Repentance, restoration mission feedback from Namibia

Erna Goedhard (blonde hair) with farm workers and local people in the Otjiwarongo area, Namibia.
Erna Goedhart (blonde hair) with farm workers and local people in the Otjiwarongo area, Namibia.

East London missionary Erna Goedhart updated Gateway News this week about her recent visit to Namibia during a ‘mini road trip” she began in Kimberley on June 5 to prepare for a major national repentance and restoration mission that has  been on her heart for years.

After a fruitful time in Upington she said God released her to visit Namibia to share her God-inspired ‘Unity Corporation’ strategy for the total restoration of South Africa. She said ‘the enemy’ tried in vain to stop her at the border and she went to Windhoek where her hosts, Martin van der Merwe and family introduced her to  people and groups with whom she shared her message.

“Many individuals were greatly encouraged and offered to help spread the message in their country,”she said. 

Thereafter she visited the farm of Frans and Martha Krone in the Otjiwarongo area where workers from local farms and people from the area “stood up as one to ‘take’ the message and the strategy that the Lord is offering for healing and restoration on the many levels of our lives”. She said God also opened doors in prisons as He had done during the Northern Cape section of her trip.

Goedhart, who says she has previously shared her restoration vision with Government leaders including President Jacob Zuma, returned to South Africa on June 23 to wait on further direction from the Lord. She is currently in Pretoria where she is “attending strategic meetings to share the project with government officials which the Lord is using to direct me on the way forward”.

An interview with Goedhart was broadcast on Kruiskyk TV this evening (Thursday, July 10) and a repeat broadcast will be aired on the channel at 9.30am on Monday, July 14.

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  1. Thank you Gateway News for interesting articles to build our faith in these trying times. God bless everyone concerned.