Since the Great Commission Course, Frontline Fellowship has been racing from one printing deadline and outreach to more conferences, seminars and services.
There was a good turnout for our Muslim Evangelism Workshop in Worcester this last weekend. Amongst the many participants were pastors, missionaries and teachers. One participant from Nigeria, stood up at the end and gave an impassioned plea for every Christian to get involved in winning our Muslim neighbours for Christ. Boxes of Gospel literature were taken by participants for distribution to Muslims in their areas.
On Friday, we had the privilege of hosting General Godfrey Miyanda at our mission headquarters in Cape Town. General Miyanda was the Minister of Education and Vice President of Zambia in the 1990’s. At one time he was also incarcerated in the same prison as I was – in the 1980’s. General Miyanda is one of the five presidential candidates in the upcoming elections in Zambia.
Yakubu dresses in traditional Muslim Hausa robes and hat, but, he is a dedicated Christian. Yakubu was converted to Christ in Jos in 1980. Since 1991, he has been a full-time Evangelist dedicated to winning Muslims to Christ. His ministry, Bazata, means “Unexpected.” He explains that their strategy of using drama, films and Gospel music in the traditional Hausa style, is unexpected, but the primary inspiration for their ministry name is that Jesus will come at a time that no one expects.
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