It was never about us

Posted by Mark Labuschagne on Sunday, March 27, 2011
Chantal went home this week after being here in Cape Town for a month. It was real fun having her stay here and I trust that the deposit we made in her life, will bear fruit in time to come. Chantal is Ryan's girlfriend and as she lives in Johannesburg, the two commute every so often, long distant relationships, not always easy. Nevertheless, we like having her come and stay. We traveled around a lot this time, showing her some of the places of interest. The cape has so much to offer and even though we see it over and over again, I just cannot see myself living any where else. This is home for us and both Andi and I are grateful we have the opportunity to live in such a beautiful place.

We have also had many good reports for friends of ours about how their businesses are being blessed and the rain the Lord has sent has provided much relieve for many farmers and we can only thank the Lord for his kindness in this regard.

So, this has not been a very eventful week for us, but we nevertheless remain in a state of worship as we constantly remind ourselves of the goodness of the Lord. Ministry is a little quiet as there have not been too many invitations, but we know that the Lord will open the right doors at the right time and so we rest in the fact that it was never about us. 

Our prayer is that the Lord whom we serve will manifest in power in the lives of those who seek Him and we want to encourage you reading this today, to make Jesus the very reason you live.



Our love for our Father


Mark Labuschagne We are a vessel set apart, cleansed, emptied, consecrated; just standing, waiting every moment for God, in Christ, by the Holy Spirit, to work out in us as much of the holiness and the life of His Son as pleases Him We worship Him only!

Ministry Bio


Mark Labuschagne 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...