Apostle A Page visited the Limpopo Area from 6 to 9 May 2021.

On this trip, the Apostle travelled almost 1 000 kilometres to serve God’s children. The visit started off in Polokwane on Thursday, 6 May 2021, where the Apostle held a ministers’ meeting. This meeting was the first to be held since the start of the COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020.  The topic of the meeting was the ‘Return to Church and the challenges for Ministers and Members’. It was a blessed meeting for the ministers who needed strength during this difficult time.

On Saturday, 8 May 2021, the Apostle held the first divine service in Buysdorp, Limpopo North, which is 120 kilometres from Polokwane. Here the Apostle met the 10-year-old boy who is responsible for registering and sanitising members. The young brother is committed to his task as the COVID-19 officer and is a great example to the congregation. The Apostle bestowed the gift of the Holy Spirit on two members. Two brothers were ordained, and one minister was placed into retirement.

A midday divine service was held in Marowe, 62 kilometres from Buysdorp.  It was in this divine service that one member received the gift of the Holy Spirit. The Rector of the congregation and his wife received their silver wedding anniversary blessing from the Apostle.

On Sunday, 9 May 2021, the Apostle held a divine service in Westernburg, Limpopo Central. During the divine service nine souls received the gift of the Holy Spirit.

The second divine service for the day was held in Polokwane Congregation in Limpopo Central. Five members were bestowed with the gift of the Holy Spirit and one ordination took place.

The members had a blessed weekend with the Apostle’s visit and look forward to the next visit.