“Behold, a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages…” (Rev. 7:9). We were reminded of these words on Tuesday 14 February when a group of ten Christians from South Korea came to visit the KwaMhlanga campus.
For many years, Mukhanyo has had close ties with a group of missionaries from South Korea that are ministering in South Africa. During that period they sent several students to be trained at Mukhanyo.
The visitors joined in one of the weekly devotions that are held for staff and students. Rev. Yongjoon Son, a senior pastor from Namchun Church in South Korea, gave the message from Revelation 5. He highlighted our need to love and be concerned for the church (John wept for the church) and our need to trust and worship Jesus Christ (the Lamb-Lion who opened the seals in the vision).
Afterwards, the visitors blessed the Mukhanyo staff and students with lunch and refreshments as well as with a generous gift towards student bursaries.
We thank the Lord for blessing us with friends, supporters, intercessors and co-labourers from many different places in the world!