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Fellowship Alliance Southern Africa https://www.myfasa.org FASA Fri, 05 Jul 2019 15:15:52 -0400 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3 Blog 13 – The Art of Worship https://www.myfasa.org/2019/07/05/blog-13-the-art-of-worship/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/07/05/blog-13-the-art-of-worship/#respond Fri, 05 Jul 2019 15:15:52 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=3011 Day Three/Four of Youth Camp Days three and four started with a devo from Hunter and a devo from Logan respectively.  The first session each day was taught by one of the American leaders.  Scott talked about the story of Jeremiah while Matt talked about Samson’s life.  Being the Third and Fourth days, the campers...

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Day Three/Four of Youth Camp

Days three and four started with a devo from Hunter and a devo from Logan respectively.  The first session each day was taught by one of the American leaders.  Scott talked about the story of Jeremiah while Matt talked about Samson’s life.  Being the Third and Fourth days, the campers were very comfortable with us by this point and were asking some really great questions;  from questions about sexual immorality and relationships to questions about the Holy Spirit and God seeing us as a new creation in Christ.

​Day Three continued with a couple great sermons on Suffering by Itu and about how God protects from Ludwig, two of the African leaders/pastors.  Afterwards, there was a student-led prayer and worship session.  It’s truly incredible to see the South Africans give their all in worship.  Sometimes it seems like we’re scared to worship, thinking about what the person next to us would be thinking, but the kids reminded us that worship is solely between you and God, when you’re worshiping the person next to you might as well not even be there, it’s just you and God in the room.  The South Africans definitely worship as if there was no one else in the room,dancing and singing praises and even just falling down to worship and pray!  Finally, the day concluded with a bonfire and fellowship.

​Near the end of day four the worship team from a local church, Living Waters, came and taught a sermon on Male/Female relationships.  Afterwards they set up the music equipment and played several songs while the kids praised and worshipped.  Once the music had concluded, the kids were given the opportunity to partake in communion, something that some of the kids had not done before.  Some of the kids shared their experiences/testimony over the course of the camp.  We also handed out t-shirts to all the campers.  We’re currently waiting for the kids to go to bed (which might take a while) and are preparing for the last day of camp tomorrow.

​Dom Nolt

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Blog 11 – Starting off Well https://www.myfasa.org/2019/07/05/blog-11-starting-off-well/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/07/05/blog-11-starting-off-well/#respond Fri, 05 Jul 2019 15:04:29 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=3004 First day of Youth Camp Today we welcomed 66 youth to camp to learn about this weeks theme, Set Apart.  After settling the youth in for the week Jody lead our first lesson on the topic,  Whose are you?  He set the tone for the week by defining what it means to follow God’s call...

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First day of Youth Camp

Today we welcomed 66 youth to camp to learn about this weeks theme, Set Apart.  After settling the youth in for the week Jody lead our first lesson on the topic,  Whose are you?  He set the tone for the week by defining what it means to follow God’s call to be Holy. He explained that it doesn’t mean that we live perfectly but that we live with a mindset that we are set apart by God for His good purposes.  He explained further that this mindset is important because we live the way we see ourselves.

After the lesson we broke into small groups to discuss the application of the lesson and bible characters that exemplify the call to be holy.  The afternoon then opened up to a time of fun and games. The youth enjoyed games of Archery Tag, carpet ball, handball and much more.  The lesson in the afternoon was on Samuel.  Jody spoke on the fact that because He was set apart by God he was able to hear His voice;  Therefore we, who are also set apart by God as Christians, should be listening for His voice and calling. We wrapped up the day with a game of Glow Stick Scavenger Hunt.

Please keep praying that the Lord would greatly impact these youth to have a firmer identity in who they are as a people set apart by God for his good purposes.

Jody giving the message.

Archery Tag

 

 

 

Carpetball

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Blog 12 – God is Forgiving https://www.myfasa.org/2019/07/03/blog-12-god-is-forgiving/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/07/03/blog-12-god-is-forgiving/#respond Wed, 03 Jul 2019 13:37:23 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=2996 Day Two of Youth Camp ​Day two started off with a testimony from Dominic Nolt, one of the American leaders. His testimony gave the youth a lot of confidence and hearing something like this will be a great learning experience coming from someone who is only a couple years older than them. Session One was...

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Day Two of Youth Camp

​Day two started off with a testimony from Dominic Nolt, one of the American leaders. His testimony gave the youth a lot of confidence and hearing something like this will be a great learning experience coming from someone who is only a couple years older than them. Session One was covering John the Baptist lead by Liney. She talked about being obedient towards God NO MATTER THE COST.  Praying is important when obeying God and setting your life apart from sin. After Session One, an activity was planned for Tug of War. These Youth were too strong for the first rope and snapped it in half, but the Leaders were prepared with a backup. The youth were given “Quiet Time” and encouraged to spend some personal time with God, and allow them to grow in their faith and to strengthen their walk with God.

After they had some free time and lunch, the next activity was ready. Everyone was paired up with partners for a water balloon toss with the winners getting prizes.  Session Two was led by Jason, who talked about what friends you should be hanging out with. Friends are very important. Depending on who you hang out with will either hinder or help your walk with God. Hate the sin, love the sinner. A friend will correct, counsel, support, sharpen, and reflect. Tournaments were to start after Session Two and small groups. Three games were played in today’s tournaments: handball, four square, and chess.

Session Three was led by a guest speaker, Joshua, talking about Forgiveness/Bitterness. No matter what the situation is or who it is, you must always forgive without bitterness. God always forgives his children and we should do the same. The youth had dinner then had praise and worship time and a bonfire. The youth are here because they want to get to know God better and to strengthen their work and we are encouraged by their devotion to learn more about Him. Day Two ended with each kid one step closer to God, expressing a desire to shut the door between them and their old selves and to be reborn as a disciple of God.

We look forward to what Day Three has to bring.

Ronny

Liney speaking to the youth.

 

 

 

 

Tug o War!
Jason presenting Session Two on friendships.
Guest speaker Joshua.
Worship by the fire.

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BLOG 10 – Preparing for God to Move https://www.myfasa.org/2019/07/01/blog-10-preparing-for-god-to-move/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/07/01/blog-10-preparing-for-god-to-move/#respond Mon, 01 Jul 2019 21:54:51 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=2981 Preparing For God to Move Our team safely arrived in South Africa landing in Johannesburg at around 7:30 am on Friday the 28th. We then shuttled over to the FASA camp located here in Lephalale, South Africa. On the way we stopped at Una Pizza, a very friendly and welcoming pizza place that had some...

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Preparing For God to Move

Our team safely arrived in South Africa landing in Johannesburg at around 7:30 am on Friday the 28th. We then shuttled over to the FASA camp located here in Lephalale, South Africa. On the way we stopped at Una Pizza, a very friendly and welcoming pizza place that had some unique choices on the menu to say the least. We arrived at the camp at roughly 1:30 pm where we were blessed enough to catch the end of the children’s camp and see them off as they headed home. Just the remaining two hours of the children’s camp made us even more anxious to work with the teenagers who would be attending our camp the following week.

On Saturday, we began preparing for the week to come, planning and figuring out everyone’s role that is to be played to make our week as successful as possible. We went on a tour of Marapong where many of the kids are from and got to see a glimpse into their everyday lives. In the coming week, we are expecting to host roughly 75 kids where we will hope to reach them through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.

Sunday morning, we went to Agape Church where we worshipped and heard a sermon about how “the church” needs to be following a Jesus model of Christianity rather than a temple model. When we follow a Jesus model, our walk with the Lord becomes less complicated but much more demanding. The Lord demands that we love one another as He has loved us. This becomes difficult when the Body of Christ is missing pieces and as the pastor helped us to realize, each and every one of us make up an important piece of that body.

We then finished setting up and preparing for the kids to arrive on Monday morning back at the FASA camp. We are so excited for what God has planned for all of us in the coming week and we can’t wait to tell you all about it.

Love Never Fails!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Blog 9 – The Tough Questions https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/29/blog-9-the-tough-questions/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/29/blog-9-the-tough-questions/#respond Sat, 29 Jun 2019 17:40:20 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=2974 Third and Fourth day of Marapong camp The past 2 days of camp have been a blast!  The kids have really started to grow on us and have been opening up about themselves, but these days haven’t been without their challenges.  On Wednesday, the power went out in the main lodge, which required some quick...

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Third and Fourth day of Marapong camp

The past 2 days of camp have been a blast!  The kids have really started to grow on us and have been opening up about themselves, but these days haven’t been without their challenges.  On Wednesday, the power went out in the main lodge, which required some quick changes to the schedule.  Worship and bible stories were shared right outside, which turned out to work really well as there was a lot more room for the kids to stretch their legs.  By far the favorite activity amongst the campers was team chants throughout the entire camp. Today was performance day for each team. These chants were to highlight their team star name as well as to praise God. Man do these kids have rhythm! Each face was pure joy as they performed for the judges, but team Polaris took first place, with team Spica in second.

Some of the more sobering experiences were the prayer stars and the wonder wall.  The kids were told to write any prayer request they wanted on the prayer stars, and they would be taken home to America to have the FAC team pray over them (which they will). It was difficult to read through many of the prayer requests, kids asking that their parents get jobs, that their family members won’t be sick, and that they could do well in school. We really tried to impress on them the importance of prayer, and how God is listening to everything they say to Him. The wonder wall was a place where the kids could write any questions they have about God or the bible and they would be answered by Mr. Winter, who dressed up to become Mr. Wonder.  Several tough questions were asked, such as why do people kill each other, or why people hate church, but every answer that Mr. Wonder gave was very inspired and hopeful.

These experiences gave us even more reason to love these kids and share even more about the miraculous work of Jesus Christ. Day by day more of these children are accepting Jesus as their Lord and Savior and are really understanding all that God has done for us.  The kids were able to repeat back to us what sin is, how it hurts our relationship with God, and how Jesus paid the price to take that sin upon himself.  The joy on the kid’s faces when they realize not just how much we love them, but how much God loves them is priceless, and really makes the trip worthwhile.

Dom & Janel Nolt

 

Washed by the water of the Word!
What a blessing having a local Pastor serving at camp with us Thank you Pastor Billy & Wendy!
Janel shares with the children “how deep, how high, how long and how wide and how far love goes!
Spending time in prayer

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Blog 8 – God at Work in Lephalale https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/26/blog-8-god-at-work-in-lephalale/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/26/blog-8-god-at-work-in-lephalale/#respond Wed, 26 Jun 2019 13:37:22 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=2939 Every single day here at camp the gospel message is shared. We have time set aside to share the gospel with the kids, and give them the opportunity to ask questions and be sure that they understand it. Today during the gospel sharing time, Samuel (one of the South African team leaders) demonstrated how Jesus...

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Every single day here at camp the gospel message is shared. We have time set aside to share the gospel with the kids, and give them the opportunity to ask questions and be sure that they understand it. Today during the gospel sharing time, Samuel (one of the South African team leaders) demonstrated how Jesus mends the separation between man and God that sin created. All of the kids were so engaged, and it was so encouraging to hear their questions and help them to understand this message. Our main goal during this camp is that the good news of Jesus would be shared with each and every child, and that they would truly understand the gift we have received

Our bible verse for today was Romans 3:23 “For ALL have sinned and fall short of the glory of God”. As we went throughout the day we encouraged the kids to repeat this verse, and by the end of the day nearly every child had it memorized. Not only that, but they also had a real understanding of what this verse means. They participated in an activity to demonstrate how we all fall short of the glory of God – many of them were surprised to find out that yes, even their leaders fall short!! After hearing this message we could really see them begin to understand the importance of a relationship with Jesus, and receiving Him as their Savior.

It was so encouraging to begin to really form relationships with the kids, and have them start to open up to us. We are very excited to see these relationships progress during these next 3 days of camp, and even more excited to see these children grow in their walk with God.

Becky & Caitlin

Samuel & Jody sharing today’s gospel presentation.
Donald serving back to back weeks and his smile gets bigger and brighter each day!
Journal time!
Caitlin’s crew!
Becky taking care of a bum knee….God bless our nurses!
The children love Bible stories!

 

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Blog 7 – In The Beginning https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/24/blog-7-in-the-beginning/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/24/blog-7-in-the-beginning/#respond Mon, 24 Jun 2019 18:57:19 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=2907 Today was our first day of camp.  We served 130 children between the ages of 6-13 from Marapong.  40 youth leaders plus additional adult leaders joined us in sharing with the kids about Creation and that the God that created everything wants a relationship with each one of them!  In our first meeting with the...

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Today was our first day of camp.  We served 130 children between the ages of 6-13 from Marapong.  40 youth leaders plus additional adult leaders joined us in sharing with the kids about Creation and that the God that created everything wants a relationship with each one of them!  In our first meeting with the kids, we noticed several things that touched our hearts and truly made it easy to fall in love with them.

Rebecca noticed during lunch time that as the juice was being poured the children would immediately go to their newfound friends and share, to make sure that everyone had something to drink.  Caitlin found that all the kids were very patient with her as well as with each other, waiting quietly for their turn to receive supplies.  Janel and Dominic found that the kid’s engagement during bible reading was refreshing as the kids learned how to navigate the bible and read some of the scripture.  Jody reminded us that it is always such a privilege to share what Paul described as the first importance,  “For what I received, I passed on to you as a first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures.” (1st Corinthians 15:3).

It is our priority this week to ensure that every child at camp hears and understands the good news that is the gospel.

Dom, Janel, Becky, Caitlin & Beth

Leaders are excited to serve the children of Marapong at camp!

 

Teams are already engaged!
We love getting to know our children better!
Yummy lunch prepared just for us!

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Blog 6 – Encouragement for the Adventure https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/22/blog-6-encouragement-for-the-adventure/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/22/blog-6-encouragement-for-the-adventure/#comments Sat, 22 Jun 2019 19:56:50 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=2895 Final Day of camp (!!!): Every night we’re in South Africa, the team does a devotional. This time keeps our hearts and minds on the One who calls us here and who has sustained us, Jesus. Tonight’s devotional, centered around encouragement, was done by Liney. She talked about how the power of words can be...

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Final Day of camp (!!!):

Every night we’re in South Africa, the team does a devotional. This time keeps our hearts and minds on the One who calls us here and who has sustained us, Jesus. Tonight’s devotional, centered around encouragement, was done by Liney. She talked about how the power of words can be used to build up or tear down people. She was inspired after taking part in the time of encouragement of the South African leaders who helped run the camp this week. This led us to reflect upon what encouraged us throughout the kid’s camp.

  • Jason shared that he was inspired by the growth that was shown by the South African leaders. He talked heavily about their growth spiritually.
  • Niki mentioned the joy displayed by the campers and leaders. She talked about the campers’ joy-filled enthusiasm coming off the bus. She also appreciated and was encouraged by the fact that the leaders gave up their winter break to come out to this camp.
  • Christian’s encouragement came from the openness displayed by the campers as they got to know their leaders better. The kids, by the 3rdday were smiling and talking as freely as if they knew their leaders for years.
  • Beth’s appreciation of the leader’s integrity and compassion spurred her to put forth 110% in everything she did, whether it was being Sally the puppet or preparing all of the things needed for the next days of camp.
  • Brenda talked about how she was encouraged by her leaders directly since it was her first camp. They were all by her side and supporting her when she needed the extra little boost.
  • Jody and Kathy were encouraged that the language barrier didn’t result in a lack of engagement or discouragement in the campers and leaders.

What an encouraging way to end an awesome week!

Beth, Liney, Christian & Niki

Jason & Khutso serve our leaders & children tirelessly with love and joy!
“Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor.” Romans 12:10
Kabelo – a strong leader with a big smile and a HUGE heart!
Relaxing time by the fire!
Fast friends ….Liney & Chef Khutso!
Christian & Winter enjoying “jumbo” burgers…yes, they ate the whole thing!

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Blog 5 – The Difference Between Cultures https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/21/blog-5-the-difference-between-cultures/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/21/blog-5-the-difference-between-cultures/#comments Fri, 21 Jun 2019 19:14:55 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=2887 Camp Day Four – The Differences Between Cultures One of the most fascinating things this week has been observing the South African children. The children we had this week are from a village named Shongoane (SHIN-gua-nee). As the children come off the bus, one very noticeable aspect in the children is that, even though they’re on...

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Camp Day Four – The Differences Between Cultures

One of the most fascinating things this week has been observing the South African children. The children we had this week are from a village named Shongoane (SHIN-gua-nee). As the children come off the bus, one very noticeable aspect in the children is that, even though they’re on school break, 95%+ of the kids were wearing their school uniforms. As the camp went on, we started seeing through the guise of professionalism brought on by the uniform. It became apparent when we started seeing the rips in the pockets, the tears in the pants, and the holes in the shoes (if they had shoes). This, coupled with the fact that the kids were allowed to wear non-school uniform clothes, started leading us to the realization that these clothes were the best that they had. These kids don’t have the luxury of worrying about how expensive the clothes they wear are. It’s so obvious that big name brands aren’t important to these children. What the children’s clothes lack in quality, however, the kids more than make up for in their dazzling smiles. They are filled with happiness that is prevalent in their relationship-built society. Another difference we see in the campers is their natural focus and compassion for one another. This displays itself in their cheering for each other during game time and sharing their food during lunch time.

Lunch time comes with many changes for us Americans. We tried out “Pap,” a cornmeal based dish that is very filling, delicious, and popular in South Africa. The children LOVE pap!! One of our group leaders observed a child, who brought food from home, graciously share his peanut butter sandwich with the entire group. This spirit of graciousness shows up in everything the children do, from sharing their craft supplies to their seat on the floor. They’re continuously looking out for each other, especially when another child is hurt or not feeling well. We cherish that each day this week, we have blurred the lines of our differences by sharing that we are one in Christ. It’s truly heartwarming to see this style of community.

Galatians 3:28 “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”

Beth, Christian, Brenda & Niki

We love craft time!
Jesus loves the little children of the world!
Big smiles!

 

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Blog 4 – Wonderful Mr. Winter! https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/20/blog-4-wonderful-mr-winter/ https://www.myfasa.org/2019/06/20/blog-4-wonderful-mr-winter/#respond Thu, 20 Jun 2019 13:44:07 +0000 https://www.myfasa.org/?p=2885 This week at camp we are blessed to have 38 leaders selflessly serving the children of the local village of Shongoane. They are on their holiday break and spend the entire day tirelessly loving, engaging, teaching  and playing with the 120 children attending our camp this week.  If you ask these young leaders why they...

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This week at camp we are blessed to have 38 leaders selflessly serving the children of the local village of Shongoane. They are on their holiday break and spend the entire day tirelessly loving, engaging, teaching  and playing with the 120 children attending our camp this week.  If you ask these young leaders why they are here, they will tell you it is a privilege to  have an opportunity to serve God.  May God bless them richly for their sacrifice and service.  We could NOT run these camps without YOU!

We are blessed to have an extraordinary adult leader among us, Mr. Winter.   Mr. Winter is no stranger to FASA camps and has served faithfully at several kid’s camps, youth camps and ILA.  Our faithful friend is a great example to me.  Each morning Mr. Winter invites us to join him, in the lodge, bright and early at 6:30am, before the children arrive, where he leads us in a time of prayer.  He starts out by leading us in prayers of thanksgiving and follows with prayers for wisdom, protection, the children and their families, salvation and anything else the Holy Spirit brings to his mind.  I am so grateful and humbled to have such a prayer warrior among us!

Mr. Winter is also “ Mr. Wonder” during camp this week. You see, we have a “Wonder Wall” where the children and leaders can place any questions they have about God, Creation, Jesus, sin, salvation or ANYTHING at all…then Mr. Wonder chooses several questions and provides the children with answers using God’s Word as the authority.  A few question the children asked today were “If I sin, will God still love me?”, “Is there life after death?”,  “Can I die for someone else’s sin?” and “Why should I obey God?”.   Mr. Wonder engages the children by dressing up in crazy costumes and he dances around the room and then answers them with the truth found in God word.  Here at FASA…we think Mr. Winter is WONDERFUL!  God bless you and keep you Mr. Winter, we love you to the moon and back!

Mr. Winter & Christian ready to share about Adam & Eve and the first sin.
The things Mr. Winter (aka Mr. Wonder) doe for the children! We are so blessed to have him serving with us!
Mr. Wonder uses God’s Word to answer the children’s questions.
Mr. Winter is a one of a kind leader!
The children LOVE their leader and teacher, Mr. Winter.
Mr. Winter praying over his small group. Amen!

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