To the Friends of the Reformation Society - 15 November 2018

Dear Friends


Greetings in the precious Name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.


Do You Want To Change Your World?

Please tune in tonight for the latest From the Frontline podcast on www.FrontlineMissionSA.org, available on http://fromthefrontline.podbean.com/ from 21:00 tonight, Tuesday, 13 November. Emma will be interviewing John, Alieske and I concerning the upcoming Great Commission Course and its unique, practical, intensive Missionary training programme for all those who desire to be more innovative and effective in cross-cultural evangelism and discipleship. Is the Great Commission your supreme ambition? “You only have one life, it will soon be past, only what’s done for Christ will last.” The last command of our Lord Jesus Christ ought to be our first concern. Give up your small ambitions and follow Jesus! “Those who are wise shall shine like the brightness of the firmament and those who turn many to righteousness like the stars forever and ever.” Daniel 12:3


The Causes, Consequences and Catastrophe of the First World War

Please join us Thursday, 15 November, at 19:00 for tea and fellowship and at 19:30 for a presentation on the Causes, Consequences and Catastrophe of the First World War. As the 100th anniversary of the ending of the First World War was observed worldwide, have the lessons been learned? How many people really understand what led to the Great War? And what its far-reaching consequences have been? Also, how it derailed the greatest century of missions into the worst century of persecution. The 19th century was the greatest century of missionary advance. It was a century of astounding inventions and of spectacular advances in technology. Many countries experienced dramatic spiritual Revivals. Christian missionaries were winning whole tribes and nations to Christ in the remotest regions of the globe. 1914 shattered Europe and marked the end of the greatest century of Christian advance and the beginning of what proved to be the worst century of persecution. More Christians were martyred for the Faith in the 20th century, than in all previous centuries combined. “Now these things became our examples, to the intent that we should not lust after evil things as they also lusted… Now all these things happened to them as examples and they were written for our admonition…”1 Corinthians 10:6-11


Livingstone Fellowship

There will be no Livingstone Fellowship service this Sunday, as I will be conducting a seminar and service in Randburg, Gauteng. The Understanding the Present Crisis Seminar, 17 November, is being hosted by Petra Family Church (Tel: 011-792-1738, or email: masina@tombell.co.za).

God willing, the next Livingstone Fellowship service will be Sunday, 25 November. I plan to present the Bible Survey on 1 John. As it is the last Sunday in the month, there will also be a bring and share Fellowship Lunch.


Biblical Exposition Workshop

If you desire to understand, preach and apply God's Word more effectively in your life and congregation, join us for a Biblical Exposition Workshop on Saturday, 24 November, 9am to 4pm in Rondebosch, Cape Town. Please R.S.V.P. to John Clifford for catering purposes: jclifford@frontline.org.za, or call 021-689-4480. “‘Is not My Word like a fire?’ says the Lord ‘And like a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces?’” Jeremiah 23:29


Yours for Reformation and Revival


Dr. Peter Hammond


Reformation 500

Livingstone Fellowship





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