Category: News and updates/Notícias e novidades

A new Partnership/Uma nova Parceria

As we mentioned on a previous post, back in August of last year, we were presented with the possibility of the Character First programs being aired on the island of São Tomé and Príncipe. The president of the Evangelical Alliance in São Tomé had initiated the proposal and although I had discussed the matter with him, the details and final… Read more →

The Word on demand/A Palavra sob demanda

The station that airs our programs in the city of Huambo in Angola, recently informed us that the Yeva Ondaka program, which was being aired once a week, is now being aired daily. They also sent us feedback that they received from listeners; and asked if I (Isac) could send additional programs. The current crisis that the world is facing… Read more →

Crisis, Foresight and Provision/Crise, Previsão e Providência

It’s hard to believe the unprecedented crisis that our world is facing right now. Yet despite our surprise and all the confusion, God knew that we would pass through these turbulent times; and that He would ultimately use this for His glory. We at the ministry have seen the Lord’s foresight, provision, and the furtherance of His gospel during this… Read more →

Training for the Future/Treinamento para o Futuro

Although Helena and I are committed to continuing the work of the ministry for as long as the Lord enables us, we’re also conscience of the future and the day that we will have to pass the baton to the next generation. So, when one of the main ministries that we partner with in Angola told us that they were… Read more →

An Unexpected Opportunity/Uma Oportunidade Inesperada

I had an interesting conversation this week that could lead to new opportunities for the ministry. There is a friend of mine who is a pastor in Angola, who uses his cell phone to record some of my programs when they air, and then sends them to 100 people in various countries. One of these people is the president of… Read more →

A busy March/Março, um mês atarefado

March has been a busy month for us at the ministry. I received a request from some leaders in Angola to record a series of messages to address an unfortunate situation currently playing out in the country. Recently, the government shut down some churches after a discovery of abuse and manipulation by some false religious leaders. Unfortunately, in the government’s… Read more →