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Starting conversation for action at SACLI

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"How do we as Christian leaders walk together to bring a prophetic voice of prophetic action to the nation?" Miles Giljam, AESA Team Leader.

The South African Christian Leadership Initiative was held in Edenvale, Johannesburg on January 22 to 24th to address the above question. In essence, the conference set out to create a platform for conversation between leaders who are concerned about the current and future state of South Africa. In attendance were 140 delegates within leadership from the fields of politics, business and the church. AE, The Evangelic Alliance of South Africa, Kairos South Africa, The South African Council of Churches and the Christian Leaders Forum were among the organizations that had a hand in making the Indaba possible. Four main objectives had been ear-marked as the bases of conversation said AESA CEO, Miles Giljam, these included: hearing the Lord speak, mapping out a clear vision for the nation, designing a process that will produce a way forward and addressing the issues of leadership and unity both within Christian bodies and the country as a whole. He added that he was pleased with the outcomes, as a clear path has now been carved for a journey that leads to the fulfillment of a unified goal. A vision for 18months, 5 years and 30 years had also been discussed and plans are underway for a second meeting to be held at the end of February to solidify some of the discussions from the Initiative.

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