C UPIDO ’ S

“Thank You” Family Lucas

OCTOBER 2011

@ YWA M

Keziah
wanted
a
bicycle,
because
all
her
friends
on
the
base
 have
bicycles.
We
encouraged
her
to
pray
and
ask
Jesus
to
 provide
a
bike
for
her.
 Our
neighbours,
a
Brazillian
family,
felt
God
asking
them
to
 provide
Keziah
with
a
bike.
One
Sunday
evening
in
 September,
Keziah
found
a
beautiful
red
bike
(beautifully
 decorated)
in
front
of
our
door.
 Thank
You
Fabio,
Gylka,
Anna
and
Manuelle.
God
Bless
you
 richly
for
your
obedience
to
God.
Keziah
once
again
 experienced
that
Jesus
provides
for
her
wants
and
needs.

Keziah with her new bike

He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields it fruit in season and whose leaves does not wither. Whatever he does prospers. Psalms 1 vs 3

BREAKTHROUGH!!!
2011
has
been
a
tough
year
spiritually,
waiting
on
God
‐
on
what
to
do
next.
The
amazing
thing
was
 that
God
removed
us
from
working
in
areas
of
our
greatest
strengths.
We
had
to
learn
to
be
 dependent
on
God
completely.
At
times
we
felt
cut
off
from
God
as
well
as
other
believers,
feeling
 isolated
and
alone. We
asked
for
prayer
and
started
to
approach
people
to
be
part
of
our
support
team.
Small
 breakthroughs
started
to
happen.
The
“atmosphere”
around
us
became
lighter
and
we
began
to
see
 light
at
the
end
of
the
tunnel.
We
are
not
completely
where
we
want
to
be,
but
we
are
in
a
much
 “healthier”
position
spiritually,
emotionally
and
physically. Thank
you
to
all
of
you
who
are
praying
and
supporting
us.
Please
continue
to
do
so
as
we
 desperately
need
more
breakthroughs,
especially
for
next
year.
God
Bless.

KEZIAH WITH FAMILY LUCAS

Jerome & Anne Cupido C/o YWAM Worcester PO Box 926, Worcester, 6850 , South Africa
+27 73 345 4059 +27 79 923 7993 jerome.cupido@gmail.com annecup@gmail.com

ASHTON TEAM READY TO DANCE

Southern Hills Baptist Church News
There
was
a
break‐in
at
our
 church.
Some
of
the
musical
 instruments
and
equipment
were
 stolen.

Somehow
the
back
part
of
 the
church
caught
Rire
and
 extensive
damaged
occurred. The
thieves
were
eventually
caught
 and
the
musical
equipment
was
 recovered.
The
insurance
is
paying
 out,
and
the
church
is
currently
 being
rebuilt.
 In
the
meantime
church
services
 and
activities
continued
in
the
 Church
hall.
Many
of
the
members
 worked
together
to
clean
what
 they
could.

It
was
a
trying
time
for
 all,
but
some
sort
of
unity
 emerged. We
salute
Pastor
John
and
Sister
 Jean
Erasmus
for
keeping
their
 equilibrium
and
for
their
Godly
 wisdom
and
Holy
Spirit
led
 guidance.

ANNE
Yolanda
Rossouw,
a
friend
of
mine
 approached
me
to
do
some
dance
 training
with
their
Sunday
school
 and
youth.
We
settled
for
the
October
 holidays. Dance
Workshops
ran
from
4th
to
8th
 October
with
a
Celebration
Evening
 on
Saturday,
9th
October.
Overall
four
 workshops
a
day
was
run,
three
in
 Montagu
and
one
in
Ashton. The
response
from
the
children
and
 youth
were
overwhelming.
The
older
 ladies
were
so
encouraged
that
 eventually
we
had
an
adult
class
as
 well.
The
focus
of
the
dance
workshops
was
God
the
creator
of
movement
 and
dance.
Dancing,
as
a
form
of
expression,
brings
pleasure
to
God. The
Celebration
Evening
was
held
outside
on
the
patio,
an
ideal
place
to
 hold
outdoor
events.
Cheress
Lallo,
my
sister‐in‐law,
helped
the
Saturday
 with
the
opening/closing
processional
dance.
It
was
colourful
and
 exciting.
The
evening
celebrated
God,
and
the
focal
point
was
 worshipping
through
dance.
Jerome
encouraged
the
people
of
Montagu
 and
Ashton
with
a
Word
from
the
Lord.
Eddie
Lallo
presented
one
of
the
 songs
he
has
written,
and
wowed
the
crowd
with
his
unique
style.
 It
was
really
an
awesome
experience!
Sixteen
sessions
with
Rifty
kids
in
 four
days,
and
Saturday
the
whole
day,
I
loved
and
enjoyed
every
second
 of
it.


H EZE KIA H
When
asked
what
news
he
wanted
to
 share,
Hezekiah
had
only
one
request.
 “Please
ask
everybody
to
pray
for
an
 Xbox
360
Kinect
for
me.”
As
a
family
we
 have
to
pray
with
him
most
evenings
 (for
the
past
year),
as
this
is
his
dearest
 wish.
He’s
trying
to
save
but
it’s
slow
 process. As
parents
we
realise
that
we
have
to
 trust
God
to
provide,
as
this
gaming
 consul
is
far
beyond
what
we
can
 afford
to
give
our
children. It
is
also
a
test
of
faith
because
at
times
 Hezekiah
wonders
if
God
will
provide
 so
expensive
a
present
for
him.
We
 assure
him
that
God
is
no
respector
of
 persons,
and
will
answer
at
the
right
 time.

B IB LE S T UDY
We
had
an
opportunity
to
continue
 with
the
discipleship
seminar.
Due
to
 the
Rire
damaged
of
the
church,
the
 dates
changed
to
a
Monday
evening
 only. Jerome
taught
on:
“
How
to
study
 the
bible:
an
inductive
method.”
 The
book
of
Philemon
was
covered
 and
he
was
pleasantly
surprised
by
 the
hunger
of
the
believers
in
 wanting
to
know
more.
 The
heart
of
the
seminar
was
that
 the
Body
of
Christ
would
be
like
the
 Berean
Christians
in
Acts
17
that
 studied
the
Word
for
themselves.

 From
the
Q&A
session
it
was
clear
 the
goal
was
achieved.
 All
praise
be
to
God!

Celebrating 20 years with Louise May Ademolu
Louise
completed
20
years
in
Youth
With
A
Mission
(YWAM),
and
was
 awarded
a
trophy
by
YWAM
International
Frontier
Missions
at
their
 conference
in
Brazil
earlier
this
year.
Her
leaders
encouraged
her
to
 have
a
celebration
service
on
the
Worcester
base. Jerome
and
I
had
the
priviledge
to
organize
this
wonderful
event
with
 Louise.
It
was
held
on
24th
October
2011.
Louise
invited
all
her
ex‐ YWAM
friends,
and
her
supporters
of
the
past
20
years.
She
spent
8
 years
on
the
old
farm
base
(called
YWAM
Boland)
and
12
plus
years
 on
the
YWAM
Worcester
base.
It
was
her
dream
to
re‐unite
the
ex
–
 YWAMERS
with
the
existing
YWAMERS,
building
a
bridge
for
a
 brighter
future.
She
also
thanked
her
supporters
and
gave
God
all
the
 Glory
for
His
faithfulness. Louise
plans
to
travel
extensively
to
promote
and
activate
frontier
 missions
around
the
world,
and
to
mobilize
more
missionaries
in
this
 area.
A
collection
was
taken,
and
more
supporters
gained
for
her
 future
ministry
plans.
God
is
faithful
indeed.

P I CS

LOUISE
MAKING A SPEECH

Ywam Worcester News
This
is
the
fourth
and
Rinal
quarter
of
2011
and
God
has
blessed
our
 base
through
times
of
abundance
and
challenges. One
of
the
challenges
that
our
base
face
quarterly
is
the
provision
of
 accommodation
for
students
and
staff. Last
year
plans
were
drawn
up
and
submitted
to
provide
housing
for
 80
people.
Last
week
we
received
the
approved
plans.
The
base
is
 very
excited. The
Fundraising
for
the
building
project
is
starting
to
take
off.

 Please
check
the

blog
for
more
news
at
: http://blog.ywamworcester.com/

EX YWAMERS CELEBRATING W IT H LOUISE

HEZEKIAH
LOVES GOD’S CREATURES

MONTAGU/ASHTON
READY TO GO ON STAGE

Plans for the New Accommodation

Block

FATHER’S MANSION
THE BUILDING WE STAY IN. (VISIT US IN ROOM 15)

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