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At our Explorers Group we have a little boy who really struggle to express himself and on top of that he is stuttering.  He is always trying to speak clearly.  Although he has got a good understanding, his speach is really setting him back.


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  1. A grade 4 learner from Magnolia Primary, Paarl-East was 12 days absent in the first term and did not show interest in her schoolwork, but the teacher said that the learner is now attending school regularly and her schoolwork has improved greatly.  

  2. After a grade 1 learner was referred to Khula, our fieldworkers did a visit to their home and
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Our Klapmuts Fieldworkers went to look for 2 children who where abscent from school for 5 days and couldn't find them, but before giving up they went to the neighbour's house.  After speaking to the neighbour, they heard her cry for help and prayed for healing and restoration and she there and then gave her life to Jesus!  Praise God for always having bigger things planned, just when one think the moment has been wasted....  Where can you make a change in someone's life today!



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Every year we can just stand back and watch how God is busy preparing His bride.  This year we experienced a great move in the spirit at our schools we are working in.  There were prayer walks, prayer chains formed around school grounds and prayer rooms! Children opened up their hearts towards God and there where a cry out to God to heal, restore and protect their community.

We will keep on proclaiming the Good News over this valley of ours...

We will keep on blessing and never stop praying for our community's children and schools!

"How many times have we missed what was POSSIBLE, because we were too focused on what was MISSING!" 



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While fixing holes is a learner’s jersey, another learner watched me closely. Looking at my skill with needle and thread, his observation was that I must have been at the School of Skills when I was young, because that is the only place he knows, that teaches sewing skills.


When I answered that all mothers must know how to do it, he was amazed. This was the opportunity I was praying for, (he wouldn’t open up  previously).


This sparked a long conversation and trust was built.


I surely felt like smiling!


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