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Credit Line David Larsen / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online
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Keywords colour image ,South Africa,Africa,KwaZulu-Natal,horizontal,Pietermaritzburg,black African men,White African woman,Christian Church,prayers,praying,worship,Christian,congregations,
Province Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
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Creation_date 2005-01-10T00:00:00
Description A young man worships during the days of prayer and fasting held in Pietermaritzburg in October 2005, nine months after Simon Pettit, leader of Newfrontiers Africa had died of a heart attack. Dave Holden took over the leadership of the church planting movement in southern Africa with the mandate of appointing local leaders to take over spheres of responsibility. Newfrontiers is a church planting movement which emerged in the South of England in the 1960s and has spread to many nations around the world. Under Simon Pettit this charismatic reformed church movement took on a thoroughly multi-cultural face in Africa highly relevant to the new South Africa recovering from generations of racial segregation
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