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!
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During my last time in Kraków, God also put another ministry on my heart: Word of Life church near the village of my family. Let’s just say that I have been praying since my salvation over 10 years ago that I may somehow partner in ministry with a church near the villages of my family. […]
Charl van Wyk and the church he is part of have become advocates for a settlement near their city called Klipweuhel. It means Stone Hill. It’s a tough place to be a teenager. In their culture, pre-marital sex is glorified. It verifies a woman is fertile and gives her worth. Senseless violence is part of life.
Cunan was stabbed to death. Why? Over a cigarette. A cigarette. Cunan’s life was worth less than the cost of one cigarette to someone. That someone was likely…
There is a popular song in East Africa that teaches the community that a witchdoctor and a liar deserve to be set on fire. This happened to Mr. Buyongwe (Buy-yong-wee) John, an 80-year-old man who was a well-known witchdoctor, who lived in the Cankozo District in the Republic of Burundi. The people of Cankozo were fed up with the witchcraft practices of Mr. Buyongwe. This led to poverty because many people paid all their money to him to solve their problems. One day the community decided to (punish) his witchcraft lies by setting him on fire.
“I don’t think he knows who we are,” Pastor Mlungisi Zuma told ITMI’s Kelly Smith. They were in a well-lit, non-private hospital room near Zulu Natal, South Africa. The two men were visiting a man they knew as Mr. Cele. “He is mumbling and saying a lot of things, but he is making no sense at all,” the pastor observed. Kelly and the new South African pastor of his church continued chatting with the delirious patient.
Most of us think we can handle our life alone, thank you very much. We don’t need nothing from nobody. I was like that, too. I thought I had it all figured out.
He was one of several bystanders who hovered near the courtyard gate of an old church building. Across the street behind him, “Welcome to Gangland” sarcastically welcomed all to the area where no one really wants to go. He wanted to go in, but remained outside, uncertain whether he should enter – or could enter.
ITMI Monthly sat down with Richard Nungesser in hopes of giving our readers a glimpse into the every day lives of his family and what it takes to build the thriving ministry that is equipping and sending missionaries throughout the world. Hearing from Richard is always inspiring, so…ENJOY!