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|Ephesians 3:20 (NLT) – “Now all glory to God, who is able, through His mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think.”
Dear Friends and Ministry Partners,
February 3, 2022 marks my one-year anniversary in Qonce (King Williams Town). I cannot believe it is one year already. God is good and His mercy is everlasting. All glory goes to the Lord for accomplishing infinitely more than I can ask or think.
You all have been so faithful in your support of the ministry of science and math at Teleios Christian School. I know that it is through the Lord working in your hearts to continue supporting the ministry, both spiritually and financially. Thank you for coming along side myself, each of the students at Teleios Christian School, and specifically the 18 students I am tutoring. The Lord is and will accomplish infinitely more that we can ask or think.
I know that we are all watching the news of the war in Ukraine. We are all praying for the citizens of the Ukraine. We are praying also for missionaries and foreign nationals (students) in the Ukraine. We are finding ways to help support this humanitarian crisis. We the body of Christ are not people without hope. Hebrews 6:19 says, “This hope is a strong and trustworthy anchor for our souls. It leads us through the curtain into God’s inner sanctuary.” I know the Lord will bring about His peace.
Amid all that is going on, I just wanted to share a few highlights along with pictures taken in the month of February 2022. As promised, I am also sharing pictures of items purchased for the science classes. Below is also a short thank you video.
On Valentine’s Day all the students at Teleios wore red and white. It is an annual custom for schools in Qonce. Also, on Valentine’s Day, one of the deacons of Bethany Emmanuel Baptist Church, Phumla Nazo, invited me out to have dinner with her family.
Bethany Emmanuel Baptist Church, under the leadership of Patricia Ihlenfeldt, opened a dialog on Gender Based Violence. Patricia is the chairperson of the Pastoral Support Team, Baptist Union of Southern Africa. The workshop had several speakers from the Eastern Cape. Patricia was one of the speakers as well. Women in ministry are shining a spotlight on such an important topic effecting women and their children.
Parents and students, with permission from parents, can speak to me via WhatsApp to get homework help or go over any topic they did not understand during their class or tutorial sessions. The teachers do not allow students to cross out anything in their notebooks once the parents have signed their homework pages.
Praise Report: (Thank You Lord!)
God bless and keep you all,
King Williams Town, Qonce, South Africa
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