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We have lots of opportunities for people to help in many different areas of this ministry. At the moment we are looking for a coordinator for the centre of the handicapped and people to help with the children in the orphanage.

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  1. My name is Musa Ayuba a member of NEMA, we are an emergency response group we cater for the internally displaced people that have been sent out of there homes by war,terrorism,floods,etc.
    we are trying our best with what we have to make sure the people are well treated,feed and well nourished and God has been merciful with us but at this point we need help from the general public nothing is too small,we are short on stocks,and we need fund raisers to help us with what they can afford,thank you and God bless you.
    For more information you can contact us on: internallydispla cedpeople@gmail. com
    or on our social platform on facebook:

  2. Prayer Request:

    Please remember Eric McDonald-Pray for his salvation…Eric needs A Life Changing experience with Jesus Christ.
    Please pray for God’s healing love will heal and renew him spirit, soul, and body…
    Cry out to God for mercy and forgiveness!!!
    Thank You,

  3. Whilst growing up in Zimbabwe I had a best friend who was amazing at art – she left for Joburg when I was 9 – her name was Patricia Quirke – over the years I have wondered whatever happened to her . Her second cousin Alison Gillespie came to visit me this weekend – haven’t seen her since I was 12 and she told me about Trish whose married name is now Perkins – I would love to be in contact with her and wondered if you could send me her email address.
    Kind wishes

    Di Nicholson

  4. Praise the lord My Dearest Loving and Honorable Friend in Christ, Greetings I greet you in the wonderful name of Christ Jesus. First of all I praise God for this wonderful opportunity to share my ministry activities with you.

    We know these are the last days and Satan is doing his best to crush the children of God and to destroy the kingdom of God. At the same time Gods children are proceeding forward with a determination to bring down the walls of the enemy. I sincerely acknowledge ourselves as belonging to Gods children. We are straining every our nerve to spread the kingdom of God in India. I take the promise from Mathew7.7 and approach you for your kind consideration for our ministry. I may be knocking at your door at an odd time, but with the promise that it will be fulfilled. We are a team of youngsters with a great zeal and enthusiasm to extend the kingdom of god in India. We have no affiliation with any organization and we have no any kind of support from anywhere. The resources we have in our ministry are very limited and many times they are beyond the reach of our basic needs. Our aim is to visit every nook and corners of Indian villages and promote the Gospel to every perishing soul. We really hope to see a great deal of harvest in the coming days. In this regard we earnestly wish for your leadership and guidance.

    Our ministry is mainly based on Gospel work in rural, tribal and slum areas. We visit a number of villages in a month to proclaim the Gospel. India is a country of Idolatry and superstitions. Indians have 9million of Gods and Jesus Christ is considered to be a foreign god. So what we want to prove is that Jesus is the savior of the world. In this regard we need your encouragement in anyway. Christianity in India is considered to be the religion of lowest community. Christians have no honor in the society. They are not allowed to live together with the people of High community. They are considered to be untouchables. So they live in their huts at the outskirts of villages. They work as laborers in the fields for the landlords. They really depend on their potluck. It is because of their poverty and illiteracy. We are regular victims of nature calamities such as cyclones, floods and fire accidents, which take away every year a number of lives and make their children orphans. At such times we bring some of the orphans to us on look after them by collecting money from our local people. But many times the money collected in that way is beyond the reach of their basic needs.

    We need financial support for 15 poor pastors, at present we are looking after15 orphan children and we have 45 widows. When we found them they were in a very pathetic condition. They continually cried for their lost parents. Some midnight many of them got up and cried bitterly for their lost mother and father. It was beyond our level to console them they are gradually getting accustomed to our love and care. We have to provide them clothes and coverings. Feed them twice a day. Send them to school and buy their educational material and pay their medical bills. Now day’s prices have gone up so high that a common man cannot reach them. In such a condition we are not able to feed them and meet their needs properly. If we forsake them to their fate their precious lives will be ruined. In this regard we approach you for your kind charity and generosity to wipe out the continuous stream of tears on their tender cheeks and fill their little bellies with a little food. If you could kindly find a sponsor to support them every month we will be ever grateful to you. Please have compassion for them. In a very needy condition we look on to u for your kind involvement. As we have shared with the orphan children about this letter to you they have already started to pray that our Heavenly Father may bring you their way. Waiting for your loving mail God has given all of us the mandate to care for the widows and the orphans, so much so that God says in His word that “pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction.” James 1:27 “I needed clothes and you clothed me. I was sick and you looked after me Matthew 25:36.I kindly request you to Visit India and participate with us in the ministry.
    Thanking you, Obedient Servant of God, Pastor. N.Esther Rani

  5. Hi Kees and Sarah,
    I was backpacking in Africa in 1996 and came up to the mission at that time.
    I ran a backpackers in Durban SA called Tekweni and it was there I met the bursar for the mission, name escapes me, a British chap, shortish with short hair and glasses? possibly Rob or Tim ? He was in Durban awaiting the arrival of a unimog truck that was due to go the mission.
    We spent time talking and naturally he invited me to stay if my travels took me that way.
    They did.
    I came in from the south and made my way up country finally getting a lift into the mission grounds on the back of a truck full of coconuts, kids and guns.
    I stayed for some days, helping a young girl organise the books you had into a library type arrangement and also helping a young English chap with the setting up of a carpentry workshop area.
    An English nurse was also there at the time.
    The work, dedication, compassion and love of those at the mission has never left me.
    I will never forget an afternoon when having a few hours spare, I played with some of the kids, swinging them and spinning around like a helicopter rotor. One girl wouldn’t let go of me when I went to pay with a young boy. I knew why she didn’t let go, it’s called love. I wish I’d stayed longer and I wish I’d come back.
    You’re doing such a wonderful wonderful thing. Be very proud of yourselves.
    Kindest regards,

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