Newlyweds say ‘I do’ to marriage guide

POLOKWANE – Itumeleng grew up in Limpopo and Lindiwe is from Durban, but the couple now reside in Lephalale to be closer to the church where Itumeleng, a pastor, preaches. They wrote a letter addressed to the public, stating: “Dear Family & Friends. Earlier this year in May, Lindi and I reached another point of no return in our lives. Since then, a complex mix of overwhelming feelings has welled up from deep within me, including excitement, anxiety, and a sense of eternal destiny. These feelings arise in all of us whenever we step out in faith to obey God.

We’re moving beyond what is familiar and comfortable into the unknown, (Matthew 14:25-29). The Bible says we should not take lightly our small beginnings, and I am a servant of a God who takes that divine admonition seriously. We have thus chosen to respect our small beginning. If you’re interested and would like to be kept up to date with our ministry work, visit our website www.gospelharvest.co.za and subscribe to our newsletter.

Thank you in advance for your interest and prayers,” the letter reads.

The Mokganyas wish young couples all the best and encourage them to visit their website to stay motivated.

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