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Church service in the park unites people

Ana Madigibuli
Monday, August 18, 2014

THE Hibiscus Festival church service brought together many from different churches and different walks of life to Albert Park yesterday.

The church service gave people at the festival a chance to hear the Word of God and be motivated to have strong faith in God.

Salvation Army Lieutenant Jeffrey Miller said during the church service people should always be satisfied with what God had given them.

Lt Miller said there was more to life than struggling to feel in place and trying to belong somewhere.

"I would like to encourage the contestants that are participating in the festival to be themselves during the one-week event and not to try and be someone else," Lt Miller said.

"There is more in store that God wants to reveal to all of us and we need to realise God's plan for our lives."





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