In spite of many challenges and some very real obstacles, we are enjoying a very successful race and covering much territory. WE ARE WINNING OUR RACE!
Hello from a flooded Mozambique where tens of thousands are homeless and have lost everything they ever had. In the midst of the tragedy here, we believe for a supernatural flood of Holy Ghost power and comfort for the people whose lives have been devastated.
Hello fellow Companions of our Amazingrace!
Glad this is not our load! They travelled from South Africa through Zimbabwe headed for Malawi through Mozambique. We found these wheels parked at the Zim/Moz border post. Hopefully they made it all the way through heavily flooded roads ahead. Continue reading
From a Rocky Mountain High… to Mozambique via Cape Town and Zimbabwe!
Colder than cold!
To Cape Town… love the sea, but this is not the warm Indian Ocean! Continue reading
When I was at school, many years ago, I found the subject of history totally boring. That all changed once I had left school and discovered I was living within the moment that history was being made. Suddenly past events became fascinating as I lined them with where we are now and how the now affects not only the immediate moment, but also affects the future… forever! Every day is a gift. Not only a gift to us, but a gift to others. What we give today can change a tomorrow. Continue reading
Live the journey, enjoy the ride……….. and capture it so you never lose it. Secure it so it lives and produces in you forever.
The secret of a journey is in immersing oneself into the culture of living souls. People, is what it is all about. Continue reading
Hello Friends… Make yourself comfortable and be ready for a very different kind of story.
The definition of a story: floor, level, landing, layer, or as in report, version, account, description, tale, narrative, legend, chronicle, article, fiction or truth, or, (God forbid), a lie, fib or untruth.
The story of Rhodesia and Zimbabwe can be told in a thousand different ways, with each story teller believing theirs is the right version. Continue reading
The last time you saw me on our amazing race I was packing my zebra suitcase for the USA. What an incredible time it was, and continues to be. Acceleration continues in every avenue. Acceleration of anointing, laughter, preaching and teaching, catching up with everyone… now I am teaching Leadership School at Inhaminga 3 to 4 hours a day with a whole lot going on in-between. And leaving for Zimbabwe in two day’s time. What a pace, what a race… Continue reading
…Rodney to Nacala and Ellie to America.
The Amazing Afrika wa Yesu Team carries on with ministry and distribution of supplies to people who fled the fighting, and children continue to come to school on campus. Continue reading
Included in the list of ‘Great Women of the World’, alongside Joan of Arc, Cleopatra, Nefertiti, Catherine the Great, Indira Gandhi and other powerfully influential women, Golda Meir is one of my personal favourites. When asked if she ever wanted to be Prime Minister of Israel, she said, “No, I would have preferred to live always in the kibbutz. But just like my milkman who never chose to be a commander of a machine gun unit, we had to do what was needed.” Continue reading