Colourful carnivals, street storms and community projects revealed the glory in God’s Word to many as BLW citizens in South Africa kicked off the nation’s Heritage Day with a nationwide prayer for the country.
It was a worthy start to a multi-faceted outreach; Pastors, leaders and brethren poured out their hearts to the Lord in effusive prayers for the prevalence of the Gospel in the nation, for leaders and those in authority.
The Regional Pastor, Pastor Ose Oyakhilome, led the brethren in a celebratory procession with music and other attractions for onlookers as partners moved through Johannesburg to Kliptown. ROSA 2016 Carnival held at the Walter Sisulu Square of Dedication; there was a great celebration and ministration of the Word through music and creative arts performances.
Many tourists and residents received free copies of the Messenger Angel. The brethren dispersed into different suburbs of Soweto and throughout the country in a strategic street storm, distributing thousands of copies of the Rhapsody of Realities and leading many to Christ.
Communities were impacted through special projects. Food and Rhapsody of Realities were distributed at the South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Boitekanelo Orphanage and the Johannesburg Society for the Blind. Partners also rolled out a tree planting and landscaping project at schools and various places in Soweto, educating students.
Rhapsody of realities reach out campaigns are known to be colourful, fun and innovative and several countries across the world have enjoyed the presence of this devotional. The book has brought life, hope, joy and a reason to stay alive to millions that have been affected by it.
Reach out Nigeria is just 2 days away and we can’t wait to see what Rhapsody of Realities and her partners have in store for Nigerians.