Our recent newsletter includes a timely message from Harvesters' CEO, Steven Loots, and an update on church planting in Brazil. Click to download. Download - Newsletter August 2021 South Africa & Intl.
India has been hit hard with a devastating new wave of Covid-19 cases. Reports claim there are around 25 million cases with the death toll now over a quarter of a million. But locals believe the reality is far worse. As the case numbers appear to drop, many explain that the true reason is because
This has been both a strange and interesting year. No one could have predicted that a global pandemic would hit and affect us all in such a severe way. The majority of the world’s countries experienced national lockdowns and are now facing economic crises. Third World countries are suffering the most. Despite all of this,
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life, and the world, as we know it. Millions of people are still currently in lockdown in their countries. Many pastors and churches in Third World countries have no access to food. Without the intervention of generous believers and donors they will surely starve. One such country is Ethiopia. “In
The Golden Triangle is a well-known region in Southeast Asia. The borders of northern Thailand, Laos and Myanmar meet here. It is known as one of the most strategic, and also darkest, areas in Asia. This region received its name because of all the corrupt money that is made there through, among other things human
There are many victims of COVID-19. As the pandemic spreads millions have been infected, hundreds of thousands have died, economies have been destroyed and most churches are not meeting. Lockdown restrictions and social distancing have affected billions and daily it seems as if the virus is getting closer to home. Missions organisations and missionaries have
Madagascar is one of the world’s poorest countries and the COVID-19 pandemic had a terrible effect on this nation. The unemployment rate is also extremely high here. The lockdown period has been extended in Madagascar and this has a very negative effect on people’s livelihood. Pastors were not able to have church services or meet