Church On The Hill (COTH) International’s Men of Honour and Integrity (MOHAI) Ministry annually presents a convention where men gather to, besides spiritual upliftment, discuss issues such as leadership, business, finances, health and relationships.
The MOHAI Ministry strives to teach men to be honourable and also to uphold the value of integrity. Marketing and Communications convener of the conference, Malesela Maubane said this year’s convention will be held at 2 Dalmada, Polokwane from 21 to 22 September under the theme ‘Preserving the integrity of your name’ with the Polokwane branch as host.
The branch, under leadership of Senior Pastors Vusi and Molatelo Mashabane, is one of 16 COTH International branches across South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. COTH International was started 32 years ago in Kanyamazane, Mpumalanga and is led by Apostles Mxolisi (MVG) and Ofentse Lephoko. Mxolisi Lephoko is also the founder of MVG Lephoko Ministries, a platform he utilises to further impact the lives of people even outside the church, consistent with the church’s slogan, ‘Brightening Your World’.
“Let us take the COTH culture of excellence, integrity, people-centeredness, speed and innovation to our families and businesses, but more than anything let us take this to the world,” Apostle MVG Lephoko was quoted to have said. Maubane indicated that some of the speakers expected at the convention include Lephoko, John Tibane, Solomon Mathebula, Jan Mkhwanazi and Pastor Vusi Mashabane.
Besides the word of God, speeches, presentations and devotion through songs by Nsika Nzimande and William Sejake, there will also be a potpourri of sporting activities such as an aerobics marathon presented by Bar-One Gym Squad and Body Balance Gym, with some soccer action in the mix, he stressed.
Individuals from all sectors of society are free to attend the convention as it is not only a religious gathering but an assembly of men who are looking to make a difference in the world. Contact Maubane on 082 564 1230 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Story: ENDY SENYATSI