Shack burnt to the ground in Diepsloot. Hope in the midst of adversity

After being set free from various ailments they accepted Christ.

The other day I started off the day with a Bible study for a couple of security officers (also residents) in Diepsloot. We then took to the streets to be beacons of light and hope in the midst of darkness. We went to a family's home (a tin shack) which was burnt to the ground.  The security officer made some arrangements with a local NGO for some physical help, and I was able to pray with many of them who were instantly set free from their various physical pains and afflictions. Read more »

Christmas miracles for those in need

Grandmother and grandchildren healed

I always like to remind our children that Christmas is not about ourselves -- it's about Jesus, His ultimate sacrifice in giving His own life -- and putting in to practice His admonition that "as the Father sent me, so I send you." (John 20:21) In other words, Christmas represents living a life which touches the lives of others with God's love -- and spending time loving the One who made it all possible. So, as a family, we went in to Diepsloot (as we regularly do). Our kids played with the children, people were set free from their ailments and diseases as we prayed for them, and some opened their heart to Jesus and experienced God for the first time. (One of these was a man who's partly responsible for security in one section of Diepsloot. Read more »