restoring sons and daughters

to their God-given identity so they can

transform their communities 

and revive South Africa

We minister in a culture that claims Christianity but sees God as distant and uninvolved.  The people are governed by fear of ancestral spirits resulting in superstition, witchcraft and satanic rituals.  The HIV/AIDS epidemic and repercussions of Apartheid have left an impoverished and fatherless generation which is propelled into an endless cycle by promiscuity, drugs, alcohol, lies, corruption and crime.

 

After years in the field we have realized that our focus must shift from primarily addressing physical needs to transforming the mindsets and spiritual perceptions which keep the people in captivity and darkness.

 

God wants to restore His sons and daughters.

For you did not receive the spirit of bondage that leads to fear but you received the Spirit of adoption by whom we cry out, "Abba, Father."  The Holy Spirit himself bears witness with our spirit that we are the sons and daughters of God.     Romans 8:15-16

Through teaching and training we bring understanding of our place in the family of God.  Through relationship and discipleship we demonstrate the love of Jesus.  Through prayer and in communion with Holy Spirit people encounter the truth that heals. 

Self-sustainability 

 

 

We also desire to become sustainable as an organization   We are generating income and local jobs through our farm, through macadamia nuts, accommodation, and international volunteers.  We hope to further develop the farm in the next three years through donor partnership so we can become a self-sustaining ministry by 2025.  

Our Cornerstones

  • God is always good. I am deeply loved by Him.

  • The Gospel is true, powerful, and relevant.  I walk in freedom because of my identity in Christ.

  • I am significant. My life matters and has great value.

  • I am called and gifted by God. I have divine purpose.

info@emoyenisa.com

Call: +27 79 479 6512

 

P.O. Box 9458

Nelspruit, 1200

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