Please click here to view the South Africa Missions Report for May/June 2013.
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The floor is now filled and will be compacted on Monday. Then a layer of sand before the water proof is layed then the slab is poured. The building which is basically a large room will be tiles and the walls completed before plastering. Then is the inside walling, doors and ceiling. Then we can move in (Please Jesus). The build begins with prayer every day. Continue reading
There is a lot I could say about our trip to Uganda, but to get a picture of what went on there I will try and present the good, the bad and the ugly. Not that this is a criticism of Uganda or Ugandan people, it is however a picture that you will find in most East Africa or third world countries. A picture of tyrants, victims, heroic deeds, heroes and a system that seems impossible to break unless Jesus comes quickly. Continue reading
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Dear friends and family.
Its with thanksgiving I can bring you this latest report from South Africa. The month of January was really busy and although better prepared against the elements we did battle a bit with the recent rains. Nether the less we have much to report. Continue reading
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By Pastor Dave Royle
14Â Â Â Â Â But Peter, ï»¿1ï»¿taking his stand with ï»¿aï»¿the eleven, raised his voice and declared to them: âMen of Judea and all you who live in Jerusalem, let this be known to you and give heed to my words.
15Â Â Â Â Â âFor these men are not drunk, as you suppose, ï»¿aï»¿for it is only the ï»¿1ï»¿third hour of the day; Continue reading
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Greetings in Jesus.
The last two months have been busy with a lot of changes and a lot of traveling. My tour of Australia and New Zealand went well with me making a lot of New contacts. I have always loved Australia but the chance to go and meet people from a new land was exciting. I caught up with the NZ administrator Nigel for the first time. We had spoken over the phone and corresponded by email many times but to meet him face to face was wonderful and to see the hard work he puts in. Continue reading
When Jerusalem fell to the Greco-Syrian tyrant Antiochus Epiphanes it fell twice. The first time was a gradual assimilation into the Greek culture that was first introduced by Alexander the Great and whose precepts were inherited by his military successors throughout the remnant of that once great yet brief empire. The vision that Alexander had was to see the whole world transformed by a single language and culture; this in turn was the thrust of this madman cum megalomaniac whose political and military pressure turned the rulers of Jerusalemâs religious class upon themselves. The new Greek thought in the form of Hellenism was pitted against the traditions of Rabbinic Judaism and the new usurped the old with the result being the political and cultural domination of Greco-Syria. Continue reading
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