OO-BUUN-TOO 2017 English: /uˈbʊntuː/ oo-buun-too) or “uMunthu” (Chichewa) is an African ethic or humanist philosophy focusing on people’s allegiances and relations with each other. The word Ubuntu is a Zulu phrase meaning “I am because we are.” WHAT IS OUR GOAL? The purpose of #U2017 this year is very much different to the previous ones. Read more about #UBUNTU2017[…]
The Western Cape team partnered with local churches in Elands Bay, Redlinghuys and Leipoldtville for Jesus Film showings, children’s outreach and our bi-annual World day of prayer. The farmers in the area sponsored the food and accommodation for the entire outreach. This time we all stayed over at a small town up the west coast Read more about West Coast Outreach 2017[…]
A week ago, I (Jerrah) set foot on South African soil for the first time in over 6 months. This is a country that our family has been calling our second home. In retrospect, we have always been the family that welcomes Americans that serve for a short time. We would say goodbye to people Read more about The Jacksons Say Farewell to SA[…]
Please download the July-September-2016 quarterly newsletter to read updates from our various ministry strategies around the Western Cape.