Please open and read this visually beautiful and information packed update from “the Polish Nuns” using Adobe Reader: The Polish Nuns, Issue 3, October 2011.
Human trafficking Human Trafficking ProtestOn Wednesday 21 September members of our ministry and I joined several anti-trafficking organizations in a public protest at the gates of Parliament to focus national attention on this growing crime in South Africa. Women and girls graphically portrayed the hideous sexual exploitation of the human slave trade by dressing in […]
Not long ago the Le Roux family took a big leap of faith and turned their lives upside down and move their family eight children and leave the comforts of Moreson Farm for the forsaken, undeveloped and poverty stricken area of Onseepkans in Northern Cape, South Africa. Far away from grocery stores or other services, […]
Floradena adjusted to her new home at ITMI’s Casa Dorca Orphanage in Prilipet, Romania more easily than some.It helped to have her two brothers there. The threesome had seen more fighting, and screaming between their now divorced parents than anyone wanted to think about. Despite her tumultuous and insecure early life, she had a peace about her that the other children needed and gravitated toward, so she made friends quickly.
I was involved in my parish activities, I sang and I played in various choirs and bands in my church. I went to church every JoannaSunday. It was me who encouraged my parents and my brothers to go to church but they didn’t want to. Even though we were a good family, we didn’t talk about God at home. My life was harmonious, people liked me, I always led many different groups. I had influence over many people. I controlled my life. Until one moment…
This article was originally published in the October 2011 edition of ITMI Monthly. John Jere shares about God’s work in Zambia with believers in the US. Earlier this year, ITMI’s John Jere had many opportunities to encourage believers with news of God’s work in Zambia and to be encouraged by many of you here in the […]
From the Director Dear Team, It was 117 degrees at 3:30pm, as a well dressed and excited group baked in the afternoon sun. We were outside. It’s Phoenix, Arizona on August 27th. Faces were red. The sweat meter was pegged. As we rehearsed the day before my daughter’s wedding, both families and the wedding party […]
This article originally appeared in the October 1, 2011 edition of ITMI Monthly. One frigid Polish winter during post Communist rule, I fell sick. I couldn’t get out of bed for two days, and didn’t make it to work. Even though I followed protocol for the situation, when I returned, my job had been […]
God often works in strange ways. Recently I’ve become reconnected with the area that gave me my start in Zambia over ten years ago (as well as my first and second bouts of malaria- good times). Back in 2000 I did a lot of discipleship and child evangelism training at Covenant College in Petauke. Since […]