To the Friends of the Reformation Society - 18 Jan 2018

To Friends of the Reformation Society


Dear Friends


Greetings in the precious Name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.


The Great Commission is Our Supreme Ambition

Please tune in tonight Tuesday, 16 January at 9pm to Radio Tygerberg 104FM, for our Salt and Light radio programme. Great Commission Course participants from as far afield as Canada, the United States, Congo and Mozambique will be presenting testimonies and challenging us.


If you live in Cape Town, you can tune in to Tygerberg 104FM, or you can listen online at www.104FM.org.za through live streaming worldwide. Please note that we have been given extra time and will be starting early at 9pm.


Memorial Service for Michiah Lancaster

The Memorial service for Great Commission Course participant, Michiah Lancaster will be held this Thursday, 18 January at 10am at St. Thomas Church, 61 Campground Road, Rondebosch. 21-year-old, Michiah Lancaster, from Missouri, USA, drowned in a swimming accident at Newlands Dam on Sunday afternoon, 14 January. We will be celebrating his extraordinary testimony and vibrant faith at this service.


Strategies for Security and Survival

Please join us for the Reformation Society meeting this Thursday, 18 January at 7pm for tea and fellowship and at 7:30pm for a presentation on Strategies for Security and Survival. At this time of crime, violence and instability, it makes sense to understand the times and the Biblical principles for preparation and protection. “A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself, but the simple pass on and are punished.” Proverbs 22:3.


It was not raining when Noah built the Ark, but Noah and his family survived the Flood by building the Ark and stocking it, in obedience to God. As a Mission of Christians dedicated to serving persecuted churches for 36 years, we have experienced ambushes, arial bombardments, rocket and artillery fire, thefts, terrorism, capture and imprisonment. Utilising lessons learned through these decades in conflict areas, we are often training for Christians to be able to withstand and resist violent attacks and to survive in adverse circumstances. To this end our new book, Security and Survival Handbook, has been completed and published. This Thursday night will mark the launch of our new publication. “For man also does not know his time: Like fish taken in a cruel net, like birds caught in a snare, so the sons of men are snared in an evil time, when it falls suddenly upon them.” Ecclesiastes 9:12


Livingstone Fellowship

Our Livingstone Fellowship service, Sunday, 21 January will be at 11am.


Yours for Reformation and Revival,


Dr Peter Hammond


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