This article was written on 10 Oct 2017, and is filed under S. Africa - Block D.

Helping Orphans, Widows and Seeing Miracles at GPM Church in Africa

blockd_widow_3kidsGod is using the Glory Power Center (GPC) in the village of Block D, South Africa to bring many to Jesus, provide for the brokenhearted and bring physical healing. The church is pastored by Pastor Krest Makamu and Associate Pastor Ronald Makasane. The church is growing greatly, at near capacity with about 300 people coming regularly in the village of about 3,000.
The GPC at Block D is also helping orphans and widows in the village. Pastor Krest brings food and other necessities to two orphan girls, Nkhesani, 2, and Makungu, 16 (see picture), who lost both parents last year and recently lost their granny who was caring for them. The girls live by themselves and have no relatives nearby, but they attend the GPC at Block D regularly and are ministered to – they say that they have been experiencing great healing of their broken hearts.

The GPC at Block D has also been helping a widow named Mrs. Mnyuku who lost her husband five years ago and cannot find a job. She has three kids to support. Pastor Krest is helping her find a job. The featured picture is the family who were happy after receiving some food from the GPC.
There have been many healing miracles at the GPC at Block D. The woman pictured, Joyce, had been on crutches for two years as a result of an accident. Pastor Krest prayed for her at a service and Joyce threw down her crutches and is now using her natural legs! Bless the Lord!!!
Glory Power Ministries was also able to buy a refrigerator for Pastor Krest, his wife Jenny (pictured) and their little child. They did not even have a refrigerator – hard for us to imagine in America.

We are praying that God touch people to help the desperate orphans above and Mrs. Mnyuku with her kids, as well as other orphans in the Block D area. TO DONATE TO HELP THESE ORPHANS AND NEEDY, CLICK HERE AND SELECT “ORPHANS” AS YOUR DESIGNATED GIVING.

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