Wednesday, February 29, 2012

30 Years on the Frontline - Anniversary Celebration

30 Years ago Frontline Fellowship was a vision which many described as: "reckless, irresponsible", and "impossible!". It's too dangerous! It's illegal! You'll get killed! Are you crazy? These countries are at war with us! You can't go riding into these war zones on motorbikes with Bibles and the Jesus film!

These were some of the reactions Dr. Peter Hammond encountered as he put forward the vision of Bible smuggling, serving the persecuted Churches and evangelising in Communist countries.

At that time, Mozambique was in the grip of an anti-Christian dictatorship that had already desecrated, burned down, or confiscated over 8,000 churches. Bibles were banned. Evangelism was forbidden. All missionaries had been expelled. Operation World described Mozambique as: "The least evangelised country in the Southern hemisphere." Mozambique was closed and unreachable.

If you are in the Cape Town area, please join us, Thursday, 15 March at 7:30pm, at Pinelands Town Hall, (off St. Stephens Road, behind the BP petrol station and tennis courts, off Forest Drive, Pinelands).

Dr. Peter Hammond will present pictures and testimonies of answers to prayer and miraculous experiences behind enemy lines, in war zones, throughout Africa and Eastern Europe.

Frontline missionary, Mike Watson will also present video clips and slides on Frontline Fellowship's latest Mission to South Sudan.

Please join us as we give thanks for three decades of God's provision, guidance and protection over hundreds of successful mission trips in some of the most difficult situations throughout Africa.

"...And you know in all your hearts and your souls ...that not one thing has failed of all the good things which the Lord your God has spoken concerning you. All have come to pass for you; not one word of them has failed." - Joshua 23:14

For more information visit the Frontline Fellowship website:, or email:, or phone 021-689-4480.

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