Restorers Family Gathering

Join the Adventure


As the World Arrives in Harare, Zimbabwe

for the First Gathering of Apostolic Families Working Together -

Restorers Relational Movement 25th - 29th August 2016                                

For further details contact:- JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING or JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING

Various Hotels/Guest houses to suit each persons Budget.

Why not join us in Zimbabwe, stretch out of the familiar and explore another nation.  

Join with the family of God from across the globe to celebrate God, expand your horizons, and engage in Life Together.

Bring your family, bring your youth group, bring your seniors, BRING EVERYONE !!!!

Make History Forge a Future

Sponsor a child in Uganda

September 2015
I trust you are doing well and enjoying life. I am writing to invite you to be apart of a movement that helps to change lives and the future of children across the world.
For those of you who don't know I am a volunteer teacher working in a developing secondary school, I have taught in the UK for 10 years and last year came to volunteer here at Wellspring. Wellspring is a local NGO who aim to see lives changed through training and skill development of people in the local area, Bweyogerere. Sustainable development is at the core of Wellspring and as part of this training, educating the young plays a big part.

One of the goals for the Millennium Development focused its attention and funding on primary education and now in Uganda the availability of free primary education has seen enrolment at the primary level reach as much as 93%. However these ‘free’ schools funded by the government have class sizes of 100 – 150 students each. One teacher often teaches these huge classes at any given time and as you can imagine the resources used are very slim.  When it then comes to secondary age there is an even greater challenge as affordable places are few and far between.
Having started the new academic year we were faced with the sad news that a few of our students could not commit to being in school due to financial reasons.  Even though Wellspring tries to ensure that the school fees are at a price people can afford, sometimes it is still difficult for families to stretch to this.  We in the UK take free education for granted. Uganda’s children do not have this opportunity and families are often looking for the finances to fund their children’s schooling.
To make long lasting sustainable change in this local community a good affordable secondary school is necessary. With this in mind we are working hard to develop a secondary school that is affordable and allows all children to access a very good education. Allowing the children to succeed in all aspects of life. To help to make this happen I would like to extend to you an invite to help families in need.
In order for us to see sustainable development in this beautiful country, education must be a priority; for this to take place we wanted to give you an opportunity to sponsor a child through their secondary education, primary education while great is not sufficient to complete the work and bring long lasting and sustainable change in the nation. Just £5 / £10 / £20 month could help a child receive a decent education giving them an opportunity to succeed and the potential to rise out of poverty. At this stage we are not planning on offering our students a free education but hope to stand with them, attempting to match fund what they can bring to the school fees, seeking to work together rather than offering a handout, thus making the education provision more sustainable and equally valued by all.   If you’re interested in helping please do let me know by emailing:   JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING .
I look forward to hearing from you,

Cerys Duffty 

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Zimbabwe Ladies Conference in Harare

Report by Sandra Duffty

August 7th – 10th  2015

I was invited this year by Cleopas and Willet Guavava  to minister at their ladies conference in Harare Zimbabwe, what a privileged to travel to Zimbabwe, it had been quite some years since I my feet touched the soil there and I was keen to see the people and hear of the changes in the nation.

Arriving into Zimbabwe I found a people full of faith and hope, a people of joy, a people trusting in their God, full of gratitude and with a heart to see the kingdom of God filling the earth, lives restored and communities healed.

The first night we met with ladies who had taken the time to travel across the country for the joy of being together and hearing the word of God, the anticipation and excitement amongst them was tangible even after their long arduous journeys.

The conference continued with much joy, as the word was brought encouraging each to see with the eyes of an eagle and not be lost to only seeing the ground beneath the feet.   The vibrant worship times gave God much praise whilst encouraging each one to trust in their maker.

Willet opened the sessions encouraging the ladies to step into the fullness of all God had called them to be, breaking free of passed traditions and know the true liberty of the spirit in this new day.

As the conference continued it was evident that many leaders had also travelled with their ladies, the conference therefore developed into encouraging all present, male and female, young and old.

Cedric and Denise Pekeur joined us there and also shared the ministry sessions along with Gareth and myself, many were ministered to and liberated through the word.

A great deal of time was spent with the leaders, discussing around the table over meal times and coffee.  These table times became very precious as we unpacked the word, shared Christ, prayed together and planned for the future.   It was such a blessing to draw on relationships that have been developed over twenty – thirty years, built on Covenant and with a desire to see Christ filling all in all.    It is the time for Africa to fill out all that has been spoken over her, we stand together to do our part in helping this move.

During our time there we spoke of the scheduled Bible Week planned for August of 2016 in Harare.  Great expectancy and anticipation arose as we spoke, please do all you can to join us in Harare next year, for what will be our first Bible Week in many years.   Contact us for further details.

Sandra Duffty