In 2006, feeling a clear calling by our Heavenly Father, a bunch of friends ventured out into the streets of Pretoria to feed homeless people sleeping in the inner city of Pretoria. Although feeling some anxiety, we were relieved to find the homeless welcoming us, but also saddened by the begging for more food. Almost a year went by before we made it out to the streets again, only to see and find exactly the same thing. However, God stirred a passion in our hearts for these people and pretty soon we had started a project called “Feed the Homeless”. A dream started developing to not only to feed these people, but to invest in their lives and help them beyond just that one night. Shortly after that, we established what is today known as Kingdom Culture. It is a non – profit company [NPC (2014/159950/08)] aimed at operating in Pretoria specifically. Under the Kingdom Culture banner, several other projects are run such as Feet on the Street (previously Feed the Homeless), OpenChurch and various annual projects. Since its inception, Kingdom Culture has seen many volunteers join us and be changed by what they saw and experienced.