Sifted

Heather Liebenberg blog

Peter was a natural leader, bold, courageous, quick to act and willing to speak out. He jumped out of the boat and walked on the water with Jesus. Peter called

What is that in your hand?

Heather Liebenberg blog

Moses’s story is very familiar to many of us, how as a baby he was put in a basket on a crocodile infested river, rescued by the Pharaoh’s daughter and

Love Finds a Way

Heather Liebenberg blog

We are now on day 18 of lockdown in South Africa. At the end of last week, President Ramaphosa

Eyes to See

Heather Liebenberg blog

As we celebrate the victory of Jesus over death and the grave today, we read of the responses of those closest to Him.

The women who were with Him at

A Servant’s Heart

Heather Liebenberg blog

The disciples were all together celebrating the Passover feast while remembering the joy of God’s deliverance of His people from slavery in Egypt.

They believed that Jesus was the Messiah

Gratitude

Heather Liebenberg blog

We can thank God in any situation.

During the Second World War, Corrie Ten Boom and her sister Betsy were prisoners in Ravensbruck Nazi Concentration camp. It was built to

Fulfilled

Heather Liebenberg blog

This Psalm assured travellers on their way to the Temple in Jerusalem
that they were under God’s protection. They came from all over the nation
three times a year to worship and

Intercession

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Prayer is more impactful than we often realise.

Technology allows us to not only pray at home on our own, but also to join with others. I have been blessed

Keeping up to date on HIV

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A couple of weeks ago during our staff meeting we looked at HIV-related statistics and what these numbers actually mean to us in our daily ministry at SOH.

We used styrofoam cups

Summing Up

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StatisticsWe often focus on the stories of individual life change – because it’s at the heart of our vision

Helping Without Hurting

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(August 2014)

Perhaps you’ve read When Helping Hurts (Corbett & Fikkert), or come across articles that encourage westerners to give thoughtful consideration of the kinds of assistance we provide in

Children With Nowhere To Go

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(August 2014)

Michelle Waldron shares a story that is all too familiar in South Africa.  He is almost 6 weeks old.  She is just over 2.  Their mom abandoned them

Getting Up Everyday

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(August 2014)

Kerry Wiens shares about her opportunity to be part of the “I Heart Market” with some of the graduates of the Sewing Program at Seed of Hope.

It

Smiles and Sounds of Joy Fill the Air

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(Taken from news letter December 2013)

With colourful jumping castles, incredible volunteers, sizzling “boerewors” (South African sausages) and mountains of prizes wrapped under the tree, the Simunye Christmas Party was

Sightless

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(March 2014)

Michelle Waldron shares the life changing medical struggles facing a young lady.

I met someone the other day. She recently lost her vision. She is only 15 years

Shifting Paradigms

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(March 2014)

What does your community need? It was a simple question for the 22 entrepreneurs who attended the Paradigm Shift training at Seed of Hope. It seemed like a

10 years of community building in Bhekulwandle

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Tracey Mah-Gillies of Calgary reflects on her experience at the 10th Anniversary Celebrations at Seed of Hope.

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