AFRICA SEMINAR, CONFERENCE, CRUSADE
and MINISTRY REPORT!
awakened at 3:15 AM after a late night, to catch an early morning flight on
South African Airlines, flying to the Capital of Namibia, Windhoek.
We were met by Brother
Dennison, a former student of Harley Fiddler while he was Dean of Christ
for the Nations and teaching there.
It was the first time for
ministry for us in the country of Namibia and we were able to share the
Gospel with many as a door opened to minister the Word via television.
The city of Windhoek seemed to
be the nicest and cleanest city we had been on the continent of Africa.
Windhoek is the attractive capital of the country and surrounded by mountains.
Like other towns in the country, it has several examples of German colonial
architecture. Population: 190,000 (1997 estimate).
in Namibia are from Zambia and other parts of Africa.
continues to open doors of opportunity and ministry.
invited to come to different parts of the continent of Africa to
(1 Cor 16:9 KJV) For a great door and effectual is opened unto me...
from churches that we ministered in were Pastor Goguh from Kano, Nigeria
and Pastor Fred Joseph from Eastern Cape, South Africa.
They were among the
workers that attended our seminar on ?Discipleship? in Windhoek.
God blessed through the
teaching of the Word. Many, I believe, entered into a new dimension with
We were busy with up
to 5 services per day.
We had a very strong Word of
prophecy over us that God was going to open new doors of opportunity and we
would meet people instrumental in bringing about wonderful new ministry.
When I heard this, I praised
the Lord and put it on a 'back burner.' However, a few hours later I found
myself talking on the telephone to Vice President Nevers Mumba of the country
of Zambia, Africa.
(He is a graduate of Christ for
the Nations International Bible College in Texas and a former student of
Harley Fiddler,) now the number two leader in Zambia, formerly known as
Northern Rhodesia. He invited us to a future 14 African Country Christian
Leader?s Summit in Lusaka, Zambia. He said they would look after our
transportation, food and hotel expenses once we got there.
The people stand and rejoice!
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