Rushing to the Hospital – Drama in our first week in South Africa!

One of the surprises we had when we came back was that our fri Eiffer Power Program – Cure Psychological Impotence end Nkosnats girlfriend had become pregnant, in fact, very pregnant she was due that week! So when we got our first chance to hang out and see Veliswa his girlfriend (now wife), we said […]

What is CPx?

A few weeks ago we posted a video to give an insight into All Nations the organisation we will be working with in South Africa. As part of working with All Nations we will be involved in a CPx from Feb-Jun 2011, which stands for Church Planting eXperience. We have just received the curriculum for […]

The Date is Set!

The Date is set! As many of you know, the last month has been a whirlwind of preparations, specifically the visa drama (read more), but also looking for shipping quotes, medical insurances, and support raising and so we are relieved to say we have FINALLY BOOKED OUR FLIGHTS! We will leave the UK on the […]

South Africa Visa Update – it came in the post!

…it came in the post, 5 days early! Much sooner, than the expected 7-10days we recieved a parcel yesterday, blurry eyed by our wonderful cornish hosts Mark and Bronwen Davy. As we saw the South Africa House stamp on the back of the envelope we knew it was the news we were waiting for, some […]

What is All Nations?

What is All Nations? Is a question we are being asked more and more often as we share our plans. As we haven’t yet joined all nations officially we are asking some of the same questions! We found this video and reposted it online as an introduction t cheap generic viagra o All Nations and […]

A Wide Gospel: Thoughts on Missions

A Wide Gospel: Missions as Justice for the Poor We recently flew out of South Africa with the faces of people we had met in our minds, and conversations ringing in our ears, and so I began to write a few fairly disconnected thoughts about what missions should look. now that we had truly had […]

We were interviewed on LFS Introduces

We were recently interviewed by a blog called LFS Introduces about the work we have been doing in Masiphuemelele. We haven’t done as well as we’d hoped on keeping you up to date, but we hope some of our answers might fill those blank spaces. Click here to read the original article which is reproduced […]

Human Trafficking – Justice Acts – Projects Community Transformations work with

“Lord I know you know the hopes of the helpless. Surely you will listen to their cries and comfort them. You will b buy cheap propecia online ring justice to the orphan And the oppressed, So people can no longer terrify them.” Psalm 10:17,18 An estimated 40,000 to 100,000 people will be trafficked into South […]