October 17, 2012

Historic Program Launched in South Africa

Brad Senekal – Outreach Director JMM South Africa 

We are thrilled to announce the launch of the National School Chaplaincy Program (NSCP) in South Africa! As a principle partner with Reaching a Generation, Joyce Meyer Ministries helped to pioneer this exciting new program which seeks to pave a way to have Christian chaplains in every school in South Africa, and eventually in other countries in Africa as well.

At Joyce Meyer Ministries, we believe in the potential of children and youth, and that one generation enlightened and inspired by God can radically transform a nation. We also believe in the potential that educators have to influence the upcoming generation. Since the launch, the NSCP has already gained great support from the government’s education departments in a majority of the provinces in South Africa and many teachers have begun signing up. The program will train, equip and support teachers in a correspondence curriculum (using several of Joyce’s books) to serve as chaplains in their schools, and provide them with a framework of endorsement to raise a morally sound, God-connected generation.

We thank our partners for their prayer and support, and encourage all educators in South Africa to go to www.chaplains.org.za to join us by signing up to become a chaplain.
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