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Epic Church Dedication

Epic Church Dedication

   Karen Holte
   28 June 2019

 

It’s an EPIC move of God when He sees the compassionate heart of a man taking a courageous first step towards bringing hope to a hopeless community.

Pastor Bheki Ndlovu knew the Lord of Hope and began a church in his home with three people in 2011. More people began coming, and then the children came, many of them suffering and homeless. Children’s Cup and Pastor Bheki’s lives crossed paths in 2013 and the Sibusisiwe CarePoint was birthed and is now feeding 250 children daily. Sibusisiwe means “we are blessed”.

But the EPIC move of God continued as the church was growing and needed a building. It was in that moment the Lord began connecting two continents. Pastors IV and Bene’ Marsh from Epic Church, USA, had been given a vision to plant an African church and turned to Children’s Cup for help, who then introduced them to the bush church. Joy and hope was in the air. The two churches worked as one making cement blocks to construct a building. The EPIC Church was dedicated in June 2019. Two-hundred church members, dignitaries, parliament, and community leaders helped celebrate this epic event. The Lord does epic things when He sees a praying man.

 
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