A mission and ministry to share Christ’s love in our community with those who have suffered loss, due to displacement, violence, crisis or natural disaster by meeting their needs through faith-based assistance, crisis intervention and support.
As a Chaplain for many years, first as an Emergency Services Chaplain and now as a community Chaplain, I have come to recognize the blessing of sharing Gods word and seeing His power change lives. This ministry would include devotions at Parades for our local Fire Station and Police Station, building relationships with people and being available to minister in whichever form by offering support and encouragement in times of crisis, loss and trauma.
Assistance may take place in many different ways such as assisting and supporting the destitute, comforting the bereaved, assisting those who are struggling with or facing difficulties of any kind,visiting the sick, attending to the bereaved and offering crisis intervention and trauma support.
We believe in the calling to rebuild community through the renewal and restoration of peoples lives through Jesus Christ, and to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through being present, a light and the salt. We want to be fully devoted to Jesus by opening our arms to those in search of the truth. To show God’s love and concern for our fellow man at every opportunity.
Our Vision & Objectives
To offer support to members of the community in times of crisis, trauma and emotional bereavement.
To work alongside all organizations in the crisis intervention field, trauma as well as the various private and government agencies inclusive of Emergency Medical Services, Hospitals, Security Companies and the different Law enforcement agencies in our community.
To minister to the bereaved and to visit the sick.
To make a difference in our community through a ministry of encouragement, compassion, justice and mercy.
To support the displaced and destitute where possible through spiritual, emotional and physical support and resource.
This ministry falls under the spiritual authority and oversight of the Order of Christian Service and works in partnership with community and law enforcement / emergency service structures and operates as a project under Trauma Support SA NPC 2013/042781/08
How was Paul able to declare that he was” More than a Conqueror”?
It is the victory of the soul and the spirit, over the external circumstance!
The victory that Paul alludes to is the inner strength of the soul to overcome the external happening around us.
What would Paul say or write of our current situation? Would he spend hour upon hour analysing the social media posts about Covid19, the conspiracy of vaccinations or would he ask about the response of our souls to what is going on around us?
Would he not say, We are MORE than conquerors; greater than what is happening in the world today?
I had seen so much, carried the pain of others on my shoulders, comforted families and people in the depths of their pain, sorrow and grief. But the stories remained attached to my soul; the pain and the emotions that I had carried, began to weigh me down.
Everyday in the last 9 days since the Covid 19 lockdown began, I have seen multiple posts by Christians about ‘the beast’, the mark of the beast and conspiracy theories related to 5G and anything Read more…