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Emoyeni is a Christ-centered 501(c)(3) public charity. We support and provide caring solutions for South Africa's vulnerable children.

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Beautiful, fragrant flowers for the next harvest. Paul said he thanked God that he always lead him in victory and through him diffused the fragrance of the knowledge of Jesus in every place. As we leave one season behind we look forward to the next and to our God to do the same for us and through us for his glory. Last week one of the farm staff got wonderfully saved and delivered from Satan's hand. May he be the first fruit of this next season. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago  ·  

There is a time for everything under the son. The older trees have given us the best harvest yet at 5100 kilograms and ae now bearing new flowers for the next harvest. The baby macs are still wearing their winter wraps while 400 holes are being dug for new trees. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago  ·  

So far this July, we have been very blessed -

First, we hosted the Eskelund Family (Erik Eskelund is Emoyeni's founder and USA director) from Cape Cod for a week. We had a great time catching up, brainstorming, casting vision, with lots of laughs! It was very timely, healing, & encouraging for us.

Then we hosted a team of 33 from Cape Town & Port Elizabeth for one night. This team was led by Dave Peterson & we were a pit-stop on their mission trip to Malawi. We so enjoyed their excitement & we were blessed by their worship.

Construction on the Zhela Zion Prayer Chapel was finished this week! It's a beautiful piece of architecture that will bless this land and so many. Heins Olivier has done a magnificent job and we couldn't be happier. We just have some finishing touches and then we can furnish & decorate, brew the first coffee of many, & open the doors for prayer & worship :)

We just finished our 3rd macadamia harvest and drove the nuts to be processed. We were so blessed to weigh in over 5 metric tons which is an 250% increase from last season! We are very encouraged by this as there is a steep learning curve & lots of hard work.

And finally, Darryl Mather-Pike , Ben Wesemann & Tendai Manyawu drive out tomorrow for a Zambian crusade led by Rosanne & David Newcombe. Please pray over their travels & ministry. Look for their updates and testimonies soon!

Thank you for all your prayers & support! Have a blessed rest of July :)
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2 months ago  ·