Yonela pressed her fingertips into the corners of her eyes. She ran them across her dark eyebrows and shook her head in fatigue and frustration. From the front of the South African high school classroom, her algebra teacher was explaining a complicated concept in Afrikaans, Yonela’s third language. At home, Yonela speaks Xhosa and English. Yonela was desperately trying…
This might be a small thing, but it tickled me. I should have known better when ITMI’s Charl van Wyk asked me how many thumb drives we had. Charl doesn’t look at things like most people. He…
Piotr gets some unexpected news, Charl has an exciting announcement, Paul and Molly celebrate summer outreaches, K5N is sending a team to Bulgaria this month, and now’s the time to schedule a meet-up with Timothy Keller for this fall!
Usually during the week of funeral services there is very little mention to where the deceased now finds him or herself. Even those conducting the funeral services are usually unsure about what happens to the deceased after death. Sometimes at these services there will be terrible crying, especially when paying last respects to the deceased at the open coffin. Ouma’s funeral was completely different!
What led the neighbors of Mark Parris’ church in South Africa to refer to Durbanville Community Church as “the Pizza Church?”
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.
Mabuti is a teenager living in the subsistence world of Stone Hill, where survival is tough even for adults. He is also providing for his younger brother. The brothers were fast asleep in the wee hours of the morning on Sunday, February 14, when…
ITMI partner, Charl van Wyk explains the inspiring and dynamic ministry in Stone Hill, South Africa. Enjoy! You can partner with this group of believers and make a big impact in Stone Hill today! Thanks for your support!
Dec. 2011 Dear friends and family, Greetings from Cape Town… As we wind up another year, we thank God for his daily grace and for friends like you who pray for us and support our ministry. As we serve the church, our prayer is that we will be a community that extends grace to […]
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