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On road to bring hope, revival to communities

20 January 2014
Xolisa Phillip

TWO men on a walk of faith arrived in Port Elizabeth yesterday.

De Wet Swanepoel, 38, and Charles Probert, 64, have already covered 1000km in their quest to bring hope and revival to the communities they visit.

“This is a walk of obedience to God,” Swanepoel said. “We are answering God’s call to spread a positive message of revival.”

The call from God came in 2012, Swanepoel said, when he picked up a 4m-long, 30kg cross and walked the length and breadth of South Africa spreading the gospel.
 

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SPREADING THE MESSAGE: De Wet Swanepoel arrives in Port Elizabeth yesterday, not only bearing his cross but also bringing hope for a revival in the city. Picture: BRIAN WITBOOI
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