–by Gillian Fraser
Last week Friday, in a wonderful turn of events, the drought-stricken Cape Town experienced rain for the first time in months. Hillsong Pastor & Author Bobbie Houston shared the following on her Instagram page:
RAIN in CAPETOWN …. prayer does make a difference. So many praying. Be encouraged beautiful South Africa. You’re not out of the woods yet, but there is hope. “May the heavens continue to open. Rain on your parade. Fill the dams. Have you all singing in the rain and rejoicing that there is a GOD in heaven. Rain. Rain. Rain. Drought in the land and drought in the human soul is not God’s heart for the earth!!!. #middaybabymidday #keeppraying
This post can be seen here:
This post highlights that our drought has attracted global attention, and that prayers are going out around the world to bring rain to our nation.
Hillsong has a significant impact in South Africa, with campuses in Centurion, Century City, Gugulethu, Johannesburg, Mitchells Plain, Pretoria, Somerset West, Southern Suburbs, & Stellenbosch.
You can find out more about this movement here: hillsong.com