Braving the cold and misty winter mornings with passion and warmth in their hearts, Project Cornerstone once again reached out to those in dire need of spiritual revelation and a nutritious meal.
Co-ordinator Mr Bihaspat and the team visited Roosboom Phase 1, as well as a rural area in Driftfontein, whereby the dynamic team warmed the atmosphere with songs of praise and worship as community members danced and sang in harmony to give thanks for yet another day of good health and healing.
The team then shared a message on the essence of prayer and encouraged the recipients to lean on God’s strength in times of crisis, conflict and disappointment.
Community volunteers, under Project Cornerstone, prayed for the needs of the people and equipped them with Bibles.
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The team shared a hearty meal consisting of soup and bread with each person present at the outreach, prepared and sponsored by the Royal Hotel. The meal was received with gratitude and the community interacted with the team, thereby enabling them to build a stronger relationship and help each other.
The team does not wish to create a spotlight on themselves, but only wish to set out a good humanitarian drive to equip citizens of the community to not walk alone, but to turn to God and seek a divine purpose for their existence.
Anyone is free to contact Mr Bihaspat to make a booking and change people’s lives. Sponsorships are more than welcome and will be greatly appreciated.