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Conference
Mission Cohort is seeking to establish a platform for networking amongst mission groups and missionaries through conferences. It also seeks to emphasize the need of young people to be involved in mission work in their...
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Word of Thanks Thank you to those who have helped to reach un-entered areas through their willing donations and we look forward to seeing God work in organizing running Seventh-day Adventist congregations on these sites....

About Us

An article of how Mission Cohort has grown since its birth in 2012, the article also include some of MC’s achievements

Mission Cohort is a grassroots movement of young students and young professionals, started by God Himself to assist His church to finish the work. Mission cohort was formed in 2012 and formalized in January 2013. The group has thus been involved in missions which are aimed at planting churches in un-entered areas by the Adventist Message which is the main aim of the existence of the group.

Since its inception, the group has been successful in carrying out evangelistic campaigns in the Free State and Mpumalanga. In carrying out these evangelistic campaigns the group has been working with the concerned conferences and churches to make possible the church planting vision in areas that have not heard about the Adventist Message. In doing so the group has dedicated its time focusing on two specific areas in the Free State (Arlington and Edenville) to make sure that there are churches planted. The journey in the areas has not been easy, having challenges of Bible workers staying for longer on the sites and mother churches not being able to visit the converts as frequent as they should or desire. Furthermore, the group has had financial challenges to maintain the Bible Workers as it depends on donations and monthly contributions by members of the group. However the hand of God has been evident and has shown and still shows that the work engaged in indeed is driven by God Himself. The Lord has been faithful through His faithful servants that have heeded the call when the group requested assistance to maintain Bible workers on the mission field.

The mission group has stationed dedicated Bible Workers in those mission fields who are making sure that the converts are nurtured and also those that God has been foreign, to get to know about Him and know Him. The testimonies from the mission fields are amazing and show that the work done is not in vain. The initiative has given birth to consistent converts in Arlington and Edenville of which some have been baptized. As the group was reaching out to people through Bible Studies it also has been reaching out to children less advantaged in those areas through tutoring programs which made some of the young people in these communities to become part of the church because of realizing that the group is not only concerned about their spiritual lives but also their well-being overall.

Furthermore, the mission group has also embarked on various programs to revive the missionary spirit of which some have been through conferences, which have proved to have revived the missionary spirit as some of the young people that have attended the conferences were challenged to start mission groups and be missionaries in their sphere of influence.
Through all these initiatives to bring the gospel to the dying South Africa and reviving missionary spirit among young Adventist and churches the Lord has also been merciful to allow the group to be recognized by Southern African Union of the Seventh-day Adventist as Supporting Ministry and what this means to the group is that- the group will be able to work in the mission field where the group was not known and it will be simpler to get sup-port from different conferences in South Africa and in Africa. Further-more, it will be easy to team up/ work with conferences to finish the work in South Africa and in Africa.

by Lesego Maruping

Mission Cohort Executive Team
Malebane Molopi
Social Worker | Missionary | Mission Cohort Secretary
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Sizwe Majola
Scientist | Speaker | Mission Cohort Deputy Chairperson
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Sibonelo Madlopha
Engineer | Uncle | Mission Cohort Community Development Director
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Zukiswa Dhlamini
Risk Analyst | Speaker | Mission Cohort Treasurer
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Martin Matshidze
Accounting Student | Speaker | Mission Cohort Inreach Director
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Perseverance Khumalo
Scientist | Speaker | Entrepreneur | Mission Cohort Training and Resources Director
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Nqaba Mntungwa
Entrepreneur | Speaker | Visionary | Mission Cohort Sponsorship Director
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Avumile Mtimde
Architect Student | Poet | Mission Cohort PRO
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Lungi Sihlali
Economics Student | Speaker | Mission Cohort Communications Director
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Benny Makoloane
Law Student | Poet | Speaker | Mission Cohort Evangelism Director
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Simon Ngubeni
ARCHITECT | AUTHOR | SPEAKER | Mission Cohort Chairperson
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Conference

Mission Cohort is seeking to establish a platform for networking amongst mission groups and missionaries through conferences. It also seeks to emphasize the need of young people to be involved in mission work in their sphere of influence and environments.

We have attendees from all over Southern Africa, with the aim to revive a missionary spirit within them. We also help train and equip young people for service at the conference. Our seminars include: Effective Witnessing and Evangelism, Lifestyle, Doctrinal Literacy, Practical Godliness.

Please join us at the upcoming Mission Cohort 2018 conference.

  • THEME: Awuna that thing. One thing thou lackest.
  • DATE: 8th August to 12th August 2018 (Wednesday to Sunday)
  • VENUE: Living Waters (just outside Pretoria)
  • BANKING DETAILS: Bank: FNB (First National Bank)

Bank Account Number: 62631496008

Branch Code: 250645

Reference: Name+Awuna18

 

Donate

Word of Thanks

Thank you to those who have helped to reach un-entered areas through their willing donations and we look forward to seeing God work in organizing running Seventh-day Adventist congregations on these sites. As the project continues we still kindly solicit your donations, banking details below.

Mission Cohort Banking Details

Bank: FNB

ACC Holder: Mission Cohort Group

ACC Number: 62403249859

Branch Code: 251445

 

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Donate

Word of Thanks

Thank you to those who have helped to reach un-entered areas through their willing donations and we look forward to seeing God work in organizing running Seventh-day Adventist congregations on these sites. As the project continues we still kindly solicit your donations, banking details below.

Mission Cohort Banking Details

Bank: FNB

ACC Holder: Mission Cohort Group

ACC Number: 62403249859

Branch Code: 251445

 

Pledge Form