7 December 2022 marks the 81st anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbour.
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More Powerful than Bombs and Torpedoes
Mitsuo Fuchida (1902-1976) is best known for leading the devastating air attack on Pearl Harbour, 7 December 1941. After the war, Fuchida became a Christian Evangelist, who conducted Evangelistic outreaches throughout Japan, the United States and Europe.To view the screen capture video of this presentation click hereTo view the screen capture video of this presentation click here
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Learning from the Conflict
As we mark six months of war in Ukraine, what are the lessons we can learn? First of all, Russia and Ukraine have the largest numbers of Christians in Europe. It is tragic that millions of Christians are pitted against one another and are suffering as a result of this conflict. Secondly, from missionary friends working in Ukraine and Russia, we know that much of the narrative in the mainstream media is shallow, superficial, lacking historic context, misleading and dishonest. From my travels and ministry throughout Eastern Europe with Rev Bill Bathman, I learned much of what Ukrainians suffered under communism, particularly under the brutal dictatorship of Josef Stalin.
"Give thanks to the Lord, call on His Name; make known among the nations what He has done...
Give thanks to the Lord for He is good; His love endures forever." 1 Chronicles 16:8,34
Sacrificial Support and Service
As Frontline Fellowship celebrates 40 years of God's grace and guidance, provision and protection, I want to recognise those who sacrificed for, served and stood by this mission. The prayer warriors, supporters, volunteers, co-workers, interns and missionaries who went above and beyond the call of duty, whose labour of love has edified and empowered God's people as we strive to seek first God's Kingdom and His righteousness, making disciples and teaching obedience to all things that the Lord has commanded. Those who had the stamina to remain steadfast and persevere against all odds will be rewarded by the Lord of the Harvest.
First Hand Eyewitness History
Frontline - Behind Enemy Lines for Christ is a first hand, eyewitness account of war and persecution during tumultuous events. From the Bush War in Rhodesia to the Border war in South West Africa and Angola, to the killing fields of Mozambique, capture, interrogation, imprisonment, smuggling behind the Iron Curtain, the Seven year Jericho Prayer March that led to the Fall of the Berlin Wall, the collapse of the Iron Curtain, Revolution in Romania, Missions to Albania, the most atheist country in Europe, the Holocaust in Rwanda, under artillery and rocket fire and aerial bombardment in Sudan, to the successful struggle for secession of South Sudan, Frontline - Behind Enemy Lines for Christ covers 40 incredible years of Frontline Fellowship missions throughout 38 countries and eight wars in Africa and Eastern Europe.
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The Great Collapse
Globalists have been planning to stage a Great Collapse as a prerequisite for The Great Reset.
A New Crisis and Pretext for the Great Reset
With rising resistance to the dragged out Pandemic panic propaganda, the military conflict in Ukraine is being presented by corporate media as unprovoked Russian aggression and justification for further internationalist intervention. “These are the things you shall do: Speak each man the truth to his neighbour; give judgment in your gates for truth, justice, and peace.” Zechariah 8:16
Responding to Provocations
However from the Russian perspective their military operation in Ukraine is actually a logical reaction to deliberate provocations by the Biden and Obama administrations.
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State of Emergency Declared
After a couple of years of encouraging moves towards freedom in Sudan, on Monday 25th October, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan announced the dissolution of the transitional government and a return to military rule under a “state of emergency.”
It was a joy and pleasure to be part of KragDag from 14th – 16th October 2021 in the Transvaal. This is an annual Expo held near Cullinan. I was invited to give a presentation on: Resisting the Tyranny of the New Normal and Reclaiming our Freedoms.
After this presentation I took part in a panel discussion and spent the next five hours in constant conversation with participants; answering questions, giving counsel and hearing inspiring and heart rendering testimonies from those whose lives have been affected.
Our Frontline Fellowship and Christian Liberty books displays and literature tables received much interest and support. It was tremendous meeting many old friends, including people whom I had last seen in the Army, on the border.
14 July is celebrated in France as Bastille Day. It commemorates the storming of the Bastille and the launch of The French Revolution.
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A Time of Turmoil
The French Revolution was one of the most influential events of modern history. The ten-year period from 1789 to 1799 when France went from a Monarchy to a Republic, to a Reign of Terror, to Dictatorship was one of the most tumultuous times in European history.
Myth and Reality
Much myth and romantic legend has been written on what some politicians would like the French Revolution to have been, but the reality was that the French Revolution was a monstrous horror. In the name of "liberty, equality, fraternity or death!" over 40,000 people lost their heads to the guillotine, 300,000 people were publically executed by firing squads, drownings and other methods of mass murder and ultimately many millions died in the 25 years of war and upheavals that resulted.
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The Most Destructive Rioting in South African History
Brazen looting and malicious destruction of property has devastated the South African economy. These riots since the 9th of July, which are still continuing in many areas, are being described as “the worst” and “most destructive” in the history of South Africa. 8 Factories, 11 warehouses, 200 shopping mall complexes, 161 liquor stores and 50 schools in KZN have been looted and torched.
The eThekwini municipality in KwaZulu/Natal calculates that the damage to infrastructure, property and equipment in their municipality alone exceeds 15 Billion Rand. They also noted that 150,000 jobs have been lost in their community and municipality alone. 40,000 businesses have been impacted, most of whom may never recover. Additionally 50,000 informal traders have lost their livelihoods and 1.5 million people have lost their potential to earn an income.
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The First President of Zambia has Died
Kenneth David Kaunda, the first president of Zambia, died 17 June 2021 aged 97. As he was Zambia’s first president, in office from 24 October 1964 to 2 November 1991, many are seeking to evaluate his legacy.
The Family of Kaunda
Kenneth Kaunda, or KK, as he was generally referred to, was born in Chinsali, Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia), 28 April 1924. His wife, Betty, who he married in 1946, died in 2012. They had eight children. Before entering politics, KK was a teacher. He was the youngest of eight children. His father was Reverend David Kaunda, a Church of Scotland missionary and teacher, who was born in Nyasaland (now Malawi).
A Humanist in Africa
KK wrote in his book A Humanist in Africa, that he could never agree with the Calvinist religion of his parents who believed in the depravity of man. KK asserted that he believed in the “goodness of man”.