Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Iranian Execution of Christian Pastor

Dear Christian friends,

Please remember this man in your prayers.

Subject: URGENT PRAYER NEEDED for cancellation of execution for Pastor Youcef in IRAN

This Prayer Chain is calling ALL Christians into action NOW on behalf
of this Iranian pastor, who faces execution!

Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani never practiced the Muslim faith and converted to Christianity at age 19, becoming a pastor later. But the courts say that since his mother and father were practicing Muslims, he must recant his Christian faith or die. So far, in three court appearances, he has refused to do so - RISKING EXECUTION AT ANY MOMENT.

The Iranian Supreme Court often acts quickly in administering the death penalty. According to a report, when asked by judges to "repent," Youcef replied: "Repent, What should I return to? To the blasphemy that I had before my faith in Christ?"

The judges replied: "To the religion of your ancestors - Islam." To which Yousef replied: "I cannot."

It's time for the body of Christ to act, to pray, to plead for the life of our Brother before Christ so that His servant may be spared.

This is what you are asked/called to do. As soon as you receive this email, PRAY IMMEDIATELY. Forward to your Church so that they may all pray too.

Then forward this PRAYER REQUEST to every CHRISTIAN you know so that they may pray also. The Bible States , "If God is with us, who can stand against us."

For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace,
and not of evil, to give you an expected end. Jeremiah 29:11

Jeffreys Bay Port Elizabeth


Love Story of King Edward V111 and Wallis Simpson

Quote: "W.E are together forever: Romance fans will be excited to see the mushy poster for Madonna's directorial debut W.E. featuring James D’Arcy as King Edward VIII and Andrea Riseborough as divorcee Wallis Simpson

The pair are starring as scandalous royal couple King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, over whom the head of state abdicated his throne after less than a year in 1936 to marry."


Our Leaders - Our History Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Kirk Cameron in Movie - Fireproof

Kirk Cameron: Stars In Christian Movie - Fireproof

Kirk Cameron: I Only Kiss My Wife ... Even on Screen

Kirk Cameron and his wife, Chelsea Noble,

When it comes to smooching, Kirk Cameron only has lips for his wife.

The former star of the TV sitcom "Growing Pains" refused to kiss the actress who played his wife in his new Christian film "Fireproof," he told the "Today" show on Monday.

“I have a commitment not to kiss any other woman,” he told the morning show. So his real wife, actress Chelsea Noble, was the body double for the onscreen kiss.

"So when I’m kissing my wife, we’re actually husband and wife honoring marriage behind the scenes,” Cameron told "Today."

The former child star became an evangelical Christian at 17 and is involved in The Way of the Master ministries.

The new movie which premiers nationwide this Friday was produced through a new Christian ministry dedicated to Christian based films (which often star Kirk Cameron).

The film which deals with marriage issues from a christian prospective was filmed with only one video camera and a crew made up of church volunteers.

Cameron is no stranger to Christian films.... He was the star in the "Left Behind" movie series and ministers of various Christian television networks including TBN, JC-TV and DayStar.

Pet Poster Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Harvest Church Conference Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Women of Peace Conference

Harvest Christian School Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Monday, February 20, 2012

Monday, February 6, 2012

michael W Smith - Above All

Christian Missionaries Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

History made as God speaks to tribal people in their languageBy Andre Viljoen on October 5, 2011 9:58 pm in South Africa / no comments

Missionaries Francois and Nadia Hattingh with their children (from left) Franco, Waldo and Heide-Marie, during a recent stay in Port Elizabeth. For the past five years the family has been working with an unreached people group in north eastern Mozambique. For the first time, people in that region are reading scripture in their own language and the impact is awesome!

In scenes reminiscent of the Book of Acts tribal religious leaders in remote north eastern Mozambique are enthusiastically telling their people the greatest news that has ever reached their region — the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Christian Action Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

PE Christians declare war on illegal abortion postersBy Andre Viljoen on July 10, 2011 10:51 pm in Eastern Cape, People / 10 comments

Volunteer cleanup squad members removing some of the illegal abortion posters that are plastered all over Port Elizabeth. They are, from the left, Val Viljoen, David Hobson and Shelley Walters.

Many people in PE have noticed an increase in abortion stickers on poles, signboards and walls all over Port Elizabeth. One person has decided to tackle the problem by mobilising local Christians to join hands in ridding the city of these illegal and offensive posters.

PE freelance public speaker, Shelley Walters said when she first noticed the proliferation of illegal abortion stickers she felt angry that the local Government did not appear to be taking steps to remove them. “Then I was challenged by the word that says we are the light of the world. I felt if we are going to be a people who are called the light of the world then we should be people who remove litter.”

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Uitenhage Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Mutual Building Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Bird Island Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Sunday, February 5, 2012

the Ship "Priscilla" Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Keith Green - There Is A Redeemer

Book of the week

Holy Trinity Church Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Jesus Culture Consumed - Oh Lord You´re Beautiful

Holy Trinity Church Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth

Thieves pillaging historic PE church

By Andre Viljoen on November 17, 2011 11:07 am in Eastern Cape / no comments

Holy Trinity Church in Havelock Square Port Elizabeth has suffered serious damage at the hands of thieves who strip copper and lead at night. The congregation fear more thefts and have appealed for support in protecting and repairing the historic building.

Help us protect this heritage building — members
Brazen thieves have been relentlessly stripping the Holy Trinity Church in Central, Port Elizabeth, of copper and lead fittings , causing serious damage to the historic stone building.

In a series of night-time assaults the thieves have stripped lead lining and copper flashing off roofs resulting in major water leaks with in some cases irreparable damage to paint, documents, historical photographs, wooden furnishings , carpets and ceilings. They have also removed wire mesh grilles protecting stain glass windows, provoking fears that the lead in the stained glass windows is being targeted. The church has 12 stained-glass windows with an estimated value of R400 000 each.

Rector David Stansbury points out an area where copper flashing and lead lining have been riped out, exposing the church to rain damage.

“Even 100 year old memorial plaques are being ripped out of the walls to sell for scrap,” said church member Sandy Peasnall, who is overseeing a campaign to secure funding to protect and repair the building.

“My husband is going there with all his staff this morning to do temporary damage control to stop further damage due to the rain pouring in and now destroying the walls and the age old wooden pews,” she said today.

“We are doing enquiries regarding installing spotlights around the church building as a matter of extreme urgency. We hope to find a good Samaritan before the end of this week.”

The church, in Havelock Square, was built in 1866 and then rebuilt after a fire in 1897. Today it is a spiritual home for a cosmopolitan city centre congregation, including members from a number of African countries.

The cost of repairs required to the church is being assessed but is likely to run into hundreds of thousands of rands. Peasnall said the church members did not have the financial means to carry the cost of repairs alone, and appealed for public support towards the restoration of a building “that belongs to our history and our city”.

“Any help will be appreciated. Security, financial, advice or physical help,” she said.

Financial contributions can be made by deposting money in the HTC-Emergency Rescue Fund, First National Bank 21031700, Account No. 62048343321. Sandy can be called at 082 705 4383 or emailed at

All the theft incidents have been reported to police who have requested patrol vehicles to keep a watch for suspicious activity around the church at night.

Even hundred year old copper memorial plaques have been ripped out.

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Friday, February 3, 2012

Schools Algoa Bay Port Elizabeth


My View

I see there's a new magazine publication called “NEWSNOW” which is running its twentieth addition. Is this replacing the previous government sponsored “To the Point” magazine, or is it yet another addition to the ANC’s “New Age” propoganda newspaper? I think the editorials are shallow judging by the article above, and would better appeal to Africa’s uneducated masses.

Comparing high schools and high school fees of first world countries like Australia and the UK won’t help. Hundreds of thousands of third world and even first World students flock to those countries to enjoy the benefits of first world education in PUBLIC schools. The last time we enjoyed similar standards in South Africa was during the Nationalist Party reign. Since then we have had to deal with the new education system, drugs, guns, teachers who can’t spell, sexual predators (ask Oprah), OBE, 30% subject pass rates, high class room occupancy, high profile people (if you know what I mean) pushing their way to the front of queues despite long waiting lists for places, etc.

The ANC have driven out first world students to private schools through the indigenization process, the process whereby everyone is free to achieve “equality education” (ie. the lowest common denominator). We’ve had no choice but to seek out private education even though the price has been staggering under ANC rule.

Comparing prices either also won’t work for obvious exchange rate, value of currency and pay rate reasons.

Sorry ED this article hides the truth!

The Ruins of Milton High School Bulawayo

This is Milton High twenty years after the fall of Rhodesia. The school at the time I went there had the best teachers money could buy, manicured lawns and pamperd buildings, everything you would find in the best First World education system. After twenty years of being ridiculed and being forced to Africanise education, the white teachers and professionals retreated, and Milton High became fully indiginised.

Above is a satellite picture of what blacks have done to one of the best schools in the world, trees are seen growing in streets where teachers cars would drive along. A tree growing in the empty pool, but in my day filled with filtered crystal blue sparkling water. Tennis courts once painted green with white indication lines are a mere mist of what they once were. A sportsground watered and manicured to table top precision lies dead and unattended. Roofs once painted red are showing signs of rust and decay as the oxide undercoating protrudes. In fact most of the schools I have attended in Southern Africa are suffering the same fate under Africa’s know it all black leadership.

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