To get to the first lady .... I had to use my GPS and found her at an amazing spot in Cape Town:
|I think I am the only one that can still get lost with a GPS on board. Luckily I had my|
talking GPS with me ... my wife. She brings sanity to a 'lost case' like me.
|Arrived at last .... and the view was spectacular.|
“The popular term ‘missional’ has meaning largely because of David’s work. David was not just a thinker, author and teacher; he was also an activist on the street, a courageous white South African who was deeply involved in the struggle against apartheid and for justice and reconciliation", so say Claude Nikondeha - director of the Amahoro Institute.
“But David didn’t work alone: at his side was his wife, Annemie Bosch, and she has continued their work since David’s death in 1992. In addition to being the beloved mother to their seven adult children and grandmother to twenty grandchildren, she continues to work and speak for justice and reconciliation in South Africa’s ongoing struggles.”
|Alta (my wife) with Annemie Bosch.|
|What a great privilege being a friend of a legend. And at Annemie's youthful|
age she has true fire in the bones.
|I still don't know who this gentleman is BUT this is to all the unnamed and quiet heroes out|
there who changes thousands of lives without them even knowing it (or care not to
think about it!!) VIVA
- In a village of 100 people: 13 Would be born-again Christians, 21 would be nominal Christians in word, 47 would be non-Christians and 19 of them have never heard of JESUS CHRIST.
- 1,5 Billion people of the 7 billion on our planet has never heard the Good News that Jesus has come to set us all FREE!
- Of the 40 000 churches in South Africa only 1 500 of them send out missionaries (transformational engineers);
- For every R1 a church collects most of them spend 98,2c inside the church.
|Past. Christo Walters teaching with passion in getting churches 'mission ready' for|