South Africa is Burning!

A ministry colleague contacted me and asked: “If you were to have funds available, would it be a beneficial Gospel outreach tool for you, or your project leaders, to be able to purchase blankets and bless a few people who are in need?   “And how would you use the provision of a blanket for Kingdom building purposes?” …

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Criminals Coming to God!

“Fight the good fight of faith, lay hold on eternal life, to which you were also called and have confessed the good confession in the presence of many witnesses.” 1 Timothy 6:12 Pastor Vuyo was a gangster, who ended up in prison after a foiled cash-in-transit heist. He escaped prison, but was found, and then got sentenced to 5 years of jail …

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African Pastors Risk Everything For Jesus

It’s difficult to imagine what Christians across Southern and Central Africa have lived through over the past year. We’ve all grappled with the Covid challenges and the continuing economic fallout from repeated state-induced lockdowns. To add to the anxiety, violence of all sorts is rising. Africa has some of the most violent countries in the world, and Christians across the continent live under …

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National Day Of Prayer!

I love the prayers of Nehemiah, who was deeply concerned, both for God’s glory and the repentance of His faithful saints. I share Nehemiah’s words in praying for those who love Jesus Christ, in the United States of America, on this their National Day of Prayer! “Lord, the God of heaven, the great and awesome God, who keeps His covenant of love with those …

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Medical Ministry Saves Lives!

You may remember the urgent appeal we made through our e-newsletter on 2 December 2020 – my missionary friends, Grant and Lynne Schaefer, who serve the Lord in Northern Zambia, requested help.  They were praying for a miracle; their “daughter” Maggie had a desperate medical issue that needed immediate attention. Her condition was gynecological and not appropriate to discuss in a newsletter.  At …

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Fighting gender-based violence | Part 2

Violence against women and children remains a devastating global challenge.  New data from the WHO shows alarming statistics: “across their lifetime, 1 in 3 women, around 736 million, are subjected to physical or sexual violence by an intimate partner or sexual violence from a non-partner – a number that has remained largely unchanged over the past decade. “Intimate partner violence is by far the most prevalent form of …

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Fighting gender-based violence

April 2021 marks the officialinternational 20th commemoration of Sexual Assault Awareness month (but note this initiative has been around longer than 20 years.)  Individuals advocating for sexual assault prevention and against gender-based violence (GBV) have been around for as long there have been people trying to make this world a better place. Ending GBV and sexual assault is a world-wide effort and responsibility, so the …

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Pastors March To Parliament

Pastors Against Church Closures is a national movement gaining a lot of momentum, primarily among Charismatic and Pentecostal pastors, in South Africa. The movement is derived from pastors’ unified dissatisfaction with Covid-related lockdowns of churches. The unelected National Coronavirus Command Council in South Africa imposes restrictions upon congregations.  When restrictions were first imposed, the pastors—not unlike many citizens across the world—gave …

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