A heart-warming smile played at his lips for a moment before his wide-set eyes dropped, focusing on the black and white checked tablecloth on the table in front of him. The smile stayed in place as he said, “The reason why I like to come here is …”
Hungry for More Than Food
Mary* has never met her father, and her mother is incarcerated for dealing drugs. …
Sewing and Sowing Seeds: Job Skills Training for 18 Unemployed in Stone Hill
The seeds you’ve planted have, by God’s grace, experienced explosive growth! …
What it’s Like to Attend VBS at Deepam Center in Bangalore, India
It was only 9:30 in the morning, but beads of sweat formed on the forehead of ITMI’s Taru Kumar. She sat on a plastic chair in a small tin-roofed room, flanked on each side by a standing fan. In front of her…
Two Stone Hill Women Met Jesus. What They’re Doing Now is Inspiring.
When Olga and Lwazikazi got saved, they would never have guessed what they’d voluntarily do to Lwazikazi’s home. It was a cold August evening in Stone Hill, South Africa. …
How Support Opens Doors in Poland
When Jim LaRose returned home after serving at a weeklong summer camp for youth, an email was waiting for him, and it meant big changes.
3 Haunting Stories You Can Help Change
Fear rose inside his chest as Bilal ducked under the door of his home – a mud hut where his family was squatting. At night, he still woke in a fearful sweat, remembering what happened the last time he and his brother had come home empty-handed.
How a Small Community of Migrant Farmers on the Orange River Got a Chess Club
The Community Police Forum (CPF) and police are meeting with the principal of the local school to discuss some issues regarding transport of the schoolchildren, but soon the meeting changed to a familiar tone I have heard so many times. “What are there for these children to do? They are idle! There are no activities to keep them busy! Nobody is making any extra effort to help these children! If I were in their shoes, I would also do the wrong things that they are doing!”
From Town Drunkard to Community Servant Leader (Podcast Episode)
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.
Stone Hill Early Childhood Development Center Opens!!!
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!