We are thankful that Steve and Sana are safe. Now we are praying that the insurance company will complete their part so Steve can look for another vehicle. Steve wrote:
“About two weeks ago, Sana and I were on our way to the freeway near our home and as I crossed the street, a company pick-up T-boned us smashing into the rear wheel, passenger’s side. Read More »
It happened last year.
New Years is the traditional time to take a look back and see where people have come from an evaluate how things have changed. 2016 in South Africa for the Mission has had many challenges and changes, too. In March, I suffered a stroke, which many feared would set the work back but through God’s Grace and many heartfelt prayers, I’ve been able to continue,perhaps not at the same pace or doing the same things. Read More »
Cape Bible Seminary
I met Bro Honore at a gathering hosted by Bro Roger Dickson. He approached me to teach CBS classes in the southern suburbs of Cape Town. He ministers to a small group of mixed people – Zimbabwean, Malawian, local and Congolese Christians. (English is the teaching medium.) They have responded so well to the classes that there is a regular Thursday night session. Bro Wallason was able to meet them, too, so there is a solid connection between the two groups. This is the literature following the CBS teaching kind of cooperation and the spirit of unity that is so badly needed.