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Evangeline July 2018 Graduation.Latest 

Evangeline Ministries had a delightful celebration on Saturday July 7 when nineteen lovely young women received their certificates, Bibles and sewing machines, reward for six months of committed work. The glowing smiles and even better, the stirring stories of personal change and growth in skills and faith, all demonstrated what a change EM makes in30

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High School Students learn to Sew at Evangeline.

Eighteen students at the Masiphumelele High School signed up to learn sewing skills at Evangeline when offered them the chance. They are learning fast under the superb teaching of Namgamso, our Sewing Instructor. I met a few of them and it was heart-warming to see them working on the same sewing machines used by our30

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It All Started Here!

When I arrived at class one day this week, Phumza was waiting to greet me. “I just had to come to tell you all that is happening in my life, : she said. When Phumza finished her semester in July 2015, she could not attend graduation because she had suffered many injuries in a car30

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She Taught Me English!

I went into one of our leading food stores to purchase cakes for our Evangeline class lunch. Every day, we serve students a nutritious sandwich, a piece of fruit, a drink and a small treat. When the cashier needed an authoirzation for my purchase , to my delight the person she called, Nokubonga, was an30

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A visit With Melody

One of our recent graduates, who lives with her family in Masiphumelele was both a time of praise and deep pain. In spite of all of the challenges of a shack, a too small place and no running water inside, Melody and her husband are hopeful as they are about to restart a small food30

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Meet Anoxolo, one of the liveliest students in our January-July 2018 Evangeline Life Skills Class.

  One of the few students who were born in Cape Town, Anoxolo survived tragedy at the age of ten when both her parents were killed in a taxi accident that almost claimed her life too. During the fire that engulfed the taxi, Anoxolo was badly burned with terrible scars today that cover most of30

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Melody’s kindness

Melody graduated in 2017 and has now decorated our Graduation hall twice. Distressed about her housing situation she came to see me in tears. We prayed together and believed God would bring her family through this crisis. God did hear and answer and they were able to complete the building of their shack. I packed30

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Betty And Her Bible

For months Betty an 2014 Evangeline graduate has been asking me for a Xhosa Bible. Up until last year, I asked students to choose whether they wanted a Xhosa or English Bible. As well I have purchased Bibles in the Soto language and also had a French Bible donated. Currently, we use English bibles to30

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Wishes You A Merry And Blessed Christmas

Evangeline Ministries wishes you a Merry and Blessed Christmas. We rejoice in the message of the angel to the shepherds: ” I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people…a Savior has been born to you, he is the Messiah, he is the Lord” (Luke 2:10-11). Thank you for helping30

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to you from Evangeline Ministries! As we look back at 2017, our hearts overflow with thanks to God for a year in which we saw forty one students graduate from our Life Skills Program in Cape Town, South Africa. We thank each person and church and organization who helped to make all30

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