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Big Bend CCF

Big Bend Correctional Christian Fellowship, August 2016

Big Bend Correctional Christian Fellowship will take this opportunity to thank all those who supports us in our day today worship. The teachings, preaching, prayers have really motivated and produced fruits among the brethren.

We have a committed group of Christians who always gather at the chapel and listen to sermons by our brother in the Lord Leo. Some of these guys have already finished their sentences and have joined living churches outside. By saying living churches, I mean those who preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and practices pure living.

During our visits we received accolades from the local churches who commended the work done by our brothers who have recently come out of prison. On another note as a fellowship we noted that those brothers who fellowship with us are not coming back to prison and that is great achievement. Prisoners sometimes got themselves involved in gangsterism but we have noticed a lot of them repent and join our group. Through the pure teaching they are growing and have recruited some of their friends.

We are really grateful for the support we get from you and all those who contribute in preaching the word of God in our centre. May the Lord richly bless you.


AUTHOR: Sabelo Magongo - Chaplain BB Correctional

Note: The worship team which started in prison are now performing at the Swazi Vision conferences.


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