Running now in its 4th year, the All-In Sports Conference — this year scheduled for November 5 to 7 — has become an annual highlight in Gqeberha.
The organisers invite everyone to come to the event hosted by Lighthouse Family Church to hear stories and testimonies from athletes, coaches and sports chaplains. “You will be challenged, encouraged and inspired whether you run marathons on the road or sprint to the kitchen for a drink at half-time in the rugby! It’s for everyone,” say the organisers.
Representing the sporting world will be Delaine Mentoor, Meghan Maartens, Ian Taylor, Roscoe Pietersen, Jessi Khan, Rikenette Steenkamp and Wenda Nel.
Bruce Nadin (author of Call-Up Sports Prayer Book) will be sharing a message on the theme, “Lord of the Rings”.
The programme is:
Friday November 5 — opening evening at Lighthouse Family Church at 7:15pm. (Please book online for the Friday night. Closing date is midnight on the November 3.)
Saturday November 6 — rugby, soccer and netball Coaching clinic at Good News Outreach Church in Motherwell/Nelson Mandela University at 9am (Numbers are limited. Please book via the link in the bio on the Instagram page @allinsports_con.)
Sunday November 7 — 9am service and 5.30pm service at Lighthouse Family Church. Book through the church office Wed to Fri 041-365 2137.
Sponsors, sporting clinic coaches and organisers include LeatherworX Guru, Sino Guwa Visuals, Sparta Speed, Peak Performance Private Coaching, Jessi Heatley Sports Academy, Madibaz Athletics Club and Cross Fit Algoa, Andrew Kock and Jean Pierre Flugel.
You can follow the conference on Instagram @allinsports_con, @callup_sportsprayer and @lighthousefamilychurch_
More information is available on Lighthouse Family Church Facebook page.
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