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Tag Archives: Africa
When the controversy erupted in the USA Episcopal Church about ordaining active homosexual priest Gene Robinson to Bishop, many churches left the denomination and
How informed are you on events and developments in Africa? How connected are you with issues on the African Continent? Up until the Lord led Dan and Julie van Heerden to Life Impact to begin our work in Africa, the … Continue reading
Let’s talk more about CARE for African Pastors and missionaries on that great continent, since Life Impact is now focusing staff, resources, and some attention there.
Here’s an illustration of what happens in Brenda Lange’s ministry, Orphans Unlimited, on a daily basis. She’s making a HUGE difference in a rural, poverty area of Africa. Life Impact’s ministry is to help keep workers like Brenda on the
While we are thinking of Brenda and African Challenges, let’s go a little further into field IMPACT. My point in emphasizing these events from her field is to highlight that — A little INVESTMENT in MISSIONARY CARE protects a H … Continue reading
In the last post I shared Brenda Lange’s story and how an Oasis visit made a HUGE difference in her ability to go back to the field and carry on her work. When I was getting her permission to put … Continue reading
We should never underestimate the power of ONE. How will God use the couple or single who visits our Oasis for some rest, processing, and retreat? How will God use one of their children in another time and another generation? … Continue reading
Dear Staff and Friends,** (www.LifeImpactMinistries.net) I’ve heard the reputation of the black mamba snake. Powerful. Aggressive. Fast. And when they want to attack you’re better off hiding quickly than trying to … Continue reading