News Stories

Retiring into a new ministry

One of SIM South Africa’s longest-serving employees retired in June after 17 years of service as personal assistant to the director. “What’s kept me going all these years? Only the Lord’s strength and to trust in Jesus for every minute of every day.  I’ve had some...

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Our new issue is online

Twice a year, SIM South Africa publishes a print magazine, SIMNow. Our spring issue recently posted, and the electronic copy is now available for viewing or downloading at https://sim.org.za/wp-index.php/sim-now/. We hope you will enjoy its stories of what God is...

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Online giving is now available

Partnering with God’s work through SIM South Africa is now easier, thanks to the introduction of online giving. “Here is your opportunity to support God's work in missions from the comfort of your home or wherever you are in the world, and at your...

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Strengths and opportunities: SIM Angola reviewed

Reach the children.  Serve the youth.  Mentor through ministries. Those are among the recommendations compiled recently by SIM’s country review of its work in Angola. “Angola has been isolated for a long time, partly due to colonial policies in the old days, then due...

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No one should live and die without Christ

Christmas is a time when we celebrate the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ into the world some 2000 years ago as a baby, to live a sinless life amongst us and then die a cruel death on a cross to bring salvation and forgiveness of sins to those who would believe in...

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Rebuilding relationships

Even in the body of Christ, brothers and sisters sometimes lose touch, but reunions can rebuild relationships and bring about great joy. Such is the case with SIM SA and the Luchazi people in the Northern Cape. “My hope, my dream, my prayer is that we strengthen our...

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Serving the strangers among us

Individuals and churches looking for ways to serve the strangers among them might consider helping them learn English. “This is a great way that churches can reach the populations that are on our doorstep,” said Sandy Willcox, an SIM SA missionary in Cape Town. “There...

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Partial scholarship programme to Bible college students

May we introduce you to a young man named Thembelani Maqajana? Thembelani lives in the Khayelitsha district of Cape Town, is married with a 7-year-old son, and is a teaching elder at Makukhanye Baptist Church. Thembelani is also someone who has benefitted through SIM...

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Serving the church in North Africa

SIM’s merger with another organisation last year has brought in many new workers, including a South African woman helping the church in North Africa. “There’s so much happening there, which you’ll never know unless you’re there,” said Maria.* *Name has been changed...

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