Sharon Baptist Church

THE BUILDING PROJECT OF THE AUDITORIUM.

3.12. RESPECTIVE DONORS TO THIS BUILDING

3.12.1. ROCK OF SALVATION COMMUNITY CHURCH under Rev Tebogo & Daphney Mlaudzi.
3.12.2. Reverend Tebogo & Mrs. Maroga: Pastor of Christ the Way Ministries in Centurion.
3.12.3. Pastor Jackson & Mrs. Mamogobo Pastor of Grace Baptist Church
3.12.4. Rev Cornelius Mabula Tlhabologo Community Baptist Church Mafikeng.
3.12.5. Pastor Johnny & Mrs. Lesupi. Holy Church of Jesus Christ Ministries. Orkney.
3.12.6. Rev Dr. & Mrs. Mangwane of New Life in Christ Ministries Oukasie Brits.
3.12.7. The Evangelist Thomas Zwane from Atteridgeville poured his heart out of donation in monetary form for the completion of this massive structure.
3.12.8. The Baptist Convention of South Africa contributed immensely towards the electrification of the auditorium and we say to God be the glory with our Convention.
3.12.9. The Sharon Computer Centre contributed towards the completion of the building too.
3.12.10. Our sister churches of the Region contributed immensely to the completion of this building, hence we say that this building construction was not a work of certain people but many people were instrumental towards the completion of this building.
3.12.11. We have anonymous donors that we do not know even today who gave so much towards the building of this church.
3.12.12. Some requested to be anonymous and yet they heavily contributed towards the completion of this massive building. We are still receiving anonymous donations even today through the bank, closed envelopes with building money inside stipulated. Families gave with their dedicated hearts anonymously and individuals contributed anonymously and quietly.
3.12.13. The Rev & Mrs. M. Kau from Tlhabologo Community Baptist Church
3.12.14. Ndibo Demolishers in Centurion, they helped big time.
3.12.15. Mr. Piet Owner of the Engen Garage Phokwane.
3.12.16. Mr. Nick the Owner of Midas Motor Spare in Hartswater carried us like a Father with his transports/ Trailers.
3.12.17. Johnny Oor the Constructor really donated his workers and material towards the completion of this church.
3.12.18. John the Builder from Limpopo donated his skills as far as the roof and completion of the roof is concerned.
3.12.19. The Engineer Mpho Gift who unselfishly came into the picture when the storm destroyed our building. He brought to us the real cause of the damage and addressed the church about these causes and requested the church for a positive way forward in all humility, he really comforted the church at large with his great engineering skills.
3.12.20. Rev John Ndlhovu who visited the church and brought a very successful strong revival during the greatest attack from the evil through the demolishing of the steel structure. His coming for our revival was very divine and at the right time.
3.12.21. The Reverend and Dr. Yvonne Best Motaung and Rev Zachariah Motaung came at the right time in the midst of our building and never took a sent from the church for their ministering during our Pastor’s appreciation day. They donated all the honorarium back to the church as their share in the building.
3.12.22. Mr. Gert Terblanche our church books auditors donated all the money we were supposed to pay him for our books auditing as his part in church building.
3.12.23. Mr. Lazarus Sebogodi donated his time, his brains of advice towards the building as the building was in process. Left his job and attended the church building with all dedication.
3.12.24. Mr. Bradly Mothusi Modisaotsile, as his name explains, (Mothusi) Helper did almost all the welding work in this building with his own hands and machinery.
3.12.25. Evelyn Modisaotsile, a very brave woman who even went as far as collecting the roof material in Johannesburg amidst the company of Church deacons and elders, she being the only woman amongst men, donated her very rich brain in advices and led the owner of Ndibo Demolisher to the Lord. She also donated lot of food and fresh baked traditional bread [dombolo] for the workers during the day as the building was going forward.
3.12.26. Mr. Seatlholo the builder and member of the Sharon Baptist Church immensely donated his skills towards the completion of this huge auditorium.
3.12.27. Lot of materials in the form of roof tiles and floor wooden tiles were also donated by the Ndibo demolishers.
3.12.28. The first Vice President of the Baptist Convention of South Africa played immensely too in the building of this church through sharing his experience as they were also building one of the biggest Baptist Structure in Mamelodi and how they lost R400, 000.00 down the cracks as they were building, that helped me as a pastor to understand the attacks and challenges in building as we also became victims of losing some serious money amounting to over R30, 000.00. But when the First Vice President shared to me as a pastor how they lost R400, 000.00 I gave in and I was comforted since ours was a little bit change as compared to theirs in Mamelodi. We learn by mistakes and we learn the hardest way in most cases.
3.12.29. Mr. Kaars a great experienced builder who donated his skills and hands towards the completion of this massive building.
3.12.30. Mr. Simon Mogotsi, what a quiet yet hard working God fearing man who dedicated all his life to see the building completed.
3.12.31. The Sharon Baptist Family who endlessly through fasting and prayers spend endless years in prayer and giving immensely their monies, advices, moral support towards the completion of this building. If someone is left out, it was not purposely, but the Lord knows about your giving and your reward is big in heaven and here on earth.
3.13. THE MABULA’S DECORATION.
God is good to Israel and to those who put their trust in him. Psalm 73:1
1 A Psalm of Asaph. Truly God is good to Israel, even to such as are of a clean heart.
If God was not in our side we would have been swallowed by the streams of water. Psalm 124:2-8  


THE MABULA’S DECORATION”




Dr. Joseph Mangwane




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