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Hello friends
We have had a very busy and significant start to 2020 and would like to share some “GOOD NEWS” from our recent ministry travels between 12 Feb and 10 Mar.

On the 14th Feb we took part in a Valentines evening with Chris and Phindi Mathebula at Hope Restoration Ministries in JHB. We had an amazing time and about 1800 people attended. It was amazing to see all these couples re-committing their love for each other and re-dedicating their marriages to the Lord.

We also joined them for Sunday services at two different campuses in Midrand and Chloorkop. We are so blessed to see how God is using Chris and Phindi and Hope Restoration Ministries in this nation.

On Thursday 27th March we went to Polokwane to be with pastors Don & Brenda Makumbani of Covenant House Family church. We did a leaders seminar called “Cutting Edge Leadership” on Friday & all day Saturday 28th attended by about 90 leaders and pastors who came from as far away as Pretoria.

It was a delight to share with the precious people of this church on Sunday who serve the Lord with such passion and excellence. They will be introducing many of our courses in the coming months to reach out to the people and families of their community.

We then spent Sunday evening with Pastors Bryan and Dianne Varrie, who are senior pastors of Shekina House Church in Tzaneen, and have been running some of our courses for almost 15 years.

From Monday 2nd March to Thursday 5th we presented our Kingdom Lifestyle Leadership Seminar at Hillside Mission Farm near Tzaneen. Leaders came from various Churches in the area and also pastors from the rural communities around there.
Thank you to Chris and Alta Tromp who are part of the leadership on this beautiful mission farm for organizing this very fruitful leaders retreat.

We then returned to Johannesburg and on Saturday the 7th March joined Trevor and Marian Griffiths for a one-day seminar on Emotional Logic. On Saturday evening we met with Bill and Julia Taylor, who are leaders of Klopperpark Cornerstone Family Church, and Markus and Adele Herbert, senior pastors of Cornerstone NCMI Church in Bedfordview.

We then preached at Klopperpark on the Sunday and saw God touch and minister to many of the people.

Other exciting news is that Men of Honor has just been translated into Portuguese and Dutch. The Portuguese version will shortly be going into the prisons in Mozambique as soon as we can print some books. We need to raise about R10,000.00 for each print run so we can begin the distribution.

By God’s grace we returned just before the full outbreak of Corona Virus. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this trying time.

Please note we will be launching a very important initiative next week on how we as Family Transformation can support those people and families during this time of confinement in their homes. Please watch out for this.

We would just like to say thank you so much for your faithful prayer and support that enables us to continue to bring healing and restoration to peoples lives and families and to touch and inspire many leaders around the nations.