Time2Rise movement starting up in more African countries

Dr Arno van Niekerk, right, presents, Jossie, left, and Romie van Wyk, from Namibia to the Time2Rise uniting-for-change gathering near Bloemfontein on October 7

The nation building Time2Rise movement that is uniting the Body of Christ in South Africa for change, is spreading to two more African countries.

At a Time2Rise South Africa event outside Bloemfontein on October 7. Dr Arno van Niekerk, one of the facilitators of the gathering, said “God is showing us that eventually it is going to be Time2Rise Africa”

Announcing that Christian leaders in Namibia and Zambia are planning to start Time2Rise movements in their countries – following in the footsteps of Malawi which launched its own Time2Rise movement on August 29 – he said: “This awakening is part of fulfilling prophecy: from the southern tip of Africa the fire of revival will go right through the continent”

He presented to the gathering Romie and Jossie van Wyk who had travelled from Namibia to attend the Bloemfontein event, They said that the Lord only confirmed to them during the event that they were called to start a Time2Rise Namibia movement to mobilise Christians in their country.

Romie heads up Mighty Men Namibia and also organised a Speak Jesus event in Windhoek in March where 6 000 Christians attended a national prayer day led by farmer evangelist Angus Buchan.

Romie said that since last year God has been speaking to them about uniting the Body of Christ in Namibia

Naomi Scheneberger, from Zambia, left, with Dr Arno van Niekerk at the recent Time2Rise gathering near Bloemfontein

Naomi Sheneberger a prophetess from Zambia who also attended the Bloemfontein event confirmed to Gateway News that there are plans to launch a Time2Rise Zambia movement.

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She said key people are already in place to partner in the launch but that during her time at Bloemfontein, God showed her that they must first focus on getting the midwives – the nations around South Africa – ready through repentance over their offence towards SA because of xenophobia. “Because there is still offence they are not yet ready to flow with what is birthed in South Africa,” she said.

From the left, Pastor Francis Ananda Chipukunya and Pastor Amanda le Roux, of Time2Rise SA at the launch of Time2Arise Malawi in the Assemblies of God Church in Salima on August 29

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