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State of the Ministry Newsletter

State of the Ministry Newsletter

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STATE OF THE MINISTRY
But I Do Not Account My Life Of Any Value Nor As Precious To Myself, If Only
 
I May Finish My Course And
 
The Ministry
 
That I Received From The LordJesus, To Testify To
 
The Gospel Of
 
The Grace Of God.
ACTS 20:24 (ESV) 
 
CRU@UKZN INTERNSHIP TEAM 2011
[From left-right] Mdu, Lauren, Erica(Edgewood), Alyssa (Westville), Kate,and Anele (Howard, I was also at Westville)
NEXT YEAR’S CCC TEAM (2012) At our closing function
Bafana, Slindile, Thandeka,Thandekile, and Anele
To support my Ministry
 Bank 
:
Absa
 Account Name
:
Campus Crusade for Christ
 Account Number 
:
1500231366
 Branch name & Code
:
Brooklyn 632005
 Reference
:
20141/ Contributors Surname &initials
 
 WARM GREETINGSI thought as the final update of the year I should write about the State of theCRU@UKZN ministry and how do we all fit into the bigger picture of what God hasdone, is doing and is yet to do at UKZN and other KZN campuses.But I want to begin by thanking you so much for your continued support. When David commissioned Solomon to build the house of the Lord, “the people rejoiced becausethey had offered so willingly and made their offering to the Lord with a whole heart...” Ithank God for your willingness and wholeheartedness in giving. As you may know, I’ve been Intern with Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC) doing campus Ministry for the past two years. When I joined to do internship we were only present at Westville Campus (UKZN). Through prayer and God’s provision of morelaborers from the US we were able to launch at Howard College Campus (2010). This year we began with another God’s provision of laborers from the State but this time with an addition of my friend Mdu, another South African Intern. As a team of 6 (4 American ladies and 2 SA guys) we were able to successfully launch a growing movement at Edgewood campus and had student leaders committed to see CRU at PMBcampus. We praised the Lord for all He has done on our campuses and mostly forraising up local laborers. It has been in my heart that God raising African Missionaries who will be a blessing to the nations. We’ve been receiving the gospel for a very long period of time and that’s a blessings and the working of the Lord for sure; but as Abraham was promised to be blessed 
so he can be a blessing 
(Genesis 12:1-3) I see African blessed enough to be able to bless other nations.On that note, we are able to share that on the first of October, four of our students fromthe UKZN Westville campus (Bafana, Thandeka, Thah, and Sli) committed to giving one year of their life in serving the Lord in our ministry, joining in the internshipprogram with CCC. Three ladies will be working one campus and Bafana has a heart forthe orphanage we’ve been partnering with (Ukukhanya). It is a big decision for them,especially since graduating from varsity in our African culture tends to mean yourfamily will now be looking to you for support. All of us are following God’s call inserving even though we know negative repercussions may come. However, these wonderful (quality students) are excited about their decision and even more excited toserve the Lord! It has been a real blessing to walk this journey with them as they hearthe voice of the Lord and follow. They are now putting their faith in Him as they beginthe journey of their next year. Pray for them as they start raising support and beginning their training.Before going further I will mention that I have also decided to join CCC full-time. Afterthese two years I have clearly felt the passion for students. I want to make my life count and I don’t want to do what everyone else can do. I know this will be an adventure, a fun one especially since I know I have God on my side and a team that is standing by holding the rope for me to help varsity students encounter and grow into a relationship with Christ. It is our goal that we help them in their walk with the Lord; build and maintain healthy relationships in life; find God’s agenda in their field of study; leavecamus with skills to benefit the world and hel them acuire and ursue a Vision for
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