Dear Friends and Intercessors
We greet you in the precious Name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We have reached our half year mark and we confidently say, "Praise ye the Lord. O give thanks unto the Lord; for He is good: for His mercy endureth forever." Psalm.106:1.
We have received a total of 7 container shipments of Christian materials from both Edwin L. Hodges and Eagles Nest Ministries since January 2016. We, at Literature4Africa and Frontline Fellowship, would like to express our gratitude to the teams at Eagles Nest and Edwin L. Hodges for their continuous support by sending us Christian Materials and Bibles. With these materials, we are able to support the needs of many ministries which include chaplains, missions, schools, NGOs, NPOs and churches as well as Evangelists, Sunday School Teachers and Missionaries in South Africa.
South Africa’s first Mission Station has now become a mission field. Genadendal is located 140km up the N2 from Cape Town and is near the picturesque town of Greyton. The first Mission station in South Africa was started by the German Moravian Missionary George Schmidt, in 1738, amongst the Khoi people. This once flourishing mission station is now a forgotten village that is struggling with the challenges of drug abuse, alcoholism, immorality, AIDS and poverty. Some of the pastors and guardians of the children believe the situation in Genadendal is hopeless and that youth there are a lost generation. In response to this, Frontline Fellowship was invited to initiate a series of outreaches in Genadendal, believing that Jesus came to seek and save what is lost and that He promised that what is impossible with men is possible with God (Mark 10:27)!