Three two-man teams set out for a two week Creation Evangelism Outreach to the furthest southern border of our Chavuma sector, namely the area known as “Luzu.” Canoes filled with supplies, prayed up and enthusiastic these men set out.
Some of Johan’s thoughts on world peace, inspired by a quiet Sunday morning on the banks of the Zambezi River in Zambia.
ITMI’s Steve Evers has always been effervescent and outgoing. As many of you have experienced, he connects easily with people and has a way of making them feel valuable. Steve says, “Johan makes me look like a shy introvert!”
Hosting an overseas worker while they are here in the U.S. may not seem like a big contribution to God’s Kingdom. BUT IT IS! Here are just five of the many ways our partners have benefitted from their time in the States.
Our hosts couldn’t believe it. Their mouths hung wide open in astonishment.In all their time living near Amish country they’d never seen…
With joy in their hearts and the wind of the Holy Spirit in their “sails,” (oars!) two four man teams set out in canoes from remote Chavuma, Zambia. Their rations were packed. Their tents were secured.
My flesh wanted to retaliate, lift up my fists and beat the living daylights out of my accusers, sue them! Ridicule and crush them!! But Christ Jesus!! Instead, we…
We asked, “What do you wish ITMI supporters knew?” You’ll love Johan’s charming answer.
…nonetheless, Johan Leach and I set out to visit and dedicate the five new water wells just completed last month in the remotest of remote villages in far western Zambia.
We were in the Barotse Plains, where witchcraft and ancestral worship has been a part of the Lozi and Luvale peoples for millennia. On my recent mission to these people I came across a…