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On Sunday November the 2nd Aletheia evangelist Zack was married to Nosipho. We wish the couple every happiness and look forward to their return from honeymoon in two weeks time where they will resume work on the Kwazenzele settlement next to Ebyown Children's Village.
 
The weather could not have been more perfect. The sun was shining, the sky blue and crystal clear. A slight breeze helped take the edge of the heat and all the preparations had been done for this special day.
 
We would like to introduce to you Ebyown's latest youngster, Siphiwe. She is 11 years old and has spent the last 8 months in hospital. She has Cerebral Palsy and little movement but she has the most amazing smile. Siphiwe will be the first child in our new disability unit that is to be built in late March. Anyone wishing to help sponsor Siphiwe can either contact us directly, contact your nearest branch office of Moriel, or here.
 
Yeshua is the best reason to be happy so lets celebrate His incarnation togetherRead more ...
 
Dear Brethren in Jesus,
We lost another one of our orphan children in Africa. It was Mouse (Sidonele). It is always very difficult spiritually and emotionally for all of us when this happens. But it inevitably too often does. It is especially heart breaking for the Moriel missionaries who take care of these children and above all for Dave & Lyn in particular. It is the kind of thing you mentally expect but can never get use to. It is our first loss since little Angel went to be with Jesus. Moriel / Ebyown is the only family these mostly HIV orphan babies and small orphan children have ever known or had. Little Mouse never even had much of a chance.
 
Jacob, Pavia, & Pastor Bernard Mathe at entrance of Ebyown Children's Ministry Jacob, Pavia, & Pastor Bernard Jacob & Pavia standing in front of house at the squatter's camp. Jacob & Paulina Jacob, Pavia, & Katie - Ebyown manager & nurse at Ebyown Children's Village. Dave & Lyn, Jacob & Pavia, & Paulina It was good to see Jacob and his lovely wife Pavia on their visit to South Africa. High on Jacobs agenda was a visit to the site of the Childrens village. Jacob and Pavia are very excited at the potential. Although it will be at least June before the initial influx of children we were able to show them the outreach work that is going on. This included a visit to the neighbouring squatter camp where conditions can be very grim. Read more ...
 
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Dear Friends
 
While Dave and Lyn were visiting in the UK two of their son's wives had babies born 2 hours apart on the same day.
 
Marijke (nurse) and Lina (Teacher) will be leaving Ebyown at the end of February 2010 after serving the Lord alongside us for a year. It has been fantastic to have them on our team and God has used them in a variety of ways during this challenging period in their lives.
 
Dear Friends
 
Please click here to read the Moriel South Africa Mission News for April 2011.
 
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The latest missions report is now available to be read or downloaded online by clicking here.
 
Please click here to read the South Africa Missions Newsletter for May 2011.
 
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Dear friends and Family
 
Please click here to read the December Mission News from South Africa.
 
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Please click here to view the April 2012 South Africa Missions newsletter.
 
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Please click here  for Moriel SA Missions Report for March 2014.
 
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Please click here to view the November,   2012 South Africa Missions newsletter.
 
Thank you once again for your prayers and practical support.
 
Dear Friends
A big thank you to supporters who made it possible for us to install a trampoline for the kids. This will not only be a fun thing but will actually help our CP kids with their balance and movement and as you can see our Nurse Marijke got in on the act with Spud.
 
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Since my visit last year to Moriel"s South Africa mission (headed by Brother Dave Royle), God has greatly blessed the ministry there. Extensive valuable and exciting work has been carried out, and much more is planned for the future.
 
It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the going home to the Lord of Simpiwe. Simpiwe came to us two years ago when we received a phone call from a Johannesburg hospital where she had been staying for some time due to her severe disabilities. Simpiwe was quadriplegic and had to be nursed 24/7. She could not swallow and so had to be tube fed. Her Cerebral Palsy was quite severe. However the thing we will remember about Simpiwe is her bright smile. Our son Chris would often stroke her face with her favorite toy, a fish with big lips, he called it the kissing fish. This would have Simpiwe laughing so much. Also like any young lady she had a fondness for the taste of chocolate. She couldn't swallow it but for treats we would put some in her mouth and her eyes would roll back with pleasure.Read more ...
 
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Dear Brothers and Sisters
Greetings in Jesus.
 
World News
August 10, 2003 Aids activists in South Africa have cheered President Thabo Mbeki's decision to distribute antiretroviral drugs to people diagnosed with HIV. But a visiting churchman who works there with children suffering from AIDS has questioned the South African Government's ability to carry out its promise. Read more ...
 
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