SADC Correspondent | Oct 30, 2018 | 0
2500 walkers walk for Bible distribution
The annual Walk for Bibles event of the Bible Society of Namibia over the previous weekend saw some 2500 believers nationwide come out in support of Bible distribution. The Windhoek Walk attracted 573 eager walkers.
As part of their awareness campaign for the National Walk for Bibles, the Bible Society ran a schools competition for both primary and secondary schools together with Smart Technologies and Proline, who sponsored the prizes. The competition enhanced the profile of both the Walk and the Bible Society’s very active work in Bible distribution.
The school with the most entries in the Windhoek Walk for Bibles, as well as the learner who got the most entries, won. Among the primary schools, Windhoek Afrikaans Privaatskool was the winner while Eagles Christian Academy won the high school category.
The primary school learners who submitted the most entries are Chloe Tripodi from Suiderhof Primary School in the first place with Kail Boois, also from Suiderhof Primary, as the runner-up.
The best high school learners are Daniel Taylor from Windhoek High School first, and runner up Shanique Hugemann, also from Windhoek High School.