The TTN name has always been know for ‘Outreach’ and has criss-crossed Southern Africa doing crusades and planting churches and training disciples.
These projects need resources, not only financial to get us where we need to go, but the equipment required along the way. This has been a 3 year process to rebuild equipment, so we can keep doing what we do best.
Over the past few months we have been increaseing our outreach program with the urban team and they finally have what they need to do the job.
It has been a joy to see hundreds saved in this past month and hundreds healed and set free. He is still the Great I AM – the same yesterday, today, and praise God, tomorrow. And while we can, we must preach the Gospel by every means we can.
Miesheck continues to reach out to the rural community and it is a great blessing to have a supply of glasses so he can continue to run eye-clinic outreaches, as well Jesus film crusades.
As a ministry we may change how we deliver the Gospel, be it through a hospital Chaplain, an eye clinic or an open air crusade, but the Gospel message never changes. There is salvation, healing and deliverance for all.
This month sees us embark on a 6 week church planting mission. Over these 6 weeks we will be planting 8 to 10 churches with the three rural church-planting schools that we are working with through our partners in Monze, Myooye and Siavonga. It will be great to have Jim and Ray along on the adventure.
Please pray for us, as this mission requires long periods away from home and we will be in areas where there are no churches so life can get interesting.
Thank you and God bless.