Jacksons, Missions

Jackson’s Update 7th Nov 2017

Jacksons – November Update 1


Our little flat in Wellington, near Cape Town, is basic but well equipped and comfortable and our welcome has been very warm and caring.  Many people connected to NetAct and the college see our coming as an answer to prayer. May nothing thwart God’s purposes for us here. 


It was incredibly difficult to leave Ruth in England. The early days are always the worst so pray for all of us involved, and recovery for Ruth with her health issues.


Fraser sees more of his past experiences becoming relevant to his work with NetAct.


We have found a friendly church with a good mixture of colours and ages and are now looking for a reliable, economical car before the rand rises against the pound.


Some news from Nigeria: The young woman who did InReach and whose Muslim friends became believers, feels threatened in her village. She hasn’t been able to see her friends or the imam who’d been doing InReach.  She feels she’s being watched and being told to keep away from them. Pray for safety for them all (including Paul, the InReach leader), and the assurance that nothing is worth giving up the joy and salvation they’ve found in Christ.