“The Silver Ring Thing message makes it easier for me to say “No” to sex before marriage because it’s not just me alone – its good peer pressure. It’s also helped me think through how to handle relationships and realize you don’t need to have sex to feel loved.” This was just one of many […]
Almost 700 excited teens packed Northcliff Union Church in Johannesburg on Friday the 24th of August 2012 for the Silver Ring Thing Show. There was much anticipation as the countdown began to the show that uses music, special effects, comedy and video to bring a powerful message of abstinence to young people. Praise the Lord […]
The boys attending the second soccer4children camp, not only receive soccer training from top-class professional coaches, but are also ‘coached in life’. From spiritual mentoring to leadership training and time management, to name a few. (more…)
Bernice and I attended the Silver Ring show in Soweto a couple of years ago where we made the commitment to stay pure until marriage. About three years later, we got married. It was so exciting on our wedding day when we exchanged our rings in front of the congregation, openly declaring that we had […]
The Project 434 DVD was shown in Polokwane by Andy Sapiro (Principal) in early June 2011 to the students of the Northern Academy. Over100 young people answered the call to commit to abstinence until marriage, with many more waiting for their rings to make their commitment.
“It is God’s will that you should be sanctified: that you should avoid sexual immorality,” (NIV)
With the soccer4children soccer clinic drawing to a close, days 9 and 10 seemed to melt into each other. To an outside observer, the children appear to have known each other for much longer than the ten days the clinic had been going.
We had our very first Silver Ring Thing at Hope in Jesus Ministries, Mulbarton, in May 2010. We had 45 students in attendance, ranging from 10 – 27 years of age. The material was taught over a period of 5 weeks, the first being an introductory evening of questions and answers. Thirty four students received […]