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Christmas Giving

We are excited that our Facilities Director, Dan Peront, has recently joined the team in South Africa!  He has put together a list of items needed to build and outfit our workshop as we start our building projects. We would like to invite you to partner with Onthatile as you think about year end giving opportunities for 2018. Your

National Adoption Coalition of SA

Hello Dear Friends, A study done by the National Adoption Coalition of SA highlights the incredible opportunity our ministry has to continue impacting South African children for Christ! Here is some of the staggering information reported: 1.  2,830 babies are abandoned annually 2.  2 out of every 3 babies that are abandoned die 3.  Late term abortions

We have exciting news to share with you!

We have exciting news to share with you!  The Lord continues to grow our ministry and we are welcoming new members to our team. We are excited to introduce you to our new ministry partners, Andrew & Katie Hemingway and family. As we have shared with you previously, we believe the best way to reach orphans

Official Languages in South Africa

  Dear Friends, There are eleven (yes, 11!) official languages in South Africa–and many more that are spoken!  And just with our current staff, we have 5 different home languages represented. Will you pray with us as we seek to help our staff better understand the Bible in their home language?  We are working to help

Awareness for Onthatile

Hello Friends! Help us raise awareness for Onthatile!  You can purchase Onthatile apparel until August 25th–there are many different options (t-shirts, sweatshirts, etc) and colors!  Check out the options that are available, and if you order, please send us a photo!! 🙂 PRAYER REQUEST  Please join us in prayer for our plans to return to the US

Prayer Requests

Hello Friends! It’s November, which means summer is here in South Africa–it still seems strange for us after so many years of winter in New Hampshire!  We are having a big group of friends over next week to celebrate Thanksgiving–a mix of Americans and South Africans.  It’s fun to continue old traditions and start new ones.