Fraser and Dawn lived and worked in Dingwall for many years, worshipping first in Castle Street and then in Dingwall Evangelical Church. Fraser worked as librarian at the Highland Theological College. They subsequently served God in Nigeria with Mission Africa where Fraser was Librarian at the Theological College of Northern Nigeria in Jos and Dawn worked in Church and Cross-Cultural projects in that city.
They hope to move soon to South Africa where Fraser will work freelance alongside NetAct to use his skills in the service of 40 theological colleges across the African continent while Dawn hopes to find openings to continue the kind of work she was doing in Nigeria.
In Maximum this morning Howard stood before the class to express his thanks for the application study Bible he’d been given. He was in tears as he explained that four years of reading an unannotated Bible hadn’t brought him to the depth of understanding that a couple of weeks of using his study Bible had. […]
NetAct want to translate their recently published book on African Public Theology into Portuguese and French. Please pray for funding. Fraser had a good meeting this afternoon with the editor of the NetACT journal. Pray that he would be more ready to include Fraser in the editorial process. Pray that NetACT partner colleges would realise […]
Fraser is now in his new office but can’t work late as he usual (until 6pm) as the building’s alarm is faulty. The NetACT AGM was successful but he would love partner colleges to make more use of NetAct support. Dawn finally got her new visa, granted until the expiry of her current passport in […]
Fraser was able to format the latest book for the NetACT portal very easily. He is now setting up two conferences. The NetACT AGM will be online only on the 5th and 6th May. On 23rd to 25th June, there will be a hybrid conference (online and face-to-face) to improve online teaching practices. GIVE THANKS!!! […]
Give thanks: that the Department of Home Affairs has extended the validity of all expired visas (including Dawn’s) until the end of July 2021; that Fraser’s making progress formatting the Portuguese version of the book made available for the NetACT e-library; that Jason came to the Bible study in Maximum today and that Dawn was […]
Jason asked for guidance about how to give his life to Jesus during the Bible study in Maximum this morning. Heavily involved in the prison gangs and the drugs that are readily available inside, he was transferred to a room with Christians (to his disgust), went through a time when he was technically dead in […]
Castle Street Church had a very encouraging evening Zoom session with Fraser and Dawn on March 7th. It’s a sign of real spiritual maturity when incarcerated people admit that they would rather be in prison and experience the relationship and life change which Jesus offers than be on the outside imprisoned by sin. Thank God […]
A staff member from one of the NetACT partner colleges in Ethiopia has reported that the civil war/unrest in the Tigray region has left the region highly unstable. Hunger and rape are being used as weapons in the ongoing conflict. 28 articles have been submitted for the second issue of the NetACT journal. Based on […]
Fraser had a very positive meeting on Monday aimed at making world scholarship available in Africa and African scholarship available to the world. A hard-drive loaded with resources to be put on the NetACT portal has gone missing in Stellenbosch University library office. Pray for the leaders of Hope Prison Ministry as they plan for […]
Pray for the prison officers, who have seen many of their colleagues fatally affected by covid19, to be strengthened in a difficult and dangerous environment. Many of the gang initiations involve stabbing an officer. The prisons are still closed to visitors so even the relief of seeing people from the outside is not available to […]