The next child dedication takes place on the 2nd of December at 9am. To register your child for this special occasion speak to our friendly volunteers at the info desk in the foyer after our services or call the church office during the week on 041 399 4400.
Join the Evergreens Thursday 15 Nov at 9.30am in Hall 2, for more info contact Marlene Jones or the church office 041 399 4400
This article was written by Zamandulo Malonde of The Herald and is also available here.
From Port Elizabeth to New York and back, actress Nambitha Ben-Mazwi, 29, returned to her home town on Wednesday to inspire women at the Chosen to Speak Girlfriends’ evening at Word of Faith Christian Centre, her childhood church.
The former Collegiate Girls’ High School pupil, who relocated to Cape Town in 2007 after matric to study business science marketing at the University of Cape Town (UCT), has placed women empowerment at the centre of her craft since becoming an influential actress and radio and television personality.
Speaking at the night of inspiration and worship, Ben-Mazwi encouraged women – and a handful of men – to find their purpose in life and fully dedicate themselves to it.
“I really want to encourage each and everyone of you to find your purpose and live for it,” she said. “We each have our own unique DNA and purpose, and there’s no one who can live someone else’s purpose.”
The actress made her on-screen debut with a hair products commercial as a teenager and was an MC for MTN during the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
She has since bagged a role in the Netflix hit remake of Black Mirror and the international BET production of Madiba.
Ben-Mazwi moved to New York after obtaining her honours at UCT. The arts bug then bit while she was pursuing a corporate career, which saw her quit and follow her passion.
Upon returning to SA in 2013, she went from one TV show to the next including e.tv’s Broken Vows, Mzansi Magic drama Doubt and SABC 3 breakfast show The Weekend Edition.
Revisiting her journey from a corporate life to the arts, she advised guests to take calculated risks but to keep in mind that things might not always work out as planned.
The actress, who grew, up in New Brighton and later moved to Rowallan Park, said her love for the arts had been birthed at the church.
The Braeside Missions Christmas Party has been hosted by our Kingdom Kids Children’s Ministry Team for 10 years this year! Established in 1992 by Pastor Dorothy Prillaid and her brother, Pastor Geoffrey Crompton, this party will take place on the 24th of November at Braeside Primary School.
The school, which is situated in King Williams Town, has grown from 165 to 225 children within the past year. At our Christmas Party each child will be provided with a party pack to the value of R20, as well as cake, savouries and cooldrinks.
You can sponsor a child by placing R20 in one of the envelopes handed out by the hostesses before the Sunday services. Simply drop your envelope in a basket during tithes and offering time. Thank you for your gift!
Let us help you prepare for the relationship of a lifetime. This exciting seminar is filled with laughter and good advice, as well as Godly principles for your marriage.
Compulsory for anyone who wants to be married by a Word of Faith Pastor.
R400 per couple (Includes teaching material, a light lunch and refreshments.)
Booking Essential! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
#wordoffaithSA #premarriage #PortElizabeth#FamilyLIFE
Every year, Project Hope hosts a Christmas party for between 250 and 300 children. At this party each child receives a gift, party pack and a meal. If you would like to buy a gift for a child to the value of R100 or donate cash towards a gift, please see Madge or Shanaaz in the foyer after the church services.
The party is taking place on 8 December 2018 from 9am to 1pm at Word of Faith Christian Centre.
Contact Madge on 0631890869 or Shanaaz on 082 541 5063 for more information.
A talent that needs no introduction, Nambitha Ben-Mazwi, commonly known as Lady Nam has stolen the hearts of South Africans. Lady Nam is a well-known actress, MC, radio & TV presenter as well as a philanthropist.
Recently known for her role as Lulu in eTV’s prime-time telenovela, Broken Vows, Nambitha has been seen on our screens from the Netflix TV remake of Black Mirror to a role in the international BET production Madiba. She has risen to become a recognized actress as well as a radio- and TV presenter and MC. After having spent 6 months in New York City, while working her way through the media & TV industry, Nambitha returned to South Africa to tackle the film industry. This landed her roles in productions, including the Mzansi Magic’s crime drama series Doubt, for which she landed a coveted YOU Spectacular favourite actress nomination. Her love for the arts and talent have afforded her prominent roles while she builds a lasting legacy and uses the platform she has been given to make a significant difference in women’s lives.
One of Nambitha’s passions is helping women and especially young girls find their voice, and having a ‘sister’ to talk to. With the rise of depression in our society, just being an ear and sharing one’s experiences with other people has a positive impact on their lives, which lead to the inspiration of her #SheSpeaks initiative.
#SheSpeaks is a platform aimed at women finding their own voices in all aspects of their lives while encouraging self-love; self-purpose and self-awareness. Alongside relevant brands and guests speakers, they provide young females with the tools to succeed in their career paths, while remaining confident with their appearance and self-esteem
Award-winning actor, Zane Meas, is famous for roles such as Neville Meintjies in popular soap opera 7de Laan, Jack van Onselen in local TV programme Isidingo and Hendrick Grootboom in the critically acclaimed feature film, Forgiveness. Having authored Daddy come Home, a book based on his experiences, counseling sessions and research on fatherhood in South Africa, Zane also launched the Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa in 2009. A popular guest speaker and acclaimed actor, Zane brings profound insight into the impact of the role of the father, to audiences across South Africa.
A marriage is not based on the length of time you spend together, it’s based on the memories you’ve created together
Unbreakable Marriage, a five week series for married couples, starting Friday, 9th November, at 7pm! The cost is R140 per couple for all four sessions and includes refreshments.
Venue: The Chapel Time: 7pm – 9pm
Eccl 4:12(NIV) Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.
” May the only part of your marriage that grows old, be the two of you”
A powerful resource to assist you with every step, first tooth, tantrum and sleepless night on this wonderful journey we call parenting taking place on 2 November at 7pm with Munchkins Coach, Timann Estherhuizen.