Are you a stingy tipper?

Are you a stingy tipper?

I’m concentrating on steering my trolley in the direction of my car, which if you happen to get a wobbly wheel requires a fair amount of focus, when I spot a blur of orange out of the corner of my eye. A car guard. And I’m faced with the dilemma – Should I tip him? How much? How long was I? Is he even a car guard? Where did I park my car?

Ok, the last one has nothing to do with him, but none of …

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Earning the Right to be Heard

Is the Gospel better received when we’ve first earned the right to share it? Watch this video from Think International on how social justice and evangelism go hand-in-hand, then let us know your thoughts!

In our May newsletter we look at the Mission of God and what our roles are as followers of Christ. If you haven’t read it yet, you can access it here.

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An Equal Education for All

By Amy Gatland

Children in under-resourced schools face numerous challenges to their education (Image courtesy of the Read Educational Trust)

On a bright sunny morning on a leafy green street in the Southern suburbs of Cape Town, two little girls hop out of a car and run through the gates of their school, hand in hand. They are Margaret and Abby and they are best friends. They do not have the same colour skin or the same colour hair or eyes but they wear the same …

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