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  • Help for the refugees of xenophobia – June 2008 | The Family International
    from the refugee tents which were not far from our site During the whole troubled time we were able to emphasise the importance of loving your neighbours whatever their nationality and we worked to show the children that we care about them We had an enthusiastic response to our email about the troubles in the townships As a result we were able to distribute 120 blankets and clothes and boxes

    Original URL path: http://www.thefamilyinternational.org/en/work/africa/south-africa/articles/2008/140/ (2016-02-15)
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  • The Family International South Africa: Projects | The Family International
    with those from all walks of life brings new tests as well as triumphs During 2007 we distributed over 120 000 tracts and nearly 9 000 Activated magazines Mother and Baby Support Group Johannesburg 6 Mother and Baby Support Group Highlights Micro Businesses Bring Economic Empowerment We received sponsorship to initiate micro businesses for the members of our Mother s Club for HIV positive women and their babies We supplied the women with products of their choice to the value of R1 000 each Mother and Baby Support Group Through this project we support a total of 19 HIV positive mothers and their babies Ray of Hope There is so much pain and confusion right now in the townships but we wanted to share a ray of hope which we experienced this month Our full time counselor and peer educator Barbara had phoned and told us to expect a surprise this Wednesday morning Slum Disaster Relief Johannesburg 4 Help for the refugees of xenophobia June 2008 During the recent xenophobic attacks our Sunday Club grew as children joined us from the refugee tents which were not far from our site Love in Action versus Xenophobia No competition Instant Playground and Fun Day at the Refugee Camp A refugee camp was set up in our area to house the victims of the xenophobia attacks that were happening here and we were first on the scene to help Surrounded by thick and high barbed wire the camp is somewhat depressing Thousands of Easter Chicks Johannesburg Easter was suddenly upon us We had no chocolate eggs to give out as we usually do to the children of the township where we work We have used the eggs to illustrate and help the children to understand and celebrate Easter Sport Against Crime Johannesburg 1

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  • The Family International Uganda: Articles | The Family International
    gives us a chance to meet people who have been responding to our radio programs We have lots of singing testimonies and a Bible study topic 2011 Articles 3 Hearing from God I m Alain Kanku a lieutenant of the Democratic Republic of Congo Army FARDC I met Richard a long time TFI member and his family in Goma in November 2010 I received a small gospel tract When I read it the message encouraged me to invite Jesus into my heart to be my Savior and Lord Reaction to Our Audio Ministry Thanks to the internet our audio ministry is reaching all kinds of people in all kinds of places around the world There are so many encouraging comments on our websites Here s one of the latest reactions from Tonny Okwera emailing from I don t know where Inspiration by SMS A local SMS company provided us with a service where we can send out a Bible verse or inspirational message to subscribers every day I now send out texts to 340 people daily and the number keeps increasing as more people hear about it 2008 Articles 11 Murals Brighten Lives For several months our team accompanied one of our volunteers Nyx Martinez to the main government hospital in Kampala The Ik A marginalized tribe in northeast Uganda We were contacted by former missionaries to the Ik to see if we would be able to help by recording Bible stories in the Icetot pronounced i che tot language for a marginalized tribe the Ik who live on the peaks of mountains on the Kenyan Ugandan border escarpment Kigo Women s Prison We have been supporting the efforts of one of our long term Ugandan colleagues by soliciting donations and counseling for the women in Kigo Prison 2007 Articles

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  • The Family International Uganda | The Family International
    Work Africa Uganda The Ik A marginalized tribe in northeast Uganda The Family International Uganda View by Project View by Year The Ik A marginalized tribe in northeast Uganda We were contacted by former missionaries to the Ik to see if we would be able to help by recording Bible stories in the Icetot pronounced i che tot language for a marginalized tribe the Ik who live on the peaks

    Original URL path: http://www.thefamilyinternational.org/en/work/africa/uganda/projects/programs-indigenous-peoples/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Photo Gallery: The Ik: A marginalized tribe in northeast Uganda | The Family International
    Family Mission Statement Worldwide Work Children Viewpoints Contact Email Us Sitemap Home Worldwide Work Africa Uganda The Ik A marginalized tribe in northeast Uganda Photo Gallery Photo Gallery The Ik A marginalized tribe in northeast Uganda Tweet Africa Kenya Madagascar

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  • Reactions to Our Radio Broadcasts | The Family International
    such warmth of love and joy of spirit Thank you so much for the visions inspirations and personal touch of our loving Savior Jesus Seth Wow this sure feeds my soul such great texts and songs and just your voices Thanks a lot I will tell my friends about it Manuela I ve been listening to the Nightlight productions excellent Super inspiring and very well put together I would like to pass this website on to some friends of mine so they can enjoy them too Joseph I love the shows They are just so inspiring and feeding Rafael My name is Marius I m Romanian but at the moment I live in the UK in London I like very much the Nightlight shows They are very feeding and Simon Peterson has such an inspiring voice and the way he talks is like sweet honey to your ears Thank you very much for your wonderful Nightlight radio shows with the marvelous interviews and every thing else you offer on your website I really appreciate it and learn a lot from you Doris from Germany Thanks for being an encouragement for us Lydia You ve made my Monday evening beautiful Enoch Thank you so much for your show I love those inspirations Norris I am at peace when I am tuned in to your program God bless you richly Lily Thanks for the show You were speaking like you just came from Heaven last night Your voice is so awesome Jacqueline Thanks for the nice program and encouraging verses Mary I ve learned a lot from your program Thank you Bright Thanks for the inspiration and outreach I am thirsty and hungry My cup is empty and wanting Isaac Thanks for the program You have done a great work in my

    Original URL path: http://www.thefamilyinternational.org/en/work/africa/uganda/articles/2012/267/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Church in the Home | The Family International
    in the Home Simon Peterson Uganda On the second Sunday afternoon of every month we host a fellowship meeting at our house This is always very well attended and gives us a chance to meet people who have been responding to our radio programs We have lots of singing testimonies and a Bible study topic It s great to meet study and fellowship together in this homey atmosphere Related Articles

    Original URL path: http://www.thefamilyinternational.org/en/work/africa/uganda/articles/2012/268/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Hearing from God | The Family International
    a good time to attack I asked the Lord to give me wisdom to explain this to my captain John as I knew he wouldn t react well Slacker You are afraid of war You are pretending to be a prophet to escape the given orders the captain said It was 5 09am January 04 2011 He then took his pistol and put it on the table in his office Now it is here where you are going to die instead of dying on the field he said Do you want to change your opinion No I answered firmly When he heard that he ordered an officer to place me at the front of the troops While our troop of 42 was leaving I told the officer I m convinced that voice was from God Since I ve done 14 years of military service what would frighten me to go to war After a few minutes of silence the officer went back to our captain s office explaining what I just told him Suddenly the captain came from his office and held out a big stick of wood and ordered a soldier to hit me with it The pain was atrocious but I was happy to be able to stand through such a test Then two soldiers threw me in jail In jail I began asking myself if I wasn t confused Were they my own thoughts or not Can God really speak to me Around 10am seven soldiers arrived back at the camp Two of them were seriously wounded I heard them explain to the captain that they were ambushed 3km before reaching the village The soldiers fled but many were killed A few more weak and wounded soldiers made it back to the camp One of the officers

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