Today's training

3:16 PM Harts for Africa 0 Comments

In todays pastor training when answering a question using Ephesians, I told the Pastors that Satan is scared of them understanding who they are in Christ.
This was a powerful statement. Once we know who we are and the power of our prayers we can pull down the strongholds of Satan and raise up the Kingdom of God

Greg

FW: PanAsia Conference - it's not too late to register!

4:14 PM Harts for Africa 0 Comments

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Pan Asia Conference - It's not too late to register!

Dear Friends,

Just a reminder that PanAsia Conference is now less than 4 weeks away! If you are planning on attending PanAsia Conference this August, please follow this link to register your details.

To the hundreds who have already registered - we are so excited to see you there, and are busy planning out what is sure to be one of the most powerful and inspiring weeks of 2013!

Although the Mercure is almost booked out, the hotel is able to assist you with accomodation nearby. To arrange this, please email  reservation@mercurephuket.com

What's PanAsia all about? Check the DVD below for more info...

PanAsia - the missions conference on the missions field - is now becoming a global event to present a comprehensive view on all that is happening in the world of ACCI Missions and Relief. Not only will you hear from our inspiring field workers from the PanAsia region, but ACCI missionaries from Africa and Europe are also joining to present on their unique work at this conference. This event is growing in popularity year after year - don't miss out!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Ps Alun Davies & the team at ACC International.

Doctor visit.

10:41 AM Harts for Africa 0 Comments

Marco is sick with a painful infection and a fever. He saw a doctor who gave him 9 different medications. 3 antibiotics, 2 pain killers, 2 anti inflammatories, heart pressure pills and malaria medication. 
Many of these meds have reactions to one another. We went to private clinic yesterday to see a local doctor trained in England who was shocked to see what he had been given. This doctor opened and cleaned the wound, then told him to only take one antibiotic and some pain killers. 
A system where people lack the best training is so dangerous. So pleased that he called us to show what he had been given.
Praying that he is feeling better today.

Greg