Who’s who in the zoo

< p style=”text-align: justify;”>If you think about it, (almost) everyone agrees that a lion in the zoo is not the same as a lion in the wild? Somehow there is a difference. The wild lion “feels” more like a lion…if obeys the rules of the wild that was set out for a lion. It really […]

February Outreach to Meetse-a-Bophelo

Tuks Missions February outreach to Meetse-a-bophelo Centre, in a township in Mamelodi, was a huge success. I was privileged to be part of the team who helped run the Saturday ‘fun day’ Program. The program started at 10am, but the kids were already lined up outside hours before the time with excitement. The organisation runs […]

New Experience at Crossroads & in the streets of Hatfield

< p style=”text-align: justify;”>A Friday afternoon not too long ago I was invited to a place called crossroads. I had no idea what to expect and therefore had no expectations but as I rounded the corner not one but three times I finally found the old colonial style house tucked away on the corner of […]

My car got clamped, but at least he was a pastor!

Friday, 21 Feb a group of students from Tuks Missions went to serve at the coffeehouse, as we do every Friday night. But this Friday tested my serving spirit to the maximum. It’s one thing to serve the homeless people on the streets of Pretoria and the only personal cost is your time and prayers. […]

Tuks Mission’s Camp Storm

Every year, close to the end of an adventure filled, prosperous and sometimes dreadful year the new Tuks Missions committee for the upcoming year – Goes Camping! A camp where we as committee members plan and dream about what God has planned for us as a new committee, we spent time in fellowship with each […]