‘Explore’ training reaches African Honey Bee in Kwambonambi

An unusual alliance between GWC and African Honey Bee led to the remote town of Kwambonambi, north of Richards Bay in KwaZulu-Natal  where group leaders, who are being trained by African Honey Bee in the art of bee keeping, attended an Explore training seminar from 16th – 21st September 2018.

The week commenced with a sermon from Rev Sipho Mfusi, a GWC graduate who preached in the local, inter-denominational church.  Morning devotions, during the week were led by Pastor Oupa, Dr Arthur Miskin, Greg Seghers from ZEMA, and finished with Paul’s command to Timothy to entrust the gospel to reliable men who can teach (Nevil Carrington). The seminar itself consisted of teaching on Biblical Theology from Ross Anderson with all delegates learning that the promises of the Old Testament are fulfilled in Christ.

All thirty-five delegates arrived, in the back of bakkies, for day two and three as Mark Dickson gave them guidelines towards preparing correctly for an Explore training session. Roydon Frost spent the fourth day providing practical training in leading an Explore session and on day five Nevil ran a workshop wrapping all the training together.

The Explore excitement will continue when the group meets at the end of October. Stuart Turton and Graham Heslop, from Christ Church, Umhlanga will facilitate a Saturday session with the able assistance of Pastor Oupa.

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