The Armenian Genocide in Turkey - 100 Years Ago
24 April 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the launch of the systematic extermination of the Christian Armenians by the Ottoman Turks. The Jihad began with the arrest of 250 Christian leaders in Constantinople (what is today called Istanbul), on 24 April 1915. Over 1.5 million Christians were slaughtered by the Muslims in Turkey during 1915.
Corruption and Cruelty
The Ottoman Empire declined into corruption and degeneracy from the beginning. When Sultan Murab III died in AD 1595, his son Muhammad had his 19 brothers murdered to prevent them from claiming "his throne". He also had seven of his father's pregnant concubines sown into sacks and thrown into the river. Many of his nephews were incarcerated in "the cage". Sultan Ibrahim threw his grand Vizier into a cistern. One morning, after an orgy, Ibrahim had all 300 women of his harem put into sacks and thrown into the Bosporus. Only one survived by being picked up by a ship bound for France. When Ibrahim was finally assassinated, the Ottoman Empire was torn apart by more corruption, nepotism, inefficiency, misrule and power struggles.
South Africa for Christ Mission
South Africa Mission
By God's grace, our team has safely returned from a 5,600km Mission throughout 6 provinces of South Africa. In the last month we conducted 140 meetings at 11 schools, 7 churches, 5 Mission stations, 2 Bible colleges, a Ministers' Conference and a Great Commission Seminar.
Literature for Africa
We delivered and distributed over 2.5 tonnes of Bibles, New Testaments, Gospel booklets, books, newsletters, tracts, magazines and audio visual materials, including over 220 audio CDs, 112 MP3 boxsets, 153 DVD boxsets and 26 Digital Libraries to pastors, teachers, missionaries, Evangelists, chaplains and to school, college and Mission libraries.
Confronting Comrades with the Gospel of Christ at the ANC 103 Anniversary Rally
Cape Town Stadium
Saturday, 10 January 2015, we distributed thousands of anti-communist leaflets and Gospel tracts, such as The World's Greatest Revolutionary, Where Will You Spend Eternity?, etc., to the comrades attending the ANC's 103rd year celebrations at Cape Town Stadium.
I asked several of the comrades what was going on in there. Their responses were: "Free! Free! Everything is for free!"
"What is free?" I asked:
"Everything! Free food! Free drinks! Free clothes! We pay nothing! They are giving everything away free!"