Moments of Hope – Part 3

There is simply no way to describe my heart, I thought as I woke up in the early morning hours in a town called Mutarara.  I was humbled by the presence of the people of Inhangoma.  The hot water in my room was not functioning due to an electric wire that shorted out while I […]

July 17th, 2013|Leadership|

Moments of Hope – Part 1

I love traveling and I love the phenomenal variations of cultures I am introduced to quite regularly.  Lao Tzu writes:  ” A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving.”  So I reckon the journey of a 1000 miles must start with a small step.I love traveling early in the morning […]

June 18th, 2013|Bibles, Leadership, MP3 Bibles, Outreach, Travels, Womens Ministry|

Band of Brothers

Mozambique’s ‘Band of Brothers’ … that’s how I call them.  Nearly 900 men in central and northern Mozambique who gives up 6 years of their life to complete their course in Theology with us at ASAM (Love Mozambique).  Without libraries, adequate books or even stationary (never mind the absence of laptops or ‘Google’) they always persevere and pull […]

December 31st, 2012|Education, Leadership|

Better News than a Lottery Win!

Imagine sitting infront of that ‘one-eye-monster’ (that’s our TV monitors) and holding on tight to your lottery ticket.  The numbers are scrolling down the screen …. slowly.  24 – 3 – 17 ….. and you realize that you have those 3 numbers.  You squeeze that lottery ticket in desperation.  Imagine what you could do with US$ 35 […]

June 28th, 2012|Leadership|

It’s the WAY we travel that matters!

Traveling is part of our daily lives.  One can hardly think back and imagine how our forefathers (and mothers!) travelled in previous centuries.  Imagine that …. taking the donkey cart out for a quick drive to the Brady Family 90 miles away.  Could take you a week to visit and come back.  And somehow traveling […]

June 21st, 2012|Leadership, Travels|

When servants come together!

Past. Toca, he must be very close to 60 years of age, got up and started testifying.  Testifying the ‘electrifying’ way, if you ask me.   He was fired up and started sharing:   “God has a special plan for each.  I started this program as an illiterate man, forgotten by many until I joined the 6 […]

December 13th, 2011|Leadership|

Seminars galore!

We have had a busy time with several seminars the last few weeks.  I am currently on the road down south while our other partners are continuing seminars in northern Mozambique.  We have various objectives and strategies when it comes to training leaders in Mozambique.  We invite the core Mozambican leadership to central Mozambique twice […]

August 15th, 2011|Leadership|

Saturday Night Fever

Just could not resist this photo!  A bit more dusty where we are …. but about the same moveshere in the bush ….!  We danced for different reasons though …. oh yes … and the whitesuit would not work here!If John Travolta was ever in Mozambique he would have loved the “Saturday Night Fever” moves […]

June 19th, 2011|Leadership|

Fruitfull

The Bible says a lot about fruit (for various reasons)!  Nope, before you ask … I have no new revelation on a theological meaning of  “fruit”.   I think Jesus loved fruit …. maybe that could be the reason why he cursed the beautiful fruit tree that looked so good and tasty but had no […]

December 8th, 2010|Leadership|

A lonely path in the dusty North!

I left early to Guru and Mandie in central Mozambique to attend their annual certificate ceremony.  Hot and dusty as it usually is this time of the year.  I can hardly wait to finish the first 200 km to meet up with the leaders – many of which I haven’t seen for a long time. […]

August 30th, 2010|Leadership|