One of the San children we met.
You talk about a meeting being God ordained. We just left the !Khwa ttu San cultural center near Yzerfontein. This is a rehabilitation center for the bush people of central africa. They are called the San people.
The owners are Christian and found out that we are bringing the Cape Town I-Temba team here for training on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. They have asked that we come and present the evangelical program to the !Khwa ttu young people.
They were very excited when they realized our I-Temba team has Zulu, colored, black, white africanz, american and numerous groups represented. They will bring a program of dance, music, drama and sharing to the people. These are the missionaries I have been training in the first few weeks of our time in Africa.
The !Kwai ttu are the bush people of africa that were highlighted in a movie called, The Gods Must be Crazy. They are a very spiritual people. God is very real to them, but many do not know Jesus Christ, the son of God.There are some who have accepted Christ but it usually stops there said Betts the leader. The Holy Spirit is a very difficult concept for them. Pray that our team can give them a fresh snapshot of our Lord.
It is exciting to have the opportunity to communicate with such a unique culture. Your prayers can touch the hearts of those who love God but do not know Him fully. I will give you a report on Thursday. Thanks.
Four decade veteran of youth ministry in churches, Youth For Christ and now is the Founder and Executive Director of Deeper Still Missions. Danny and his wife Cathy spend most of their time mentoring missionaries in Africa, Europe, Central America and North America. Future opportunities include South America and the Asia Pacific area.