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Recent News

Revival in En Hakkore

A week with Jesus changes you. None of the seventy who attended En Hakkore in March camp returned the same. The Lord healed James’s shoulder and Trevor’s ears. Faith’s arthritis left. He healed Meg’s stomach and Neil’s side of forty years of pain). He healed at least a dozen others. But that was just the beginning. Nestled among Otago’s ochre hills, just being there refreshes the soul. We were challenged to stay close to Jesus in increasingly difficult times. We prophesied over each other. We ministered healing and freedom. We made new friends. “We are not survivalists; we’re revivalists,” said Viv Anson. “Faith reveals the Kingdom,” said Linda Buttner. When Jesus sent the Spirit, he said, “I will not leave you as orphans.” Without Him, we’re orphans— with him, we’re family. “This is normal life,” said Brienne. Join us next year!

~ Click the photos to watch their testimony ~

March 2021

Nepal June 2021

Covid Pastor Ganga Khati, who led the large church on the terai where we held a recent school of healing, has died of Covid and gone to be with the Lord. We pray for his family and church, that the Lord encourages and strengthens them in their loss.

The New Normal, Shift Foot

“People are longing to get back to normal,” Scott said, then added, “Sorry, people—this is the new normal.” When we worked for CfaN, we learned to ‘shift foot’ rapidly, when promised permits didn’t arrive, gun-toting militia clumped onto our platform, or governments canceled campaigns without warning. Flexibility isn’t a fruit of the Spirit, but patience is. So trust God—he’s got this. Watch for unusual opportunities to share the gospel. People long for the reassurance and peace that only Jesus gives.

How to understand the Bible

Cleopas and his friend walked with Jesus for half a day, but didn’t recognize him. After all, he was dead, wasn't he? Jesus even explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself. Despite their hearts burning within them, they still didn’t understand. . .

Busy with books

Our emphasis is changing - more writing, less travel. In two recent events, Papakura Sustainability Market and Christian Booksellers Association Trade Show, we sold over 50 books.
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Recent news

Revival in En Hakkore

A week with Jesus changes you. None of the seventy who attended En Hakkore in March camp returned the same. The Lord healed James’s shoulder and Trevor’s ears. Faith’s arthritis left. He healed Meg’s stomach and Neil’s side of forty years of pain). He healed at least a dozen others. But that was just the beginning. Nestled among Otago’s ochre hills, just being there refreshes the soul. We were challenged to stay close to Jesus in increasingly difficult times. We prophesied over each other. We ministered healing and freedom. We made new friends. “We are not survivalists; we’re revivalists,” said Viv Anson. “Faith reveals the Kingdom,” said Linda Buttner. When Jesus sent the Spirit, he said, “I will not leave you as orphans.” Without Him, we’re orphans— with him, we’re family. “This is normal life,” said Brienne. Join us next year!

~ Click the photos to watch their testimony ~

Nepal June 2021

Covid Pastor Ganga Khati, who led the large church on the terai where we held a recent school of healing, has died of Covid and gone to be with the Lord. We pray for his family and church, that the Lord encourages and strengthens them in their loss.

Mar 2021

The New Normal, Shift Foot

“People are longing to get back to normal,” Scott said, then added, “Sorry, people—this is the new normal.” When we worked for CfaN, we learned to ‘shift foot’ rapidly, when promised permits didn’t arrive, gun-toting militia clumped onto our platform, or governments canceled campaigns without warning. Flexibility isn’t a fruit of the Spirit, but patience is. So trust God—he’s got this. Watch for unusual opportunities to share the gospel. People long for the reassurance and peace that only Jesus gives.

How to understand the Bible

Cleopas and his friend walked with Jesus for half a day, but didn’t recognize him. After all, he was dead, wasn't he? Jesus even explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself. Despite their hearts burning within them, they still didn’t understand. . .

Busy with books

Our emphasis is now more writing, less travel. In Papakura Sustainability Market and Christian Booksellers Association Trade Show, we sold over 50 books.