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At New Orleans Primary school we have done more soaking with the boys and one boy started to cry about his little brother who died and we had time to minister to him and pray over him.

One of the other boys jumped up when the music stopped and said: "Wow, I really thought I was in heaven!" and told us how he saw a waterfall with him standing next to it and then an angel picked him up and lifted him to a place he thought could only be heaven.

What a privilege it is to pray and see how God speaks to each one of them differently - no matter what  their circumstances...


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One of the Primary Care Givers daughters came to visit our group.  She is a Gr. 8 pupil that fell out of the school since February 2016.  ClechaĆ© Flanders, our social auxiliary worker talked to her to find the cause of the drop-out and also encouraged her to start school again.  She is a lovely, smart girl with alot of potential.  We are now contacting the schools for re-admission.  Please pray with us that they will re-admit her!

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Two of our fieldworkers in Stellenbosch went to advocate with the headmaster of a shool for 3 of our teenage girls who have been out of school for some time now.  The headmaster was reluctant at first, but because of the fieldworkers' encouragement of the Primary Care Givers to go and visit the headmaster an the Fieldworkers' support of the girls;

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Our 2  social auxiliary work students conducted a magnificant 3 week holiday programme at Tiffany centre and took 11 children to the movies for Mandela day!

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We are excited and very grateful to testify that one of the Gr. 1 boys in our "in-school" support program (who was 21 days a term absent last year) has only missed 1 day of school during the second term of 2016.  Last year he has really done poorly at school, but improved greatly in his school work. We are so proud of him and pray that Holy Spirit will stir more in his heart to become who God has made him to be!


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