Be part of the Miracle
- Written by Zethu Xapile
During the war between Germany and Czechoslovakia, the Germans lost a huge number of their soldiers. They then captured the Czechoslovakians as Prisoners of War. Their intention was to use them to manufacture bullets to use in the war, as they were also running out of bullets.
The Germans started using the bullets manufactured by the prisoners of war but they soon discovered that the Czechoslovakians’ aircrafts they were firing at were just riddled with bullets but they did not explode. The officials ordered an investigation. They discovered that the prisoners of war did not put explosives in the bullets but they put messages. In these messages it was written: “This is the only way we could assist you”.
A miracle in deed and these prisoners of war were part of it.
UPWF focus in the next 3 Years
- Written by Grace Ngidi
The UPWF has been business like in the past 3 years, and the main focus was the state of the Presbyteries after the breakaway of the aggrieved group, the reaction of congregations and sessions under the circumstance and the impact thereof to the UPWF.
The focus shifted to compilation of policies.
- Written by zethu-xapile
Here we are again with another development, the first edition of our magazine. The magazine will offer women a chance to show case their successes, their achievements, their struggles and also solutions to complex problems.
In this edition we concentrated on what happened at the GENEX level but the following editions will concentrate more on what is happening at the Presbyterial and branch level.