Please click here to read the South Africa Missions Newsletter for May 2011.
Greeting you in Jesus our Lord and Savior.
This coming June 13 the children will be back to secular school,every year we have a small program-"give a gift school supplies".We give them notebooks,writing paper pads,pencil and ballpen.The Children are waiting for the program. Do I make a move to this small program for Moriel Ministries? Please give some suggestions.
While we conduct a feeding session last May 24 there was an electric power interruption. The children were uneasy and perspiring,we brought them out to eat outside. I think if we have a little bit bigger with good window,even if we experience elect. power interruptions it will sustain good temperature. Please include this in our prayers.
I am glad to tell you that we have already conducted a regular Children's Chapel Hour every Day of the Lord. Please pray for us and the ministry. Thank you very much for all the supports and prayers.
May the Lord bless you and reward your labour.
Sincerely in Christ,
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It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the going home to the Lord of Simpiwe. Simpiwe came to us two years ago when we received a phone call from a Johannesburg hospital where she had been staying for some time due to her severe disabilities. Simpiwe was quadriplegic and had to be nursed 24/7. She could not swallow and so had to be tube fed. Her Cerebral Palsy was quite severe. However the thing we will remember about Simpiwe is her bright smile. Our son Chris would often stroke her face with her favorite toy, a fish with big lips, he called it the kissing fish. This would have Simpiwe laughing so much. Also like any young lady she had a fondness for the taste of chocolate. She couldn't swallow it but for treats we would put some in her mouth and her eyes would roll back with pleasure.
Olongapo, Subic Bay, The Phillippines
Please pray for David Royle & The Ebyown Children in Africa, Pastor Chancey & The Hydrabad Children in India, and Paul Seville & The Rubbish Dump Children of The Philippines and our Moriel missionary staff, volunteers, and our partners & friends at 'Understanding The Times' Who Take Care of These Wonderful Children.
May God Bless Them and May God Bless you this Holiday Season and in 2011 !
21 October, 2010
To: BMS (UK) "Engage" Magazine Editor
Re: Recent Alex Awad Article on "Christians in Palestine"
I direct a Christian missions and evangelistic ministry operating in several countries including Israel among both Arabs and Jews.
This past week our Bible shop and coffee bar outreach to the Arab community in Galilee was attacked by Islamic terrorists with stun grenades injuring one of our staff, Tino, an Arab Christian brother. Our work in the West Bank is directed by another Arab Christian brother, Pastor Najeeb, who has a family but of whom we recently learned has a Fatwa (an Islamic religious death order) placed on him for evangelizing Muslims. We have witnessed Hamas closing down the Christian book shops in Gaza and the Palestinian Authority a Christian TV station in Bethlehem last April, all of which the Israeli authorities allowed to operate. We are therefore confused by the Awad article lauding the friendship between Arab Muslims and Christians.
Dear Brethren in Jesus,
We lost another one of our orphan children in Africa. It was Mouse (Sidonele). It is always very difficult spiritually and emotionally for all of us when this happens. But it inevitably too often does. It is especially heart breaking for the Moriel missionaries who take care of these children and above all for Dave & Lyn in particular. It is the kind of thing you mentally expect but can never get use to. It is our first loss since little Angel went to be with Jesus. Moriel / Ebyown is the only family these mostly HIV orphan babies and small orphan children have ever known or had. Little Mouse never even had much of a chance.
There are few things more painful than burying a child. Please keep Dave & Lyn and our missionaries and the children they care for in prayer.
Below is Dave Royle's brief letter. There is nothing more to say. Whenever this happens there never really is except: " Come Quickly Lord Jesus".
We have some sad news. As you know we had to take Mouse to hospital with serious health issues. Today we found out he went to be with the Lord. He was only 6.
We rest assured that the merciful God we serve will gather these young