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The Second Generation of African Enterprise

As the next generation at African Enterprise (AE), we are excited to be building upon a great legacy and foundation. Prior to AE, when Theuns and I were asked to pastor in Franschhoek, our elders – who were also the founders of the church – said to us that it takes about 2 years for a new pastor to orientate himself. In other words, they graciously said

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