COUPLES GALA DINNERnGreetings family and friendsnnIt is with great joy to invite you to our Couples Galla Dinner. Please see the details on the poster. NewBirth NewLife Church can't wait to host you. It's a date.nnDate: 16th October. nTime: 15h00nRegistration: R500p/couplennBanking DetailsnNew Birth New Live ChuchnFnb: 627 339 451 77nRef: SurnamennBook your seat on time to avoid disappointments. 50% payable to secure your booking.
1 week to go>>>>>>💃💃💃nnSee a line up of our Speakers... this conference is loadednnYou can sit in a restaurant and spend R350 for food only or you can invest R350 to get food, and relevant helpful information to succeed financially. Where your treasure is, thats where your heart also will be. What do you treasure? Choose to wisely. nnLadies.. let's meet on the 11th Sept at;nnThe Maslow, SunTime Square hotel nCorner Aramist & Corobray Avenue, nWaterkloof Glen, nMenlyn MainenPretoria
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Greetings FamilynDue to circumstances beyond our control, we will move this session to 6pm tonightnHe who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favour.nAre you Qualified?
NOBLE WIVES.....2 days Special offer for 10 seats nnPay before the 01st Sept, and get your seat at R250. nPlease whatsapp me your proof of payment to 061 981 6412.nnDate: 11 September 10AM nVenue : The Maslow, SunTime Square hotel nCorner Aramist & Corobray Avenue, Waterkloof Glen, Pretoria Menlyn Maine. nnThis doesn't apply to those who already paid because we have special gifts for them. nnHurry up and grab the offer.nGet ready... Go>>>>>>>>>
A CRY FOR A FATHER'S LOVEnnMany children are suffering because one parent decided to be selfish and spiteful towards the other. The truth of the matter is a lot of kids grow up knowing their dads as thier biological father whereas the mother knows or is not sure who the real father is. Some grow up with the knowledge that their father left without saying any word. And they grow bitter towards the poor father, but the mother knows the whole truth. Our society is struggling with fatherless kids, and blames men for not taking responsibility, and the mother is treated as a victim because no one seem to want to understand why the father left. Stories like Utatakho on TV has given us a clear understanding of where the real problem lies. And because media is fool of vocal women, stories like that will just vanish through thin air, and fathers will continue to be persecuted for not been there. We always talk about irresponsible fathers , but we forget that there also irresponsible mothers who left their kids with the grandparents to stay with the boyfriend somewhere. They don't even care about their child's well being. Their parents struggle to raise their children with the little money they recieve from the social grants, but the mother is flaunting around with expensive weaves with the child support money. But still you hardly hear such story on media. But with men it's a different story, the guy will be insulted and called irresponsible and trash whilst he is still giving a little amount to support his kid. nn I'm talking from experience as a daughter who hadn't met her father, and not even sure who his real name and his place of origin. All I know is his name is (Wilson Mathonsi) that he left when my mom was pregnant with me, and that's it. I asked some relatives, no one seem to know. My mom is gone to be with the Lord, so there I arrest my case. I just have to be glad that I have my Heavenly Father in heaven. But like any other daughter I sometimes wonder how would my life be if he was around. My plea to mothers is please dont use your kids as a weapon to spite their father. Your man might be a bad partner, but being a bad partner doesn't automatically make him a bad father. A lot of men are in pain because they are denied the opportunity to be in their child's life because of a broken relationships. I know there are fathers who decided to vanish, and those are just irresponsible boys. But please allow your child the privilege to know and have a good relationship with their father. If he has moved on to another relationship, accept that and have a good co- parenting relationship for the sake of your child. Don't punish the innocent child for the sin of his father.
https://youtu.be/8gucAUTMeO4nn Didah Mokwena brief summary of his life journey nnLike, share & subscribe to our YouTube channel