Archive | June, 2015

Update June 22-29

It’s Holiday It is now holiday here in Port Elizabeth. All students (including my daughter) now have a 3-week break from school. With that said we only had 5 people at or youth night this Friday but we are not going to let that hold us back. Our Sunday School class was low as well […]

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Plan Your Missions Trip to South Africa!

Are you interested in planning a missions trip to South Africa?! I am beyond excited to be helping Pastor Nathan Gregory and Bath Baptist Church plan a missions trip to South Africa next summer! They have been working extremely hard to raise the funds in order to bring a group to our field and I […]

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Update June 14-21 New Website

We have a new website! We will no longer be using www.sullivansinsouthafrica.weebly.com. We can now be found at projectsouthafrica.com. Please forgive me for not posting in a while. With the new update to the website it took us awhile to get ready to post. Much thanks goes to Trent Cornell for setting up our new […]

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Pray for the Hogue Family!!

I’d like to ask each of you to earnestly pray with me for Pastor Todd Hogue’s family in Curwensville, PA! We were privileged to be a part of their church services this past Sunday to present South Africa.  Before the morning service, Pastor Hogue had explained that he would leave immediately after the service in […]

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Saturday’s in South Africa “The Abakwetha”

  Happy Father’s Day! Seven months ago, I preached my Dad’s funeral after he died of a heart attack at 54 years of age. At his funeral, I thanked God for my tears. I thanked him for giving me a dad that I cried for, a dad that I hurt for. I thanked God that […]

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Update from the Sullivans

Busy, busy, busy! In our two short weeks here, we have had a lot going on! First and foremost, we know for us to have any successful ministry here, we must speak to people’s hearts. In order to speak to their hearts, we MUST learn their language.  With that being said, the majority of our […]

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“Ready for Either” Our Generation Camp Review

“I’ll live or die for Jesus Christ, here’s my life, I’m ready for either!” I am so excited about the moving of God on a group of young people last week during the Our Generation Camp. Several young folks made decisions that their life is no longer their own, and that they would surrender to […]

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