Fungile Langbooi Report: July 2015

Dear friends

Greetings in the most precious name of my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. This is a report for the month of June 2015. The report is for the work done in Despatch where I have started a new Church plant in the suburb of Despatch and the three townships of Despatch which are as follows: Khayamnandi Daleview and Resovoirhill. The Baptist Union Southertn Africa has advised me to continue with the Church plant in Despatch and leave the work in Joe Slovo in the care of the EPBA.

Four ladies have commited their lives to the Lord during the prayer meetings of the women. Our Sunday morning services are held in our house 13 Totius street Despatch and the ladies prayer meetings are held in Mrs Mabangula’s home in Khayamnandi township. The prayer meeting which is led by my wife Patricia Langbooi on Thursdays is quiet well attended with ladies from other denominations. The attendance in our services on Sunday morning services is +- 12 people per Sunday.

Prayer items:
A place to worship
Support for our crusade which will be in August
Our health as we start in a new area.

Yours in Christ service.
Fungile Langbooi(Pastor/ Teacher)

Mpendulo Fuma Report: August 2015

Thanks Giving
We give glory to the Lord and thanking all the supporters of the work of the Lord. Blessed are those who bless others.

I thank the Lord for my marriage HE has been faithful to us. We are mentors to other couples through HIS help. The child we adopted is doing well with us and at school.

We do outreaches,spreading the word of God. We visit home praying for the sick, telling bible stories and building relationships with them. We also want to help them by being the examples of what we preach that is why we want to be close to them.

We want to build a God fearing community 2-Strong marriages

Future plans
We are still using a big roundavel and are in negotiations with the local chief for an open space to erect a church structure.

Employment of most of the members
Evil spirits attacking people
We are covered with the blood of Jesus and prayer

Prayer Request
We need prayers that His will be known and be done. That HIS people be freed from evil spirits That the Lord must strenghtens our faith.

Pastor Fuma

Lulama Mpayipheli Report: June

I greet you in the wonderful name of Jesus Christ Amen. Its good to be a church planter in my time I know I’m doing a right thing.

In the ministry
In the ministry i always thank God everyday for the Mercy and grace, but now i can do anything because of Him. In the church we still saw a new faces in both sides town of our branches and it is our prayer to reach another villages around us but we challenges but we praying and planning to reach those places.
Another thing in this month i was supporting another Pastor in my church he pitching a tent crusade in this month. We need prayers so that the Lord give us strength every day. From the 29 June to a2 July we have youth camp in Hokwana Village. I praying and I know God will help us.

Yours Faithful
pastor Lulama Mpayipheli

Elvis Nxusani Report: August 2015

Greetings in the name of Jesus our Lord and Saviour. This is a report of Kingdom Fellowship House under Pastor Elvis Nxusani in Duncan Village, East London.

Ministry Update
God still helps us a lot in the work He has entrusted us with.My congregants are still worshipping well in Duncan Village. what worries me about this church is growth in numbers, its taking time. I think the main reason is that I do not stay in the same area. We only get there on Sundays and we have not yet started any home cells there.  If we could stay there there would be change. There is no transport from where I stay that goes directly there and it is worse after hours. As a church we are praying that God will make things possible.
Our branch that is outside town in Needs Camp is doing well even in numbers.They are also planning to have a church site, they have already bought about 20 corrugated irons and they also have about R1500 and about R1000 comes from the Duncan Village branch.They have been promised some land as well.

We still need some instruments so that we can start evengelism. As a result of this we have not done it as the Duncan Village branch. The Kuni (Needs Camp) branch is doing personal evengelism and that brings new faces everytime we meet.

Personal and Family
As the Nxusani family we are not complaining about anything before God. We are just full of thanksgiving for every good thing He does for us. We also want to thank you for your financial and prayer supports. May God bless you and make you and make you a blessing to many more others.

Prayer Points
•We need God to provide so we can evangelize Duncan Village
•The building of the church at Kuni Village
•Sound System.

Yours Faithfully

Mr Elvis M.Nxusani

Seaview Church Cape Town

February 2006 saw things really get into full swing. Apart from all the departments and ministries starting up again, we also hosted our first members meeting for the year. Due to the increase in church membership during the preceding twelve months, we elected three new leaders to assist with leadership responsibilities. There was a good spirit with plenty of ministry ideas forthcoming as points of direction for the future.

These include:-

Community welcome ministry as an arm of the evangelism ministry to the new people moving into the area. Sixty new houses are currently being built in the area and we would like to offer the services of a prayer of blessing for their new home as well as presenting them with a basket of goodies as a welcome to Bayview.
We believe that this could be a valuable first point of contact.

Extension of school ministry to include motivation to the final year high school students of our area to complete school. Currently our work in the schools only deal with primary school teachers.

Oaks of Righteousness is the ministery we started to reach and address some of the issues the young people in our area are faced with. Our first event will be hosted on the 4th March 2006.

Many visitors are still frequenting the church and my visitation programme is kept healthy because of this. From the pulpit I am addressing the issue of financial management again as many of our people have requested benevolent assistance after they have unwisely spent over the festive season. We are also planning to extend the facilities and are currently raising the funds to meet this objective.

I have also started to minister to the Mitchell’s Plain day hospital staff every Wednesday and Thursday. This is an excellent opportunity.

Thank you again for all your prayer and support as we endeavour to find more ways to be effective in ministry.

Peter & Janine Cornelius