Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Good News Production

We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us!
What a year of Good News it has been! The mere fact that most of the scenes in this production are based on real miracles experienced in the ministry is testimony to the power of Jesus Christ.
Driving on our Roads in Cape Town I often get totally disgusted with the headlines on the lamp posts. But in true apostolic style, God's Spirit prompted me to write about Good News to raise a standard against the "filth and shame and stories that belong in the drain!" an excerpt from our title track "Good News."
There is more to life than the world's media proclaims, and this show aims to lift up the Name of Jesus - He will heal people's broken lives and the news will spread far and wide, just like it did in the early Church.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Apostle Andre and Nola Pelser who dedicated their artistic talents in Drama and Music to the Lord so many years ago and decided to lay down successful careers for the sake of the Gospel, going into missions to seek and save the lost. That's why Harvester Church Cape Town is able to provide such a great platform for Christian Performing Arts to share Christ with our generation in a language they can understand.
I also would like to thank the members of our Cast and Technical Crews for their dedication over the last 6 months and prophesy that God will reward them richly for their service and labour of love.
It is a great privilege to work with brothers and sisters in Christ that take their calling seriously and give every ounce of energy when performing.
We pray and believe that God will confirm the Word in the Show with signs and wonders following, so bring your friends that need Jesus to heal their broken hearts and enjoy an evening worth remembering.

Grace and Peace to all involved.

Apostle Aje Pelser
Producer, Good News

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