Mukhanyo Praise and Prayer – July 2020

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“‘For the mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you, and my covenant of peace shall not be removed,’ says the LORD, who has compassion on you.” (Isaiah 54:10)

Suppose it is many years ago since the world and the Body of Christ as whole had to deal with so much uncertainty as what we have been experiencing lately and still are experiencing. But amidst of it all, the Lord promises that His love will not depart from His children and His covenant of peace with them will not be removed. Many things may change and be uncertain, but He remains the same – He, the God of heaven and earth!

  1. Thank the Lord with us that we haven’t received any news about staff or students being infected by the Covid-19 virus and let us pray that He will continue to keep the Mukhanyo family safe.
  2. After the lockdown regulations were relaxed a bit more, Mukhanyo could gradually start to re-open on 8 June with some staff and contact students on campus. It was wonderful to enter the gates of Mukhanyo again and meet some of the Mukhanyo family after 11 weeks!
  3. We thank the Lord that we were able to buy the necessary Personal Protective Equipment for our campuses and Advanced Learning Centres. Pray for our Operations team that continually have to ensure that Mukhanyo is compliant to Covid-19 regulations.
  4. Please pray that no Covid-19 infections will occur on campus or at the Advanced Learning Centres and that our programme will not be affected in a negative way in the months to come.
  5. Our Academic Management team had to adjust the programme for the first semester and currently the plans are as follows:
    1. From 1 to 16 July: Exams for contact students on the campuses and at Advanced Learning Centres.
    2. Tuesday 21 July: Post Moderation meeting.
    3. Friday 24 July: Assessment meeting.
    4. Tuesday 28 July: Start of the second semester.
    5. From 20 to 27 July: Short study break for the students.
  6. Some adjustments had to be made, but the Lord continues to provide in a wonderful way for the MTC family and ministry. Please pray together with us:
    1. That we may continue to experience the Lord’s wonderful provision in the months to come where the effect of the lockdown will still be seriously felt across the world.
    2. That the Lord will also provide for our students so that they can continue their studies unhindered.
    3. For our donors who fighting their own battles in the current economic climate.
    4. For wisdom for the management at MTC as they have to take overhead decisions about financial matters, but also oversee the day-to-day expenditure.
    5. That we will all continue to be good stewards of what the Lord has entrusted to us.

Thank you for your continued partnership with Mukhanyo through your interest, support and intercession.


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