Message South Africa brings the dynamic mix of creative mission, community transformation and Christ-centred enterprise to Cape Town, with the aim of multiplying throughout South Africa in the coming years.
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Andy Hawthorne shares his highlights of what’s happened at The Message throughout 2019.
Cape Town is never too far from international headlines at the moment as crime and gangsterism grips whole communities. At times it seems bleak but head to Gangstar Café in Mowbray and there you’ll hear stories of hope that go against what the media says.
On Thursday 1 November 2018 our team in Cape Town, South Africa hosted their very first Urban Hero Awards.
Steve was sentenced to 22 years in prison. He’s now out and living with a new, God-given identity
In South Africa, we’re expanding faster than ever. Here’s the latest news…
Play your part in supporting our Eden teams in South Africa – apply today for this part-time volunteer role
Andy looks back at the highs and lows of 2016 – a year full of amazing surprises and many salvations
Ying Kai shares how we can effectively fulfil the great commission through a radical exponential approach to sharing the gospel.
In this extract from his new book Here I Am, Seek Me, Andy Hawthorne highlights the importance of placing prayer, worship and waiting on the Lord at the centre of everything we do.
Andy Hawthorne reflects on how we deal with the rollercoaster of massive highs and lows of kingdom breakthroughs.
John Williams has overcome incredible obstacles in his own life, which led him to launch Enable, our latest creative mission team, helping children and young people with complex needs.
After MK committed his life to Christ while in prison, God called him to launch a football project to impact young men. Today that dream has become a reality as MK is mentoring 16 boys and introducing them to his faith in Jesus as part of Eden Nyanga in South Africa.
Danny McEwan, who recently joined our MEC Building Services team, went from being a nine stone, homeless, heroin addict, to someone with a passion to reach those for Christ who were stuck in the same boat he’d been in.