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Giving Thanks For 2016

WE THANK YOU GOD FOR ALL THESE THINGS…   Psalm 108:3f >  “I will give thanks to you, O LORD, among the peoples; I will sing praises to you among the nations. For your steadfast love is great above the heavens; your faithfulness reaches to the clouds.” For the visible spiritual, social and character growth in the children God has given to us at the House of Moses and House of Noah. The dream we had years ago is actually happening before our eyes like never before. They are becoming models to their peers and leaders in every way. Educationally advancing, morally advancing, growing in confidence and grace in every way. God is ...

THE DARK SIDE

It was an unusually dark night with only a few rouge stars penetrating the cloud cover, as we made our way quietly to Stanley’s hut on the outskirts of Singanga Village. Tammy was leading the charge to take our worship night to the village (often we enjoy this special night with just our House of Moses kids and our staff, dancing on our moon-lit island). This week, after prayerful listening, she decided on Stanley’s house. It was so dark outside his hut – only a small cooking fire behind the circle of worshipers illuminating the lighter skinned faces. We started out rather tentatively with “Shout to the Lord” and “There is Power in the ...

OVERNIGHT IN MBANGWETA

Definitions: “Overnight” = a technical term meaning an all night “Prayer Meeting”. “Prayer Meeting” = this does not mean that we only do prayer the whole time. No! It is a long meeting broken into many varied activities – testimony times, intercession times, singing as we dance in a circle, if there is a sound system there may be a recorded song played loudly while people come up and do crazy dances, some food and tea breaks, some brief sermons, perhaps a Jesus Film… An “overnight” is a great social time, especially for youth and young believers. “All Night” = the event may be advertised “ From 8pm until Halleluiah!...

Our Vision and Values

  Mission statement: To be a community that is the hands and feet of Jesus in the dark places of this world; through our vital connection with Jesus, extending His transforming love to the fatherless, the poor, and the lost.   In a word: Loving the Least and the Lost   Our vision: That every orphan be raised in God’s transforming love, to become tomorrow’s leader. That every village be filled with simple, self-reproducing, discipleship -oriented house churches. That every Western believer has an opportunity to be forever changed by involvement in God’s work among the poor.   Our values: 1.        Dependence on Jesus – we cannot ...