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As part of the 7 Rivers ministry team, Nobuhle shares Jesus through visits to the elderly, an after-school youth soccer ministry and spends time with teenagers that come to 7 Rivers to make beaded necklaces to sell.
Kent’s extensive project management experience and organizational skills are utilized to keep our office staff running efficiently so our partners can be enabled and equipped with as much information and as many resources as possible.
ITMI’s Mark and Cindi Parris and Durbanville Community Church have identified breaking the negative cycle of poor education as a key opportunity to effect significant change in underdeveloped communities in the Western Cape, South Africa. Starting in Stone Hill, this initiative would set up a tutoring center where South African youth from two impoverished settlements can access an entire curriculum for grades 1-12, individualized for them delivered via videos on tablets. In other communities where this system has been used, the students’ grades have improved dramatically, allowing them to pass their respective year levels and eventually be able to study after school.
David and Taru Kumar minister in a Muslim slum in Bangalore, India. They declare and demonstrate the gospel and God’s love and value for its people through children’s programs, enabling women to sew and provide for their families and equipping village pastors to share Christ with their Muslim neighbors.
Lazarus Yezinai gives SALT trainings in South Sudan and is one of four leaders of Revival and Fire Ministry, Juba, a counter-cultural church where the leadership avoid titles and power.
Providing clean, safe water for the marginalized residents of slums in India. The access to water near their homes shows them they are valued, as well as builds trust and paves the way for future outreach, evangelism and discipleship by ITMI’s Paul and Molly and their co-workers.
Village life can be deeply impacted with the provision of clean, safe water that is accessible nearby. By funding the digging of a well you can provide life-giving water for an entire village, open the door for the gospel to be welcomed with open arms in a village, save lives by reducing the spread of disease through unsanitary water, make way for doctors, teachers and people providing services to come to the village, reduce the risk of women and children being mauled by crocodiles.
So many were touched through Bill’s love and service for Jesus. He was a man of passion, faith and action. His impact will be felt around the world for generations to come. He was an incredible man who lived an extraordinary life. This fund honors and celebrates the man whose repeated death to self meant life for many.
Johan and Lesley equip teams to cross the Zambezi River into the isolated and remote area between the river and the Angola border and share the gospel in the villages.