“We needed such a meeting.” I thought to myself as we were embarking on a two hour drive to the Johannesburg airport. “We can now centralise information.” I said again when asked how I found it. It was indeed a needed time to build capacity within ourselves and know what resources we have available in […]Read More The Consortium
I had planned on another topic to write on. And I was quite excited to share the wonderful news of what happened and what the Lord is busy doing. But then, yesterday, as we were about to start our session with the Kings Club, one of the boys said to me, “miss, I got 95% […]Read More Miss, I got 95%
Did that get your attention? Good! The point was to get you interested, but mostly share information about our latest software. In actual fact, we are migrating our software use to another software. The new software is supposed to have better capacity to help us keep track with you, our ministry partners. It […]Read More We are Migrating!!!
It was a crisp weekend with the occasional rain in the evening. So cold that we all needed to cover up whether we liked it or not. As chilled as the weather was, that could not stop us from having our planning weekend. It was a first for our “department,” Leader Impact. There are several […]Read More Leader Impact for the future!
From the 26th-29th May, we had our Teacher Training in Worcester, Western Cape. We had 58 trainees who were school teachers, social workers and youth workers. It was the first time we’ve had one since 2014. We were excited. We were relieved. We were thrilled. We are looking forward to more. It was a great […]Read More Teacher Training
We recently had our staff conference in Skogheim, Port Shepstone. This is a time where we gather together as the team and celebrate achievements. This year was our 45th year celebration. Campus Crusade for Christ has been in existence in South Africa for 45 years. And thankfully, we had the couple who were responsible […]Read More A challenge to the core
December 2006 NewsletterRead More My First Ever Newsletter! What a read
I was asked to lead a group of young men in one of the high schools in Cape Town. When this challenge was posed to me; my first reaction was the hills. I’m a female, I grew up without a father figure; what could I possibly teach to young adolescent boys? These were the thoughts […]Read More The King’s Club
It was a reunion to remember. I had my time with the Girls of God this past Friday(17 Feb ). It was so great and fun to be with them. We talked about how we entered 2017 and what we are grateful for this year. One of the girls mentioned that she’s grateful that she […]Read More My Delight!!!
When five of us from the Western Cape went to Pretoria in Gauteng, this is what we did….Read More New Staff Training for the not so new