A home for Prieska

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Originally Prieska and his friends stayed in a bush near the church.  They slept there and then spent the greater part of their days gambling.  No one worked.  They collected bottles, begged everywhere, and gambled with whatever money they could get.  This usually carried on until one won enough to buy a bottle of ‘Vaaljapie’ or something similar. During that time they slept under the carport behind the church whenever it rained.  But during the next summer the bush was cut in order to make provision for a new shopping centre.  Then the group moved to the church and settled underneath and on top of the carport near the kitchen.  The carport was also their wardrobe, where they kept their clothes and blankets.  As these yard-sneakers became settled, they came back earlier in the evenings.  During that time a woman named Polly, with a two-month old baby, moved in with them.  In the biting Gauteng cold and frost Prieska and his friends needed more and more alcohol and also used Polly to warm their bodies.  This led to a terrible noise, shouting and bickering.  Neighbours didn’t have any rest, and the community’s unhappiness soon became known.  At one stage Polly moved back to the Karoo, but not for long.  She came again. As could be expected, ripples of unhappiness about the situation started in the congregation.  The outreach group started a special relationship with these yard-sneakers.  During the winter some members of the group provided bread and soup once a week.  And the sincerity with which this group proclaimed the gospel and tried to convince the others to find jobs and change their lives went much deeper than duty alone.  On one occasion I also took them some bread, but they were not too impressed.  They looked at it and then Prieska, the leader, said in a dissatisfied voice:  ‘But this is only bread!’ Other reactions in the congregation were not so mild.  First the church staff started moaning.  They were tired of cleaning up the mess every now and again.  Solly, the caretaker, and Anne, supervisor of the gardens, soon voiced their dissatisfaction.  ‘It is a disgrace that the church allows this!’ they said.  ‘We cannot let them live in the garden.  If only they wanted to be helped, we could have done something.  Perhaps built some toilets for them …  But no, they don’t want any help!’ Amanda, of the Women’s Group, was concerned about the hygiene in the kitchen, as well as the safety of ladies who had to do duty in the kitchen in the late afternoon or evenings – especially over weekends.  John, of the Properties Committee, supported Amanda and Anne.  He pointed out the impossibility of amenities.  ‘It will only bring more such people, and create an even bigger mess.’ Mary in the church office was worried about the safety of the ladies in the office, especially in the light of the growing number of beggars who came to the church for help.  The ladies wanted to do something to change the situation, but no one could say what the solution was.  ‘We cannot leave them like this.  Its just not right!’ Other viewpoints among church members were abundant.  One elder’s wife, who stayed next to the church, had the following comment: ‘They are bad from the inside, and I have no time for bad people.  They only drink and beg all day and we must get rid of them immediately. As the situation became known among more members of the congregation, many discussions popped up.  Some Bible study groups often discussed the situation during their meetings.  Here and there it cropped up at committee meetings.  Even the ministers often discussed this during their weekly get-togethers.  Harry pointed out that many congregations hand out soup, and at the same time try to evangelize such people, but there was nobody who could provide a home, work and medical care. Peter agreed, but at the same time warned them about the reaction of the congregation and the community if they wanted to let them stay on the church premises or even in the church hall.  ‘Not everyone feels like we do,’ he said.  ‘This is a sensitive matter and we must also consider municipal regulations.  Don’t forget Romans 13, which is very clear about this.’ Andy thought of everything.  ‘Brethren, we must be practical.  Alexandra’s Governing Board has already tried dealing with the problem.  Finally they had to rent offices in Sandton while the offices in Alexandra were used as accommodation for these people.  There is only one way to go:  Contact the municipality’s safety division and let them remove these people.’ ‘Within two days they’ll be back,’ was Vivian’s objection.  ‘And think about the newspapers,’ he added dramatically, ‘Dutch Reformed Church removes squatters.  We certainly don’t need that!’ And then Urs Anderson arrived to hold a series of pentecostal meetings at the church.  First of all he reminded us that God was merciful.  But then he added that this grace was not cheap.  It would cost us something.  And the worst is that he needed one whole evening to convince me that we refuse to give God that something.  We were all living well and had enough of everything.  He said we must lay down our lives and take up the cross.  Until this day I wear a cross around my neck as a symbol of the gospel. The next evening Urs reminded us of the Carnegie Report.  There is more bread in our land as is necessary to feed everyone.  But there are not enough hands to give it out!  The bread is not used where it is necessary, therefore it must be thrown away.  And then – and I will never ever forget this – he took his open Bible and put a whole bread inside.  Like that, Bible-and-bread in his hand, he invited the congregation to come forward, fetch a piece of bread and give it to someone else.  I gave it to a friend.  Some of the members went to look for the yard-sneakers.  It felt as if those pentecostal meetings brought everything to a head.  One group of ladies undertook to take sandwiches for the yard-sneakers daily, and someone else donated blankets. About that time the community around the church started complaining more and more.  During winter the yard-sneakers increased.  Some people even maintained that the 10 became 40.  More and more accusations about theft were made.  Incidents of bothering buyers at shops in the area, even cursing and yelling at them, increased.  Eventually I didn’t want to go shopping in that area any more.  Some of the neighbours started using violence – and threats of more violence were made.  Prieska and his friends were accused of everything that went wrong.   One resident near the church, Russel Austin, telephoned and he was extremely cross.  ‘If one of them puts a foot in my yard, I’ll shoot them all,’ he yelled.  There was also a ‘friendly ultimatum’: the congregation had to choose – either they must remove the yard-sneakers and take steps to avoid the recurrence of similar incidents, or the congregation had to provide proper amenities, which would be acceptable to the community.  ‘Remember,’ he added, ‘you know about them, and you give them food and blankets …’ 

Shortly afterwards dissatisfied church members, under leadership of an area leader, wrote a letter to the church council with the request to have yard-sneakers removed.  A sub-committee was appointed to find a solution to this delicate problem.

A Question of Time

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As convener of the conflict resolution group for Tabernacle Ministries you receive this report from Pastor Green, a retired pastor who was called in by members of the Redwood Tabernacle Church to help with problems in the  church. Pastor Green has no formal training in Conflict Resolution and so he feels out of his depth. He is a good listener however and drafted this report based on his conversations with the concerned group and with the leadership. THE VIEW OF THE CONCERNED GROUP The concerned group is a group of members of Redwood Tabernacle Church who have organized themselves into a pressure group in order to express their opposition to the proposed move by the leadership to change the morning worship service from 10h30 to 09h00. They object to the way in which the decision has been made without consultation. They are all people who are dependant on public transport to get to church and the 09h00 start will mean that they will have to catch the 07h00 bus to church as buses run once every 2 hours and the next one is at 09h00 (this would mean that they would be a half an hour late for church. The cost of a taxi on a Sunday would be double the bus fare and they cannot afford this. 80% of the concerned group are members of the gospel choir and together they make up more than half of the gospel choir. They believe that the leadership have exceeded their authority as the congregation’s constitution states that any decision to change the times of services requires a simple majority vote (50%+1) of all members of the congregation. Members of the concerned group want to be part of the congregation but they feel that the leadership are pushing them out. They related how that last Sunday, Mary Albertyn, the leader of the concerned group, had explained to John Abrahams, the convener of the leadership team, that if the time of service was changed, they would no longer have enough money to give to the church and they may not even be able to attend church. It was a fairly heated exchange and voices were raised. Mary Albertyn reported that John Abrahams had walked off mumbling to himself that the concerned group would be sorry if they tried to blackmail the leaders and that they would be under God’s judgment.  The concerned group feel that their pleas to the leaders have fallen on deaf ears and that the pastor, James White, seems unwilling to take a firm stand one way or the other (although the group confided that they believe that he was the key mover for the change of time). The group has affirmed their commitment to take action and bring an end to what they regard as the insensitive and high-handed behaviour of the leaders. THE VIEW OF THE LEADERSHIP TEAM The leadership team of Redwood Tabernacle is concerned about the decline in church membership and attendance. This had led to a decline in income for the church and it was becoming increasingly difficult to balance the budget. They did not want to cause alarm in the church and so they had embarked on a plan to cut down on costs and look for additional income so that they could make it through the slump. They are confident that if the church can survive this short term financial crisis, then more energy can be devoted to rebuilding the congregation.  The leadership under the chairmanship of John Abrahams believes that recent developments appear to be confirming that God is opening a way for more finances to be released. Eastridge Tabernacle congregation, their sister church located 20 kms from them, can no longer afford a fulltime pastor. They have asked the Redwood Tabernacle leaders if Pastor White can lead their worship services which start at 11h00 each Sunday. Eastridge Tabernacle has also been approached by the True Evangelical Church next door (which is experiencing rapid growth) if they can use their buildings for Sunday school classes between 09h00 and 10h30 each Sunday. The True Evangelical Church is willing to pay R5000 per month for the use of the building. Eastridge Tabernacle is willing to pay this R5000 per month over to Redwood Tabernacle if they can have the services of Pastor White on a Sunday morning for their 11h00 worship service. R5000 is the exact amount of the monthly shortfall in Redwood Tabernacle’s income. All that the Redwood leaders believe they have to do is to shift the times of their services and their short term financial worries will be resolved.  The leaders feel deeply hurt by the attitude and behaviour of the concerned group. They have acted in contravention of the church’s constitution that expressly prohibits the formation of groups in the church without the approval of the church leadership. They see the concerned group as a group of reactionary people who want to hold onto the past no matter what. They have explained to the congregation that the decision to change the time of the worship service has been made prayerfully and in the best interests of the church. The leaders have chosen not to give details because they don’t want to feed into the spirit of despondency which is already in the church and want instead to move forward in the power of the Lord. The leaders feel that despite their reassurances the concerned group appear to have continued to undermine their leadership and question their integrity. They related a recent encounter in which John Abrahams had been confronted by Mary Albertyn the leader of the concerned group. According to John Abrahams she had behaved aggressively and had threatened to withdraw all members of the concerned group from the choir and to withdraw all their financial support from the church. The leadership regard this as the last straw and are now determined to take action against the concerned group.   TASK 


  1.  Analyse the conflict

  2. Develop a conflict map

  3. Read (interpret) the map

  4. Identify the way in which the parties could move towards a power based or rights based approach and how best you could ensure that they move in a needs based direction 

2008 Kursusse

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KURSUSSE: VIERDE KWARTAAL 2008    13-15 Oktober 2008

Klik hier om die inskrywingsvorm vir VBO week 3 in Word formaat af te laai (60 KB).

Al die kursusse word by die Kweekskool op Stellenbosch aangebied.

Kursustye:

Maandag 13 Okt: 10:00 tot 16:30

Dinsdag 14 Okt:  09:00 tot 16:30

Woensdag 15 Okt: 09:00 tot 13:00

Kontakpersoon:

Chrisna van der Merwe: cmer@sun.ac.za of 021-808 3624 en (f) 021-886 5701

Hoe om die Doop en Nagmaal ’n regmatige en betekenisvolle plek in die bediening te gee. (Coenie Burger, Johan van der  Merwe en Cas Wepener): VBO 15

 Die kursus gaan uit van die oortuiging dat die twee sakramente van Doop en Nagmaal oor die algemeen onderwaardeer en daarom ook onderbenut word in ons gemeentes.  
 In die kursus sal goed gekyk word na:

  •       Hoe ons moet dink oor die betekenis en gebruik van die Doop en die Nagmaal;
  •       hoekom die twee sakramente in die vroeë kerk gebruik is as sigbare simbole aan die hand waarvan die hele evangelie verduidelik is;
  •       hoekom Christus naas die prediking ook vir ons die sakramente gegee het, en wat ons verloor (of riskeer) as ons die sakramente afskeep; en
  •       hoe die viering van die twee geleenthede die erediens en die totale gemeentelike lewe kan verryk.

  

  

Prediking van die Nuwe Testament – in aansluiting by die Leesrooster. (Andries Cilliers, Flip Theron en Eddie Orsmond): VBO 16

In hierdie kursus gaan gefokus word op ons praktiese  prediking in die gemeente.  Daar gaan gesels word oor die prediking, veral die prediking van die Nuwe Testament – aan die hand van die Leesroostertekste vir volgende jaar.  Daar sal enkele algemene insette wees oor die prediking en die NT, maar die meeste tyd sal gebruik word vir fisiese preekbeplanning en –voorbereiding.  Ons gaan poog om in diepte na ten minste 10 NT-tekste te kyk en te praat oor hoe ons verantwoordelik oor die tekste kan preek.

  

  

  

  

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rentmeesterskap en gemeentefinansies. (Francois Cillie en Monty Sahd): VBO 24  

Alles behoort aan die Here!   En die Bybel vertel (meer as oor enige iets anders) hoe dat ons geld en besittings reg moet gebruik.   Ongelukkig is meeste leraars bevrees om oor geld te praat.   Maar omdat ons nie vertel wat die Bybel oor geld sê nie, verval meeste kerkvergaderings in ‘n geldgesprek:  “ons het nie geld om te doen waartoe die Here ons roep nie!”    In hierdie aanbieding kyk ons na wat die Bybel oor geld leer; hoe ons as leraars oor die geld-hekkie kan kom; sinvolle dankoffer in die gemeente; ons eie hantering van geld en hoe lidmate daarmee gehelp kan word; praktiese toepassing van Jesus se woorde: waar jou skat is, daar sal jou hart ook wees. 

500 jaar na Calvyn—wat kan ons vandag van hom leer (Robert Vosloo, Dirkie Smit en Coenie Burger) VBO 31

In 2009 vier ons die 500ste herdenking van Calvyn se geboortedag in 1509.  In hierdie kursus wil ons vanuit `n kerklike en gemeentelike perspektief vra wat ons in die tyd nog van Calvyn kan leer.  Nuwe navorsing oor Calvyn en sy tyd laat mense met nuwe oë na hom en sy werk kyk. 
In die kursus sal gekyk word na:

  •    nuwere navorsing en nadenke oor Calvyn en sy tyd, insluitend die fokus op sy eie posisie as vlugteling en die impak daarvan op sy teologie;
  •    Calvyn se teologie, veral sy verstaan van God en ons verhouding met Hom;
  •    wat ons van Calvyn kan leer oor die kerk/gemeentes en die bediening in gemeentes; en
  •    wat ons van Calvyn kan leer oor die kerk en Christene se roeping in Suid(er)-Afrika en ons globale wêreld vandag.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sistemiese probleemoplossing (Frederick Marais)

Hierdie kursus is vir Communitas se diensleweraars om hulle sistemiese denkvaardighede op te skerp. Frederick Marais bied dit saam met Pieter Kloppers aan. Indien u belangstel om dit by te woon as dit weer aangebied word kontak gerus vir Divine by 021-808 3265 of dr@sun.ac.za

 

 

 

 

 

Fasiliterende Leierskap: 20–23 Oktober 2008

 

CFN bied weer ‘n kursus in Fasiliterende Leierskap aan by Communitas op Stellenbosch.  Kontak gerus vir Divine by  dr@sun.ac.za of by 021-808 3265 indien jy belangstel om in te skryf. In hierdie kursus word gemeenteleiers gehelp om die prosesse van transformasie in hulle gemeentes beter te verstaan en kan hulle sodoende beter leiding gee.

Die kursus is ‘n VBO ge-akkrediteerde kursus.

 A – LYS VAN KURSUSSE WAT REEDS IN 2008 AANGEBIED IS

(Die name tussen hakies is nie noodwendig aanbieders nie, maar die persone wat verantwoordelikheid neem vir die kursus)

Geestelike Leierskap (Coenie Burger en Braam Hanekom): VBO 1 en VBO 12

Daar is ’n sterk herwaardering van die belangrikheid van leierskap in ons samelewing. In die kursus sal gekyk word na algemene literatuur en teorieë oor leierskap, maar ook spesifiek na geestelike leierskap. Sake soos leierskap deur die gewone bediening, spanleierskap, bemagtigende

Hoe om lidmate te help om hulle bediening in die gemeente te ontdek (Hannes Koornhof, Johan van der Merwe en Frederick Marais):
VBO 2 en VBO 13

Navorsing dui daarop dat die bemagtiging van lidmate in die volgende paar dekades dalk die grootste enkele uitdaging vir hoofstroom-gemeentes sal wees. In die kursus sal gekyk word na ’n bybelse teorie vir die bediening van lidmate, maar veral na praktyke oor hoe ons in gemeentes daarvoor ruimte maak en dit vestig.

Gestuurde gemeentes benodig gestuurde leiers wat ’n gestuurde bediening kan implementeer (Frederick Marais): VBO 3

Die missionale of gestuurde perspektief op die kerk en gemeentes, is besig om ons beeld of persepsie van die kerk en gemeentes uit te daag. Heelwat gemeentes begin om hierdie perspektief op gemeentes te implementeer. In hierdie werkswinkel werk ons die hele tyd met wat nou in die gemeente, waar jy tans is, gebeur. Ons ontwerp saam ’n perspektief op die bediening van die gemeente vanuit God se “missio-dei” na die wêreld, of soos wat David Bosch sê:  Sending is nie die taak van die kerk nie, maar ’n eienskap van God.  Daar word gekyk na die leierskapsvaardighede en -uitdagings soos geloofsonderskeiding en geloofsdissiplines om as gestuurde leiers eer (te funksioneer. Ons sluit af met die identifisering van eerste stappe om die gemeente se bediening te begin verander na ’n gestuurde bediening.

Hoe om gemeentes betrokke te kry by diens aan die Gemeenskap (Pieter Grove): VBO 4 en VBO 14

Dit is haas onmoontlik om te dink dat daar Christelike gemeentes in ons land is wat nie ’n sterk bediening rondom armoede-bestryding het nie. En tog is dit so!  In hierdie kursus wil ons saam leer 1) hoe ons ons gemeentes meer bewus kan maak van ons taak in verband met armoede en ook hoe ons ons gemeentes inderdaad betrokke kan kry by armoede-bestryding. Daar gaan veral gefokus word op gesamentlike bedienings deur meer as een gemeente.

Predikante: geestelike groei, roepingsverdieping, persoonsgroei en selfbestuur: VBO 5

(Pierre Goosen en Andrew Esterhuizen)
Dit is ’n bekende feit dat die meeste predikante nie goed omsien na hulle eie gesondheid en bedieningsgereedheid nie. In hierdie kursus gaan ons fokus op verskeie fasette van die predikant se mens-wees, persoonsgroei, roeping, algemene gesondheid, ens

Jeug en familie (Christo Thesnaar): VBO 6

Navorsing wys dat een van die beste en sinvolste maniere om vandag se jeug te bereik, is deur die gesin en familie. In die kursus wil ons gemeentes en predikante help om na te dink oor hoe hulle ’n geseënde familie-bediening in die gemeente kan ontwikkel

Gemeentes-wees vir ’n jonger geslag (Nico Simpson): VBO 7

Hoofstroomgemeentes sukkel oor die algemeen om mense wat “te veel” of “te min kerk” gehad het, te bedien. Die vraag is hoe ’n gemeente ook in die hart van hulle bestaan oop kan wees vir mense wat God soek, maar opgegee het op die “kerk”. Hierdie is interaktiewe gespreksruimtes waar ons saam gaan gesels, dink en droom oor hoe om mense wat ontnugter, krities en op die rand van die kerk is, weer te verbind aan “the vintage way”.

Prediking  (Johan Cilliers en Allan Boesak): VBO 8 

Vir gereformeerde predikante is die weeklikse prediking ’n baie groot deel van hulle bediening. As dit goed gaan met jou prediking, kan dit amper nie sleg gaan in die bediening nie – en ook anders om! In die kursus gaan ons kans kry om weer na te dink oor ons verstaan en praktyk van die prediking.

Gemeenteleiding en gemeentebestuur (Hannes Theron): VBO 9

Predikante is nie altyd goed genoeg opgelei vir die leierskap en bestuurstake wat ons op ons neem as ons in ’n gemeente kom nie. In hierdie kursus gaan ons kyk na die leierskaprol van die predikant, maar ook aandag gee aan sake soos projekbestuur, konflikbestuur, veranderingsbestuur, spanleierskap, ens. 

Alleen predikant in ’n makrogemeente?: VBO 10

Heelwat van ons groot gemeentes kan nie die luukse van twee of drie predikante bekostig nie. Dit stel die predikant van so ’n gemeente voor besondere uitdagings. Meer as ander moet ons in so ’n situasie leer om Efesiërs 4:11 se opdrag uit te voer. In die kursus gaan ons kyk hoe ons ander leiers in die gemeente kan toerus om deel van ’n leierspan te word en hulle volwaardige rol in die gemeente te speel. 

Hoe om ’n pastorale sorg- en ondersteuningdiens in die gemeente te vestig (Wilhelm Burger, Hans Steyn, De Wet Schutte en Danie O’Kennedy): VBO 11

Baie van ons lidmate en gesinne spook met moeilike probleme en kwessies – te veel vir die predikant om alleen te hanteer. In die kursus gaan ons kyk hoe ons lidmate in die gemeente kan vestig om te help met die versorging en ondersteuning van mense met persoonlike en gesinsprobleme.

VBO 19:    ’n Roepingsretrait.

Hierdie retraite is by verskeie Ringe in die Wes- en Suid-Kaap aangebied. KOntak vir Joanie Batt by jcab@sun.ac.za of 021-808 3382 vir meer inligting.

VBO 20:    Following Christ’s lead: rethinking our ministry in the light of Christ’s ministry – Andrew Purves

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2009 Konferensies

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Klik hier vir die kalender en blaai na 2009 vir dié konferensies wat al gelys is.

17-18 Februarie

’n Gebedskonferensie vir geestelike leiers en predikante. 

18-20 Mei 2009

Wat kan ons uit die Handelinge boek leer oor Missionôre Gemeentewees. ‘n Kursus wat gesamentlik aangebied word deur Communitas en Fakulteit Teologie.

25-26 Augustus 2009

Verantwoordelike Vernuwing by Stellenberg.

9-11 November 2009

Konferensie oor 5 jaar van gestuurdheid word gehou by Helderberg NGK.

 

A workshop in IMAGINATIVE PASTORAL COUNSELING

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Centre for Contextual Ministry

 

The
CENTER FOR CONTEXTUAL MINISTRY ,

University of Pretoria

presents:

 


A workshop in

 

IMAGINATIVE PASTORAL COUNSELING

 

BY

 

Julian Müller & Lourens Human

 

With co-presenters:

 

JILL FREEDMAN & GENE COMBS

 

CONTENT

 

Freedman
and Combs are internationally known for their leading role as theorists and
family therapists working in the narrative field. Their books, and especially
Narrative Therapy, are well known
and used all over the world. They conduct workshops and courses on various
levels and their Family Centre in Evanston, USA, is famous for the quality of
the courses and therapeutic work present annually. They have co-presented
many courses with Michael White and David Epston and can be regarded as world
leaders in the narrative approach.

 

Freedman
and Combs visited South Africa previously and conducted a level one workshop
in Pretoria. Julian Müller has attended both the level one and two workshops
in Evanston and has also participated with them in an international conference.

 

Prof
Julian Müller and Dr Lourens Human are both lecturers at the University of
Pretoria and are known for their courses and workshops in the narrative
approach to counselling. The workshop of 2008 will be the 8th in
the imaginative way of understanding and conducting pastoral therapeutic
situations
.
 

 

 

NATURE
OF THE WORKSHOP
:

 

This
is an interactive workshop with a lot of practical exercises, role-plays and
sharing of personal experiences.

 

DATE:

 

25-27
AUGUST 2008.

 

VENUE:

 

CE@UP,
Post Graduate School, University of Pretoria

 

COST:

 

·        R1800-00 per person

 

This
includes all study material, refreshments, two lunches and the certificate
for those who qualify. The price as published in the English prospectus had
to change to include refreshments and expenses of the two well known world
leaders in this field. 

 

A
maximum of 36 will be allowed to attend the workshop.

  

INFORMATION
and REGISTRATION:

 

At
the offices of CENTRE FOR CONTEXTUAL MINISTRY, Mrs Suki van Jaarsveld at 012
420 4951/2. Email: suki.vanjaarsveld@up.ac.za.
Fax: 012 420 2000.

 

Ou Testament

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Ou Testament

Genesis
Genesis
1:1-5 (Ep 2000)

Genesis
18:1-10 (KK 2001)

Genesis
18:20-32 (KK 2001)

Genesis
32:22-32 (KK 2001)

Genesis
6:9-22; 7:24; 8:14-19 (KK2002)

Genesis
12:1-9 (KK 2002)

Genesis
21:8-21 (KK 2002)

Genesis
22:1-14 (KK 2002)

Genesis
24:34-38, 42-49, 58-67 (KK 2002)

Genesis
25:19-34 (KK 2002)

Genesis
28:10-19a (KK 2002)

Genesis
29:15-28 (KK 2002)

Genesis
9:8-17 (Lyd 2003)

Genesis

17:1-7, 15-16 (Lyd 2003)
Genesis
2:18-24 (KK 2003)

Genesis 15:1-18 (Lyd 2004)

Genesis
11:1-19 (Pinkster 2004)

Genesis
2:15-17;3:1-7 (Lyd 2005)

Genesis
12:1-4a (Lyd 2005)

Genesis
37 (KK 2005)

Genesis
38 (KK 2005)

Genesis
39 (KK 2005)

Genesis
40 (KK 2005)

Genesis
41 (KK 2005)

Genesis
42-44 (KK 2005)

Genesis
45 (KK 2005)

Genesis
16:1-16 (KK 2006)

Eksodus
Eksodus
1:8-2:10 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
3:1-15 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
12:1-14 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
14:19-31 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
16:2-15 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
17:1-7 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
20:1-17 (Lyd 2000)

Eksodus
20:1-9,12-20 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
32:1-14 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
33:12-23 (KK 1999)

Eksodus
19:2-8a (KK 2002
)
Eksodus
34:29-35 (Sondag v Verheerliking 2004)

Eksodus
24:12-18 (Sondag v Verheerliking 2005)

Eksodus
17:1-17 (Lyd 2005)

Eksodus
3:1-4:17 (KK 2006)

Eksodus
12 (KK 2006)

Eksodus
40 (KK 2006)


Numeri

Numeri
11:24-30 (Pink 2002)

Numeri
21:4-9 (Lyd 2006)

Numeri
13 (KK 2006)

Numeri
14 (KK 2006)

Deuteronomium

Deuteronomium
30:9-14 (KK 2001)

Deuteronomium
34:1-12 (KK 1999)

Deuteronomium
26:1-11 (Lyd 2004)

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Josua
Josua
3:7-17 (KK 1999)

Josua
24:1-3,14-25 (KK 1999)

Rigters
Rigters
4:1-7 (KK 1999)

Rigters
2:11-23 (KK 2005)

Rigters
4:1-24 (KK 2005)

Rigters
6 (KK 2005)

Rigters
16 (KK 2005)

Rut
Rut
1:1-22 (KK 2000)

Rut
3:1-5,4:13-17 (KK 2000)

1 Samuel
1
Samuel 16:1-13 (Lyd 2005)

2 Samuel
2
Samuel 6:1-23 (KK 2000)

2
Samuel 23:1-7 (KK 2000)

2
Samuel 7:1-14a (KK 2003)

2
Samuel 11:1-15 (KK 2003)

2
Samuel 11:26-12:13a (KK 2003)

2
Samuel 18:5-33 (KK 2003)

1
Konings
1
Konings 19:9-18 (KK 2002
)

2 Konings

2
Konings 5:1-15 (KK 2001)

2
Konings 2:1-12 (Sondag v Verheerliking 2006)

1
Kronieke
1
Kronieke 4:1-10 (KK 2004)

1
Kronieke 16:7-36 (KK 2004)

1
Kronieke 29:10-19 (KK 2004)

2
Kronieke
2
Kronieke 1:1-13 (KK 2004)

2
Kronieke 6:12-42 (KK 2004)

Nehemia
Nehemia
8:1-10 (Ep 2004)

Job

Job
23:1-17 (KK 2000)
Job
38:1-7 (KK 2003)

Job
42:1-6 (KK 2003)

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Psalms

Psalm
8 (Trin 2001)

Psalm
22 (Gv 1999)

Psalm
22 ( Gv 2001)

Psalm
25:1-10 (Lyd 2000)

Psalm
31:9-16 (Lyd 1999)

Psalm
46 (KK 2001)

Psalm
51:1-12 (Lyd 2000)

Psalm
72:1-7,10-14 (Ep 2000)

Psalm
27 (Ep 2002)

Psalm
2 (Ep 2002)

Psalm
118 (Paas 2002)

Psalm
100 (Sondag van Jesus die Koning 2002)

Psalm
47 (Hemel 2003)

Psalm
84 (KK 2003)

Psalm
72 (Ep 2004)

Psalm
47 (Hemelvaart 2004)

Psalm
102 (KK 2004)

Psalm
40:1-11 (Ep 2005)

Psalm
101 (KK 2005)

Psalm
73 (KK 2005)

Psalm
94/100
(Sondag van Christus die Koning 2005)

Psalm
30 (Ep 2006)

Psalm
140 (KK 2006)

Psalm
87 (Feesdiens 2006)

 

Spreuke
Spreuke
1:20-33 (KK 2000)

Spreuke
22:1-23 (KK 2000)

Spreuke
9:1-6 (KK 2003)

Hooglied
Hooglied
2:2-18 (KK 2000)

Jesaja
Jesaja
6:1-13 (Trin 2000)

Jesaja
8:23-9:7 (Kersf 1999)

Jesaja
9:2-7 (Kersf 2000)

Jesaja
40:1-11 (Adv 2000)

Jesaja
43:1-13 (Ep 2001)

Jesaja
52:13-53:12 (G/Vr 2000)

Jesaja
60:1-6 (Ep 2001)

Jesaja
61:1-8 (Adv 1999)

Jesaja
61:10-62:3 (Na Kf 2000)

Jesaja
64:1-9 (Adv 2000)

Jesaja
55:1-5 (KK 2002)

Jesaja
56 (KK 2002)

Jesaja
51:1-6 (KK 2002)

Jesaja
43:18-25 (Ep 2003)

Jesaja
52:7-10 (Kersfeesdiens 2003)

Jesaja
43:1-7 (Ep 2003)

Jesaja
62:1-5 (Ep 2003)

Jesaja
2:1-5 (Adv 2004)

Jesaja
11:1-10 (Adv 2004)

Jesaja
35:1-10 (Adv 2004)

Jesaja
7:10-16 (Adv 2004)

Jesaja
9:2-7 (Kersfeesdiens 2004)
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Jesaja
63:7-9 (Sondag na Kersfees 2004)

Jesaja
42:1-9 (Ep 2005)

Jesaja
52:13-53:12 (Goeie Vrydag Feesdiens 2005)

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Jeremia

Jeremia
33:14-16 (Adv 2000)

Jeremia
15:15-21 (KK 2002)

Esegiël Jeremia
1:4-10 (Ep 2004)

Esegiël
34:11-24 (KK 1999)

Esegiël
37:1-14 (Pink 2000)

Esegiël
33:7-11 (KK 2002)

Esegiël
37:1-14 (Lyd 2005

Daniël
Daniël
12:1-13 (KK 2003)

Daniël
7:9-14 (Sondag van Jesus 2003)

Joël
Joël
2:23-32 (KK 2001)

Amos
Amos
5:6-15 (KK 2003)

Jona
Jona
3:1-5,10 (Ep 2000)

Miga
Miga
5:2-5 (Adv 2000)

Miga
6:1-8 (Ep 2002)

Habakuk
Hab
1:1-4,2:1-4 (KK 2001)

Hab
1:1-11 (KK 2004)

Hab
1:12-2 (KK 2004)

Hab
3:1-19 (KK 2004)

Sefanja
Sefanja
3:14-20 (Adv 2001)

 

Sagaria
Sagaria
1:7-17 (KK 2006)

Sagaria
2:1-13 (KK 2006)

Sagaria
3:1-10 (KK 2006)

Sagaria
6:9-17 (KK 2006)

Sagaria
8:1-8 (KK 2006)

Sagaria
14:8-21 (KK 2006)

 

Maleagi
Maleagi
2:17 – 3:5 (Adv 2000)


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