28 February 2014
If you love gospel music then the Local Gospel Skouspel is a must on your calendar. The show will be hosted at Manna Church between White River and Rocky’s Drift on Friday 14 March.
Marinda Toerien created the vision and dream to start a gospel show with local talented artists three years ago. With no experience of planning or organising such an event, Marinda started and hosted an extremely successful event that has grown over the years.
The event is hosted as an annual fund-raising project for Children in Distress, a non-profit organisation that has been looking after elderly people and children in the greater White River area since 1989.
Children in Distress hosts a number of “drives” that encourage the community to become involved in the outreach, and together with Local Gospel Skouspel they will be able to achieve their goal of reaching out to other. A saying by Mother Theresa – “If you can’t feed a 100 people, then feed just one” – drives them to assist in the fight against hunger and poverty.
Some of the artists performing at Skouspel are teachers, pastors, students, housewives, estate agents, farmers and even a comedian who all have a passion for Jesus, and the event is to inspire the audience and to motivate them with the powerful message of love and hope while bringing praise and worship to God Almighty.
Local Gospel Skouspel promises a spectacular night of musical praise and workshop. Do not miss out on this evening. The tickets are on sale for R100 and R50 for children under 12.
Tickets will be available at the door, or call Marinda on 013 750 1406/082 441 6694.Tickets will be on sale of GPS News office in Sabie as well. The event starts at 19:00. Refreshments will be on sale during the break.