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This Ryan Cox’s testimony followed by an amazing song sung to us by high school students in a public school in the Soweto neighborhood of Johanesburg in South Africa. If you want to cry definately listen to this; her voice can change a nation. Pray for them to rise up in the midst of extreme poverty, sex crimes, aids, very little parental figures and lack of hope. The Lord says, “blessed are those who are poor in spirit”. Who would think that anything good can come from Soweto but you can witness first hand the power of their spirit in their music. May Jesus use them to change their community.
The words are “Avulekile Amasago”
which means “fling open the gates or heaven’s gates”
hayi hayi hayi x3 then iyo oh amen.
“Thina siphuma emnqamlezweni sithethlelwe izono “
which means “we come from a place of struggle or our sins are washed away.” I was confused as different South African’s said they meant different things. The bottom line is that their worship blessed us deeply that morning as we were very tired and needed a fresh filling.
Alpha and Omega Worship Song
Some other Soweto groove
Taylor Speaks to media in Mozambique as Fernando our AIA representative translates into Portugueese
Meet the Team Leadership
(Some Pictures are Still Not Uploaded)
Team Director Clint Mahan
Head Coach Joey Stiebing & Pastor Magahti (Missionary from Kenya to Mozambique)
Assistant Coach John Aiken and Wife Michelle Aiken
Trainer Lisa Martin
Utility Player and prayer warrior Tiffany Kuhn
(Above) South Africa Regional AIA Staff Chris Dirks
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(Above)AIA South Africa Basketball Staff and our team leader in Jo-Burg Aggrey
( Family photo Jede, Aggrey, Nikki &)
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AIA Girls Basketball Staff Roslyn and Tiffany
(Above) Campus Crusade for Christ Mozambique National Cordinator Arnold and Rebecca Nzova
Mozambique Operation Caleb
Mozambique Team Leader AIA Volunteer Fernando and Manuel
Mozambique Ministry Team Langa, Alphonso, Flavio
Simon and His Wife
Jason Mcgraw & Ben Kent-
Ben Kent & Sosa (Ana’s son)
Shooter, Myself and David Perkins- Click Here to see his pictures
Ryan Cox and “Shooter”
Our Beanie Baby Border Martyr (There is no diamonds in there silly!)
Just a little shout from me in case you missed it.
In case you miss my scream I tried to teach our Mozambique basketball kids at our clinic before our Assistant coach John Aiken shared his testimony. They did alright. Remember shouting can break the power of darkness. I dare you to try.