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Where only two were gathered

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DRESSED IN THEIR white parish colours and armed with their prayers, Mbonabi Thomas and Jackie Johnson answered the call to Meet Me At The Gates at Harrison College.

But instead of the hoped for 100 minimum worshippers, the two women were the only ones who turned up at the Roebuck Street entrance at the school.

That didn’t stop them though from exhorting God’s guidance for the leadership and students at the school.

The two women, who met for the first time yesterday, said they were not daunted by being there alone.

“You don’t need numbers,” said Thomas, whose two sons attend the school.

“It would be good [to have the numbers], but it was about prayer and we answered the call.”

Johnson, who lives close to the school, said she felt it was her duty to come out and pray because this was needed in Barbados today. (SP)

 

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