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Gerhard le Roux and four of his kids took their sheep to pasture in the typical way, but what happened next was anything but typical.
One young man arrived on crutches from an injury he suffered in a crocodile attack. Thankfully, he wasn’t alone during the attack.In a vicious fight his friends clung to his upper body and arms while the croc clutched his foot before the friends finally won out. Medical staff managed to save his foot and toes.
“Why do the men sit on one side and the women on the other?”
Years ago, ITMI’s founder, Bill Bathman and his travel companion, Don Christiansen were in a Romanian church. This particular group of believers held long-standing traditions that had gotten them through the persecution of the Communism and the scarcity of the aftermath that followed.
But after the Iron Curtain came down, Don wondered why they sat the way they did. Was it to keep everyone from being distracted? Was it their sense of modesty and propriety?
Several years ago, Stone Hill was a forgotten squatters’ camp outside Durbanville, South Africa. But now…
This article was originally published in the March 2002 edition of ITMI Monthly. It was re-printed in the November 2016 edition as part of a “From the Archives” series commemorating ITMI’s 35th Anniversary. South Africa Some background: on July 25, 1993, twenty minutes after the Sunday evening service had begun at St. James Church in Cape Town, […]
Which country holds the historical record for the most zeros on a printed note? Hint: the title photo is a well-known feature on the border of this country. The answer is…
ITMI partner, Charl van Wyk, his friend and ministry partner, Cozmore, and the other believers ministering in Stone Hill, an impoverished squatters’ camp outside Cape Town, South Africa, arranged for 20 young boys from the settlement to go to a camp last summer. Their response to the camp was…
It’s exhilarating to see something great accomplished. Especially when that something is a big endeavor, the kind only God can pull off. The kind that truly makes the world a better place. And that’s what makes today’s news such cause for celebration.
Charl and Cozmore brave the roads in a small car to a tiny village in Zambia. Read their story!