For Digging Deeper on Nov 9th from the Hands at Work Hub in South Africa, Tyler Ralph speaks about vital spiritual rhythms and disciplines, and how we must remain hungry for the Holy Spirit.
For Digging Deeper on June 8th, 2018 from the Hands at Work Hub in South Africa, Melissa Warren speaks about accountability: exposing, confessing and living in the light.
For Word & Worship on June 1, 2018 at the Hands at Work Hub in South Africa, Dan Waspe encourages us to keep focused on our God who is able to do all things.
We are constantly looking over the hill, knowing that there are more children whose lives are in the balance. So there is a restlessness about us. A conviction not to settle down where we are but to keep moving.
I can be honest with you guys. When I first met you guys, I thought you were all crazy. So now you know.
I thought that depending on a God you couldn’t see was nuts. That’s why I thought you were crazy. I thought to depend on anyone else was a sign that people were just too weak to hack it.
Turns out I was right. I am too weak to make it. I am too flawed to have the ability to rely on my own strength. Too corrupted by the world to rely solely on my own judgement. That is the beauty of it though, that I don’t have to make it on my own.
On January 12, 2018 Lynn Chotowitz spoke at the Hub in South Africa. He spoke about tread mills, buttons and running the race for God's glory!
Each year Hands at Work in Africa gathers around a scripture that binds us and give direction to the work and community. The Watchword for 2018 comes from John 14:6.
At Going Deeper, for December 8th 2017, Marc Damour shares about the season of waiting at the end of the year.
What are you anticipating? How do you spend the time well?
If you are having a time of rest, do you have a holiday or a vacation? What is the difference?
The time we have at the end of this year will determine how we enter 2018.
For Word & Worship on September 1st, 2017, George Snyman shares about Grace and Surrender.
For Going Deeper on the 11th of August 2017, George Snyman shared from Part 2 of the Doctrine Series on ‘Making Disciples’. “We don’t make converts, we make disciples. We walk with them!”
For Word & Worship on the 4th of August, 2017, Herman Cloute speaks from the Hands Village in South Africa. What do you do when someone sins against you? After we have worked and there is no applause, will we continue to serve our master?
For Going Deeper on the 14th of July 2017, George Snyman spoke on the subject of Doctrine and how it shapes us.
For Word and Worship on the 2nd of June 2017, Australian pastor Tim McLaughlin spoke from Psalm 51 about Repentance.
For Word and Worship on the 5th of May, 2017. George Snyman shared how Hands at Work began in the community of Luhonga, in the DRC.
For Word and Worship on the 7th April, 2017. Herman Cloete shares how we can obey the word of God.
Each year Hands at Work in Africa gathers around a scripture that binds us and give direction to the work and community. The Watchword for 2017 is Romans 12:12-13.
Tommy Malster shares a message on accountability from the Hub in South Africa. Tommy is a volunteer from the UK who has been with Hands at Work for five years now.
Pastor Jeffery teaches about the healing power of touch and the importance of compassionate contact in the lives of individuals.
George Snayman speaking, from the hub to the Hands at Work community. He is encouraging in how we love one another and God.
Lisa and Brian Dalley have been serving with Hands at Work for over 10 years, both through Hands Canada and Hands at Work in Africa. They are currently living in Zambia, and have recently spent some time in Malawi.