Peter Jere, our only adopted son is suffering from a death threatening acute Malaria. On Sunday, the 16th October 2011, at 16.00 hrs, Peter came, crying that his head was paining and as usual, we prayed for him and he went to bed. That was very an usual for a strong boy like him. Later, […]
Archives for October 2011
ITMI partner, John Jere preaches the word of God both in the cities and in the rural areas. The apostolic work which is going on in Lukulu West is a great challenge to our team, reaching the unreached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. John Jere and his team have worked very hard in church […]
School Fees We thank the Lord for providing school fees & food for the Samaritan children. God has been gracious to the children and us. Some times I (John) have to work for people and organizations to get school fees for the Samaritan children. There are more needs for the children and these are presented […]
Click here to read the Fall 2011 Update
Please open and read this visually beautiful and information packed update from “the Polish Nuns” using Adobe Reader: The Polish Nuns, Issue 3, October 2011.
Human trafficking Human Trafficking ProtestOn Wednesday 21 September members of our ministry and I joined several anti-trafficking organizations in a public protest at the gates of Parliament to focus national attention on this growing crime in South Africa. Women and girls graphically portrayed the hideous sexual exploitation of the human slave trade by dressing in […]
Not long ago the Le Roux family took a big leap of faith and turned their lives upside down and move their family eight children and leave the comforts of Moreson Farm for the forsaken, undeveloped and poverty stricken area of Onseepkans in Northern Cape, South Africa. Far away from grocery stores or other services, […]
Floradena adjusted to her new home at ITMI’s Casa Dorca Orphanage in Prilipet, Romania more easily than some.It helped to have her two brothers there. The threesome had seen more fighting, and screaming between their now divorced parents than anyone wanted to think about. Despite her tumultuous and insecure early life, she had a peace about her that the other children needed and gravitated toward, so she made friends quickly.
I was involved in my parish activities, I sang and I played in various choirs and bands in my church. I went to church every JoannaSunday. It was me who encouraged my parents and my brothers to go to church but they didn’t want to. Even though we were a good family, we didn’t talk about God at home. My life was harmonious, people liked me, I always led many different groups. I had influence over many people. I controlled my life. Until one moment…