Newsflash: Friday, 16 November

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 Newsflash 16 Nov ENG



Dear Colleagues,

Next year will be the 4th consecutive year that we gather as Christians all across South Africa to cover our nation in prayer. In 2018 there were more than 250 prayer points where many local communities united in prayer over the same weekend! Up4SA (United Prayer for South Africa) is a nationwide Prayer initiative on grassroots level. (Grassroots CommUNITY Prayer – Across race and denomination).

As ambassadors of our Lord Jesus we can play a huge roll in unifying our communities! I would like to encourage and challenge you again to take hands with the “Up4SA 2019” team, as we unite in prayer for South Africa! We all acknowledge that 2019 is a very significant year for us as a nation, as it is South Africa’s general election year.

I ask all our pastors and community leaders to prayerfully consider volunteering and co-ordinating a prayer point in your local community. Every community leader that volunteers will receive a resource pack and will be empowered to coordinate the prayer point.

To volunteer contact us at: or 072 083 1371

More information, website:

More information,

To download the full information, visit the link the below:

Up4SA National Co-ordinator:
Past. Robbie Black 082 462 1540


Please take note of the newly updated PCD website at – book reports can easily be uploaded to the website. Please remember that all ordained pastors (excluding emeriti) need to accumulate 200 PCD credits by the end of December 2018 for the 2015-2018 PCD cycle. Completed PCD registers must first be send to the Regional PCD Coordinators who will process it and send it to the National PCD office.

Contact the PCD office at  083 793 9112 or 083 2828 432 if you have any questions.

Warm Regards
Dr. Henri Weideman



One of our Pastors, Romien Joubert is currently busy with studies on the well being of South African Church Leaders which remains a cause for concern: “Many church leaders are struggling to passionately persevere in ministry.”

The theoretical argument of her study is that resilience and the intentional and holistic cultivation thereof, could add immense value in offering a solution. Please assist her by completing a questionnaire focused on exploring church leaders’ understanding of resilience, their current attempts to build it into their lives, and their current resilience levels. Your participation and contribution is crucial and highly valued. Thank you in advance for your time.


M.G. Mahlobo

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