Mark Labuschagne Ministries
It took a year
Posted by Mark Labuschagne on Wednesday, November 19, 2014
It took a year of praying and waiting on the Lord, but in the end, the vehicle is here and we cannot thank the Lord enough for the gift to the ministry.
Toyota Land Cruiser 4.5ltr manual transmission (Stick Shift) 4x4
God continues to lead us through the doors he has opened and this vehicle will enable us to do so much more. We thank our friend for giving this vehicle, which has been registered in our name, to us and we can now get on with the business of serving those we have been sent to, without having to worry about transport.
The blessing is...
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At the age of 12, God called Mark to ministry and for the last 44-years his desire to stay true to this calling remains his passion. It was in the desert place, the road less traveled that God gave Mark a prophetic voice and sent him to the nations. In his 30 years of ministry, Mark has traveled to 60 countries and has seen the hand of God move in amazing ways in the hearts and lives of those he was sent to. He has a special love for the USA, a nation that he has visited and traveled extensively for over some 20 years. He currently lives between South Africa and Botswana and is an accomplished pianist, a sort after speaker, a respected preacher and seasoned prophet who desires to see the Kingdom of God established in the hearts of people across the earth. Married to Andi, they have two children, Carey 30, now married to Matthew and Ryan 28, engaged to Chantal, with Arabella their first grand baby and a cat named Tiga...
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