Unity

It is cold and rainy. Someone's singing in the background, while the street is going crazy with hooters and sirens.

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Jordan

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"Oh Lord, let's sit on the highest mountain."

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Turn my ashes into beauty

15 Maart 2017Adventure bound

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# I am not an emotional eater

It's like that Father to daughter, daughter to Father conversation that goes something like "Dad my life is falling apart!" "No it's not here is some cake" kind of thing.

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Ready for an adventure

14 Maart 2017

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Showing me the Future

“Jesus reveal Yourself to me? I’m asking You to please show me Who You are.”ALRIGHT MY SON, JUST BECAUSE YOU ASKED AND HAD FAITH IN ME I WILL. VISION, VISION, VISION.

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Jesus is an artist...

Sitting here, staring at a screen and trying to think of words that I can use to fill this blank space. Trying to find the words to describe what Jesus has done in my heart and all the things I have experienced during Training 2017. As I think back, I am absolutley speechless and all I can do at this moment is praise God because he is truly amazing!!! I wrote a poem (more like a descriptive paragraph) in training, I think it is a good way to kick start this new thing, called blogging and to share some of the many things God has revealed to me in these past 2 months. Enjoy.

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Jason Cordier
I LOVE IT!!! HALLELUJAH AND AMEN!!!
Monday, 13 March 2017 09:15
Lelani van Zyl
Beaautiful lady. Beautiful words.
Monday, 13 March 2017 09:51
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Feet in the air

It's truly happening.So many things, people and circumstances have conspired together to have me not on this journey. To name but a few obstacles; a lack of finances, an old flame and most notably my dark past. I was lack lustre to believe that this journey would come to be a reality for me. I initially withheld from engaging with my teammates fully.Why build friendships and relationships if it won't bear fruits?Why build up any plans or expectations if chances are they would just come to naught? Why risk getting hurt if you have nothing to gain?Just one of the 'lessons' that many of us are taught early in life. A dogma that the world had been pushing down my throat for far too long.No more! Aboard the plane on our way to China.As far as I can tell, all my friends and fellow travelers are asleep. Yet I'm bubbling with joy. This is real! This journey is happening! Still such a strange experience to trust God with my whole being, I'm still growing in trust and honestly I could hardly believe it even while we were boarding, I don't know if I was expecting ninjas, the army or a natural disaster. I couldn't believe that I'm worthy, "Oh woe is he of little faith."God makes the impossible possible and it's wonderfully possible to trust in Him. I'm sure my trust levels will get there eventually. I was waiting for my feet to touch the ground in China, let me just say I've got some really bad trust issues. But wait, an apifiny; This journey is my miracle. Suddenly bawling my eyes out, while no one will notice of course, I have come to realise;It's alright to trust.Trusting in the Lord, I have nothing to lose and everything to gain.Thank You Lord, I stand as witness and testimony, it's OK to trust.#
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Nikkie braaa, that authenticity amazed me so much, you are such a piece of high quality GOLD in God's treasury. Come on man, He'll... Read More
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So it begins...


So here it is. Our first official team Westbound blog. After sending some as forerunners, our whole team finally arrived safely in Turkey. 

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Best place to be.

Would you believe me if I said that as I was standing there looking over the Transkei, I believe that God was skipping through the mountains and the wind. The 9'th of February we got into busses heading for the Transkei. We lived at a little place called Canzibe, It was an experience I'll never forget . The people don't have much in the Transkei, but the view they have makes them rich .We spent time doing a lot of children's ministry , painting , door to door ministry, hospital visits and being part of a xhosa church.It is amazing to see how different we are from each other, but in our own unique ways we celebrate the same living God. God is changing the team's whole mindset on what love actually is and how to portray it to other people . In small acts we can show it, like playing soccer with the village kids and leaving them with prayer, learning Siyakudumisa( we praise you) and singing it in the choir of the xhosa church. The smile on the people's faces as they closed their eyes praising the same God I'm singing for was definitely one of my favourite moments so far. We then travelled from Canzibe to Jeffreys on a Luke 10 journey . God really blessed us with a lot of people who picked us up along the way and everyone we spoke to was eager to ask questions about Jesus and it was amazing to get a chance to minister. I think for them it was so important to be reminded by the fact that Jesus is always with them and He has never left them and never will. I was shocked by the fact that we were always blessed by the people that had almost nothing. This journey of faith really opened my eyes to what it really  means to have nothing and trust God for everything, to literally sit at God's feet and wait for the next step.And for me I think it's the best place to be .# 
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