EL-SHADDAI (MISSIONARY) PROJECTS INTERNATIONAL
ESPI is a Faith Based community development initiative committed to yeast a continuous renewal of the mind and proven moral values into a confused world of relativism, situation ethics, empty intentions and much deceit.
Rather than standing accused of being agents of institutionalized control, our objective is the encouragement of a Godly character, to be reflected in all aspects of community life and development in Southern Africa. The Face of Africa reflects the character of its leaders and its people.
It is our firm conviction that every individual, family, congregation, community, society, region and continent contributes to a commonwealth of hope, prospects and development based upon lasting Biblical Principles and well established moral values that promote integrity, ownership, stewardship, responsibility, self confidence, mutual benefit, trust and fruit that last.
While other world-views and teachings are acknowledged, we avoid the history of fleeting seasons of man-centered world orders in preference of a lasting God-centered ethic that brings glory to the Great I AM who revealed Himself to Adam, Abraham, Moses, The Apostles, Paul and others, - and through Jesus Christ (Yah who Redeems), the Word that became flesh and dwelt amongst us. Prayer is essential for preparing the way to reach the unreached. We promote values and practical Biblical theology that serve as beacons of light, strengthen society and strongly encourage future generations. We at ESPI walk the Gospel-talk into Africa by means of Faith in Action and Fruit that Last.
15 February - News by El Shaddai Projects International
by Social Entrepreneur & Tentmaker Abraham J. Meintjes The purpose of this Christian faith-based ministry & mission analysis is to sketch a brief impression of a “Wholistic” or comprehensiv...
29 December 2013 - News by El Shaddai Projects International
A Christian perspective by field worker Abraham J. Meintjes What does Africa look like at the end of 2013? What had so many countries, governments, state visits, respects to the Pope, denominations, organizat...
16 October 2013 - News by El Shaddai Projects International
Since the Messiah from Nazareth visited Egypt to avoid early persecution by Herod, many Gospel workers and missionaries, church planters, community developers and social entrepreneurs of integrity, had come to...
22 September 2013 - News by El Shaddai Projects International
The missionary and outreach challenge experienced through endeavours and exposure into Africa since 1984, first in government service, then small business and then Christian outreach, seems to reflect a...
10 August 2013 - News by El Shaddai Projects International
The New Christian Crusades for a Sustainable Southern-Africa by Abraham J. Meintjes – ground level community worker in SADC areas since 1984 So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God...
2 March 2013 - News by El Shaddai Projects International
What shall we then say to these thynges? If God be on our syde, who can be agaynst vs? (Romans 8:31) Bishop’s Bible 1568. In The Unshakable TRUTH by John & Sean McDowell, p 384, the following...
Missionaries in Africa - Curse or Blessing?
Oct 16, 2013