Thank you for carrying these burdens with us! Paul had a huddle with our oldest girls yesterday (9,10 and 11). They are asking many questions about their births now.
Archives for September 2015
A small token of deep gratitudeWe couldn’t do what we do without you, our supporters. This is just one small way we can say, “Thank you!”Now, you can enjoy the photography of Steve Evers on your computer everyday!Each month, we’ll feature one beautiful photo from Steve with a convenient calendar of that month for you […]
ITMI Director, Steve Evers is off to Africa again! Steve is joined by ITMI Board Member, Jon Dekkers and Steve Lee, a journalist who writes for ITMI Monthly. Here is a summary of what the guys will be up to on this trip.
ITMI’s Charl van Wyk recently gave an informal talk about the cultural differences between Africa and the West. Enlightening and lighthearted, this half-hour talk will help you understand ITMI’s stories better, give insight into ITMI partners’ lives, expand your global view. Enjoy!
The unassuming “Yes or No Bench” sits on Kelly and Cherise Smith’s peaceful 7 Rivers Farm in Zulu Natal, South Africa. But its occupants are likely anything but at peace. As they wait, their lives hang in the balance. They wait to…
Eugene’s passion for teaching children led to other children in the area joining their studies, until 50 children were being homeschooled out of Eugene’s tiny home!
Brooke took one last look at the curb, and saw the backs of two of the children who were hoping for a ride to Bible Club but couldn’t fit in her small van. They were already leaving.
Life marches on. We are all swept away by this journey that God has purposed for us. New things begin and old things fade away. We recently saw a couple precious new additions to the ITMI family.
ITMI’s Timothy Keller, veteran in ministry all over Africa, aptly pointed out, “How do you help those with the greatest need in a community where everyone has little to nothing? Helping the poor in the third world has to be done very carefully….”
Gerhard le Roux surveyed the down cast eyes of the trespassers and the police who had been called to the situation.
He realized the hopelessness of the situation.