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Harvest Blog

Matura Building Opportunity

The joy we have in the CTMI family is the opportunity to participate in seeing the gospel preached and churches born beyond that of our local church. For all of us this is an opportunity to pray for these missions. There will be some of us that will respond to the call to go for […]

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After worldly things…

Maatla a efangedi ya ga Keresete Jeso ke go fetola boleng jwa motho jwa senama, go tsisa bomodimo le setshwano sa gagwe. Ka lebaka le le leele, ke ne ke timetse,ke tsere gore ke modumedi, ke neetse botshelo jwame mo Modimong, mme fela ke ne ke tshela botshelo jwa me jaaka bo ne bo ntse […]

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A pure heart

What is so important about having a pure heart? Well the bible says” Blessed are those who are pure in heart for they will see God”. We often sing Open the eyes of my heart Lord I want to see you, …when we see you when find strength to face the day. Let us not […]

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Zim camp for me; is a time not to be missed!

As young people, we are surrounded by so much noise and activity, that it is near impossible to hear clearly from the Lord in these days. We all live such busy lives and have so many things competing for a slice of our time each day, that sadly the Lord often gets the dregs. A […]

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How times have changed

With the 2015 annual international CTMI conference starting next week, I was reflecting on how local churches can now benefit so much easier than in the past. I have had the privilege of attending nearly all the conference since 1996. As with today, the numbers of people who can actually attend in relation to the […]

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Questions and challenges for this young generation- Jordan McKenzie

  As our 21st century society gets more spiritually deprived and more technologically advanced, it craves a gospel that is somehow more understanding but less convicting of our sinful state.Nowadays, amidst the chaos of these present days, we turn to things of this world, somehow wishing and hoping that they will help us stay safe […]

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Flocks or Fish?

How often in life do we face choices? Every year, every month, every day! More often than not, we are faced with a simple “yes or no” decision, or a simple “A or B” decision. I remember writing exams as a young student, we would have multiple choice questions and it was always comforting to […]

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No offense

What is better, always having diapers or nappies to change your toddler or your toddler coming to that place where they no longer need them? Diapers have an essential role to play but what if your children were still having to wear them at age 6 or 16? The forgiveness of the Lord is so […]

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The importance of everyday life

Returning from holidays to the ordinariness of life is never easy. Swopping the leisure and pleasure of holidays for routine and deadlines has us immediately wanting to plan the next holiday! In Matthew 17, we find Peter, James and John plucked out of the ordinariness of everyday life into the glorious event of the transfiguration. […]

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Good bye 2014, Hello 2015

Have you ever taken a wrong turn when driving? You are chatting to a passenger and it takes some time to realise that actually you am heading in the wrong direction. What do you do- continue in the same wrong direction? Of course not. You know where you are going and you want to know […]

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