakes. But in this case, our style — as with most major Christian news publications — is capital G for God but lower case g for godly.
    I see that this is also the style in most English Bible versions — See: