With less than 30 days to go before the Maluti Mighty Men Conference kicks off in the Eastern Free State, Angus Buchan urges every man to write this event in his diary, because “it will be life-changing”.
The second Maluti Mighty Men Conference takes place from April 12 to 14 on the scenic farm, Karmel, near Fouriesburg.
The organisers urge each man to arrive with big expectations to receive the word of God and that many souls will be harvested for Jesus Christ’s Kingdom.
“Bring a tent and enjoy a camping weekend with your son. It doesn’t matter how old you are, it will be the best bonding time,” says Werner Maree, chairman of MMMC.
Perhaps you know of a friend who needs God in his life. “He will leave as a different man – a man who cares, loves and speaks the truth. A man who will treat his wife with love and respect and who will be a true father to his children and will be the priest, king and prophet of his house,” says Maree.
Line-up of speakers
The organisers are very excited about the speakers at this year’s conference. Dr Isak Burger will spread God’s word on Friday night April 12, from 7.10pm. Burger was probably one of the longest-serving church leaders in South Africa until his retirement in September 2016. He was elected president of the AFM of SA in April 1988 and was continuously re-elected thereafter, including after the racial integration and unification of the church in April 1996.
On Saturday morning at 11am, Johnny Louw will bless everyone with the word. Louw tells his life story that was all about liquor, drugs and money, which left him with self-hatred, terrible guilt and self-indulgence. He decided that there was nothing left for him and that the only way out was to commit suicide. It was on that day that a miracle took place that changed his life forever. He met Jesus.
On Saturday evening at 7.10pm Albert Ferreira, a farmer and businessman from Senekal will share a message. He gave his life to the Lord in 1989. In 1990 he started with the Word of Action Ministry, which ministers all over South Africa. His passion is ministering about the role and responsibility of the man in the home.
On Sunday morning, Mighty Men movement founder Uncle Angus Buchan will speak at the family service.
The praise and worship for the weekend will be led by Retief Burger and his band.
Venue and facilities
The farm Karmel is located about 8km outside Fouriesburg on the R26 Bethlehem road.
Part of the Mighty Men experience is camping on site between the mountains for the weekend. You are welcome to bring your gas braai (no open fires), lights and camping equipment. Hot and cold showers and clean toilets are available. Please take note that you need to bring your own toilet paper.
There is a designated, specially-equipped camping area for disabled persons. A sticker needs to be obtained from Theuns Fourie – 074 589 8593.
There will be vendors selling food, clothing, CDs and much more in the vendor’s area near the stage. Day visitors are also welcome – bring your own chair, sunscreen and a hat.
All men and boys are invited to join on Friday and Saturday. All women, mothers and children are welcome to attend the Sunday family service.
Registration, entry, camping and the family service on Sunday are all for free.