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Holy Life Family spreading the gospel through music

Created 19 years ago, the Holy Life Family strives to spread the good word of God through music. Founded by Reverend Abia Mophethe, originally from the East Rand, the gospel choir spreads messages of hope, love and peace.

The seven-member choir is known to be hosting numerous events across South Africa and they believe they have a responsibility to reach out to underprivilegedpeople. They have recently gone to Mozambique to assist people in need by supporting them financially.

The gospel group is known for reaching out to the needy and assisting communities that might seek financial help. They have had the privilege of travelling to Israel to perform in revivals and conferences. 

“For us, being part of this group is truly a blessing from the Lord. Holy Life Family is a group that started at church (Holy Life Ministries International), under the leadership of Reverend A. Mophethe. We are actually not just a group that sings, but we are actually all full time preachers of the Word. We travel throughout South Africa with Rev Mophethe preaching in tents and ministries, sharing the saving, undiluted gospel of Jesus Christ.  Wherever we go we correct, warn and open the eyes of our people from being deceived by false prophets and from being scammed by fake pastors” said Pastor Isaac Pule who is the member of the gospel group.

On 19th October the choir will be having a night of worship at Holy Life Ministries International and they will be travelling to Harrismith, Free State and Lusikisiki in the Easter Cape in November, to positively impact lives.

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