Une nouvelle année, pleine de potentiel, nous attend !
Another year, full of potential, stands before us!
J’ai récemment visité une nouvelle église. Nous avons roulé sur l’autoroute tout le long, et il a fallu encore près de 1,5 heure pour y arriver. J’y suis allée exprès un peu plus tôt, parce que j’avais l’intention de rencontrer de nouvelles personnes, et de me mélanger un peu avant le service religieux. Le foyer… Continue reading une église vivante
I recently visited a new church. We drove on the highway all the way, and it still took nearly 1.5 hours to get there. I purposefully went a little earlier, because I intended on meeting new people, and mix around a little before the church service started. The foyer was set up with a photo… Continue reading a church that’s alive
On Christmas Eve, we'd gather in the living room with its flower wallpaper, and a paper chain garland that the grandchildren were tasked to colour and hang up, and in the corner: a cardboard star, covered in tinfoil kept a watchful eye over the Nativity Scene that was re-enacted below. We'd light our candles and sing Silent Night. I'd look up at that cardboard star, thinking of the wise men who travelled so far out of their way, across foreign nations to honour a King they did not yet know, and be filled with wonder: BEHOLD HIM, our Hope Eternal
“We make a mistake when we regard children after the flesh and not after the Spirit. Children have just as much spiritual capacity as adults.”
In 2011, I was living and working in Babylon, Namibia -- an informal settlement outside the capital city, of Windhoek. We were on our way out to do ministry in a new area and were waiting to meet pastor Ephraim, our local contact, on the corner of the Shoprite centre. We didn't know this at the time, but that corner was an informal taxi rank of sorts, and people came from all over to catch a minibus to take their commute to or from work in the city. We were driving a 12-seater Sprinter bus at the time and blended in with the many other taxis. While we were waiting, a group of three people came up to the window and asked for a ride, "Are you going to Eros?" they asked. And Jurgens, who was on my team, promptly replied, "No, we're going to heaven! Are you coming with us?" The invitation to COME WITH US, not only pertains to the invitation of living in relationship with Christ Jesus, but it is a two-fold invitation for believers to JOIN in the WORK OF THE KINGDOM. This invitation is probably the most exciting and most daunting part of being a believer in Christ, walking in a relationship with the Father, and joining in the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, yet, it is crucial to make heaven manifest on earth.
Chers amis ! Famille ! Royaume Partenaires! 2021 a commencé en beauté ! Je suis tellement submergé par votre générosité et votre amour ! Je suis extrêmement fier de faire partie de cette merveilleuse équipe — Overland Missions — pendant cette saison et cette année ! En une année où une grande partie du monde s’est arrêtée, l’Évangile… Continue reading en Lui, nous avons l’espérance de la gloire
mahala > As you go, proclaim this message: ‘The kingdom of heaven has come near.’ Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.” This is the Message of Hope we carry to places where there are no roads — to bring GOOD NEWS to outlying communities. What a privilege it is to see lives transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit! #runwildlivefree
Chers amis, famille, partenaires du royaume de Dieu, In writing this update, I feel a little like Paul addressing the Corinthians. I’ve been praying for each of you (I’m keeping a journal with your prayer requests) and I’m trusting that the truth of the Word may be manifest in you, and through you. In Him… Continue reading Mwadingusha
When the Kingdom of God moves forward, it’s often accompanied by resistance in the natural. We are moving forward with a mandate to declare Good News to the poor, and to set captives free. #runwildlivefree
There are so many things I could say to describe this past week of fellowship at Overland Missions' R14 base, but I'll stick to this: He keeps His covenant to a thousand generations - Deuteronomy 7:9 Life is better in team, and my team is pretty fantastic But because the Lord loves you and because… Continue reading we are trees
Ons was op Ekspedisie in Simwatachela Chiefdom in Zambië. Ekspedisies is Evangelie-uitreike van twee weke lank, waar ons met die DAF-vragmotor in die bos kamp met basiese toerusting. Ons het ongeveer 7 ure lank gery om in Mafuta village uit te kom waar ons net buite die dorpie gekamp het. Ons was hier om met die… Continue reading vyf brode en twee visse
COVID-19 put the world into unknown territory. As something new happened in the world, something new was happening in Mozambique. Four students traveled to Mozambique, unaware that a historic world lockdown would soon occur. Planes, busses, and 4x4s carried them over sea and dusty, sandy roads to reach our base in Inhambane, Mozambique. These students arrived just weeks before worldwide lockdowns forced border closures and flight cancelations. They were there to experience a move of God and connect with Him in a new way as participants in the first ever Advanced Mission Training outside of Zambia. Little did they know how different it would be! Read what happened next!
Friends! Family! Kingdom partners! 🇨🇩 I thought I’d give you a quick non-comprehensive overview of life and prayer requests: - I’m currently in the United States 🇺🇸, FL, where I attended Overland Missions’ ONE TRIBE conference. It was a wonderful time of drawing together with missionaries from all over the world to hear from different speakers (most… Continue reading a non-comprehensive mid-January update