ITMI’s Charl van Wyk interviews Mabuti and Tanki, two young men from Stone Hill whose lives have been irreversibly impacted through the outreaches of Charl’s church. (The church also pastored by ITMI’s Mark Parris.) In Charl’s podcast, you’ll discover Mabuti and Tanki’s remarkable story that starts with Cozmore accidentally initiating the movement in Stone Hill.
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“If we don’t start now, we will have nothing in 30 years.” The statement came from a Polish theology student as he spoke with ITMI’s founder, Bill Bathman during one of his visits to Poland. The student was ITMI’s Piotr Zaremba. It was ironic that he chose 30 as the number of years to insert in that sentence.
As she hurried after a social worker and away from her father’s violent alcohol-induced abuse, Elena cast a furtive glance over her shoulder at the house as they left. It was the last place they’d seen their mother before she passed away just weeks earlier. Would her father follow and find them?
They stopped fighting. They prayed. And then, something exciting happened.
Six thousand people gathered in the Civic Auditorium in Grand Rapids, Michigan in September of 1947. Those six thousand witnessed the beginning of something huge as the 28-year-old evangelist took the stage. They saw…
After three long days of labor, Laizah was experiencing complications and still had not given birth. The doctor ordered a C-section procedure. “If you don’t have money, they usually use student doctors or nurses to do the operation,” her husband, Cozmore, explains.