Kwasizabantu Mission

Youth Conference July 2022

It is with great anticipation that we announce our Kwasizabantu Youth Conference from 1 – 7 July 2022. Everyone is welcome.
Theme: Enter in through the Narrow Gate

You can also tune in on Radio Khwezi or livestream on the website.
Services will be broadcast in isiZulu/English, German, French and Sesotho.

Service Times: 10h00, 15h00 & 19h00 every day. On Sunday morning the service will be at 11h00.

    About Us

    KwaSizabantu is a non-denominational Christian mission station that reaches out to people of all racial and cultural groups bringing a message of repentance and hope and providing spiritual guidance, educational support and counselling.

    Bible

    “Dear Christians, you will miss out if you don’t rest your faith on what God has said in His word.”

    Rev. Erlo Stegen

    CleanUp

    Clean-Up

    The youth of the mission came together for a clean-up in preparation of the Youth Conference in July.

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    Water Deliveries

    Assistance amidst floods and water shortages in KZN

    In mid-April, Durban and the surrounding areas experienced devastating floods. We were grateful to be able to help distressed families in affected communities.

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    Schools

    Visits to Schools

    Since February, over 200 schools have been visited by the youth and co-workers of the mission.

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    Easter Conference 2022

    Special Easter Services were held from 15 – 17 April 2022 at KwaSizabantu Mission. Many attended and were blessed.

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    Easter message

    Easter Message

    A message from Rev Stegen. “Go and tell the world that the Lord has risen! Tell them He lives! I wish you a blessed Easter.”

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    The Narrow Road

    The Narrow Road To Life Eternal

    A movie produced by the congregation of KwaSizabantu

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    When God Comes Down

    Revival began in a small Zulu congregation in the 1960s and has become a glorious work of God.

    Reverend Erlo Stegen tells how God ‘rent the heavens’ and poured out His spirit and how the work grew to become a mission station.

    When God Comes Down

    Revival began in a small Zulu congregation in the 1960s and has become a glorious work of God.

    Reverend Erlo Stegen tells how God ‘rent the heavens’ and poured out His spirit and how the work grew to become a mission station.

    kids live

    KwaSizabantu Lives

    Listen to sermons by Reverend Stegen

    Know the ways of God

    Played previous weeks:

    Using God's Name in vain
    Revival among the Zulus - No 3
    Revival among the Zulus - No 2
    Revival among the Zulus - No 1
    Is the Cross at work in you

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