Posted by: sammerz | 14 February, 2008

V’s Day 2007

CNEC Partners International, a Christian-based organisation held a special screening of LUMO, a documentary of a woman going through unimaginable torment – one of many who have been violated in war-torn Congo.  To celebrate Valentine’s Day, Steph and I decided to be a blessing and support this cause.

After the movie we went to Georges Cafe in Camberwell.  There we happened to meet Daljit and Gurmit Gill, part of the pastoral team at CityLife Church.

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