It wasn’t your typical team of short-term missionaries. This team of young men…
Chantal Romashoe moved to Stone Hill in January. As an 11th grader, starting in the middle of the year, her obstacles to graduation were formidable. Would she graduate? Or would she join the 60% of South African students who do not finish school?
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.
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.
Many of you already know that being a part of what God is doing in Stone Hill, South Africa has been and continues to be an amazing experience. Here’s 5 big things He has done in South Africa, and now we’re adding one more!
It was 6am on a Saturday morning. ITMI’s Gerhard le Roux was engrossed in getting his tractor to bubble to life. The corner of his eye caught…
Your “inside” look at recent ministry in South Sudan and what’s ahead for ITMI next month, straight from Steve.
Charl reviews all that he and his partners have seen the Lord do this year (a pretty astounding list!), Cozmore has big news, Charl reveals what he and his co-workers in Zimbabwe are in “big trouble” for (its actually a good thing), and Charl shares some inspiration for avoiding discouragement.
After the birth of our grandchild, our daughters came to an astounding conclusion. Their conclusion was related to a blessing you were a part of!
Then God allows us to hear a comment from the community after visiting the sick: “These people really care about us.” Similarly, we want to say to all our ITMI partners…