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Charl van Wyk was just an ordinary Christian man until July 25, 1993 – the day that would become known for the St. James Massacre. It was on this date that Van Wyk shot back at the terrorists who were attacking an innocent congregation gathered in worship, and saved many lives in the process.
“Excellent example of how one armed citizen can make the difference between life and death.”
“An excellent book and DVD combo is “Shooting Back: The Right and Duty of Self Defense,” which tells the story of how one man saved many lives in a congregation gathered in prayer as well as answers some basic questions about church security.”
– Chuck Norris
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South African society is complicated and yes, there are many crises in South Africa. Our Gospel preaching has been superficial and easy believism, with an emphasis on financial benefit for converts, has permeated the church. At present I believe the … Continue reading →
“See that you do not despise one of these little ones. For I tell you that in heaven their angels always see the face of my Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 18:10 God is good! (But as a faithful … Continue reading →
Our friend Kim, Founder of edenhopeacademy.com, asked if we could do a short history video for their students on the ‘Great Trek’. This is what we produced!
I’m humbled by WND Films having made a brand new documentary movie about ‘Shooting Back’. WND EXCLUSIVE SEE SURVIVOR’S DRAMATIC NEW FILM ON ‘SHOOTING BACK’ Lone defender of church attacked by terrorists contends it’s biblical thing to do He may … Continue reading →
“Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.” James 4:7 We had a crazy, busy December month. My turnaround time between my U.S. ministry—repacking at home and leaving for our Zimbabwe youth camp—amounted to … Continue reading →
“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” John 10:10 Giving thanks to the Lord … and you! I’ve been preparing presentations for my ministry speaking tour … Continue reading →
This article was originally published in the November 2016 edition of ITMI Monthly. Several years ago, Stone Hill was a forgotten squatters’ camp outside Durbanville, South Africa. Pushed out of society and marginalized, social issues multiplied. Violence seemed as unquestionably part … Continue reading →