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PSALM 139

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It is difficult for people to know themselves. It’s often easier to understand the world around you, right? But knowing yourself is understanding the greatness of the Creator. And look. Stand in front of a mirror. Look closely. Smile. Pull a face. Yes, that’s you. Please smile back at that…

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GOOD FRIDAY AND EASTER

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The cross is the most well-known symbol for Christians. It’s the symbol of the horrible death of Jesus Christ. But that’s not all. The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. He was preaching and teaching for a few years. Many people liked him, but also a lot of people hated…

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PSALM 23

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It is perhaps the most famous psalm in the Bible: Psalm 23 about ‘The LORD is my shepherd …‘. It is not surprising that the famous king David talks about this. After all, he himself was once a shepherd. So he could well imagine that role of being a shepherd.…

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Hurt people hurt people.

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Molested as a child, Jonathan grew up angry. He took that anger out on everyone, especially people of colour. This all changed when he came face to face with unconditional love.

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The Lifesaver

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Inspired by true events, this is the compelling story of Vuyo Puza who, as a young boy, always wanted to become a lifesaver. That dream is sabotaged by Vuyo himself after he chooses, in his teenage years, to pursue a life of crime and violence. While incarcerated, Vuyo is initiated…

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Sbu – My Story

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The story of Sbu, a young man who grew up thinking he understood the cultural norms he was born into, but only when he was challenged on these beliefs did he realize he was missing the point completely.

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Thank God I Went to Prison

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The powerful story of a young woman who grew up in a world of abuse, prostitution, drugs and HIV.

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Inherited Culture

Ernest Malenga – Inherited Culture

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Often the most difficult people to reach with the gospel are “Cultural Christians”, those who have never had a personal encounter with Jesus, but believe they are Christians anyway because their parents are Christian.

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Dillion Smith

Dillion Smith – From Drugs To Jesus

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Dillon was a teenage drug addict who literally hated his own mother. Love and acceptance were missing from Dillon’s childhood, so he sought refuge in all the wrong places through drugs and crime. At his lowest point, he found true refuge in Jesus.

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