Thursday, September 22, 2016

Botswana Update

Although we were well received by the people of Botswana, so far, at least four of us have been deported. We broke no laws, but it was easy for them to deport us since we apparently do not have many rights there as foreigners. The rest of the group has now split up, but as of Wednesday night, over 250 have been saved as a result of our soul-winning efforts. There are still several people from our group out soul winning, but since they have now split up, we will need to wait until everyone gets back to tally up the final numbers.

Faithful Word Baptist Church Botswana is not going to be founded at this time. Brother Garrett Kirchway who has been deported was going to be the one to run the church. Perhaps in the future, a local could spearhead the operation since a citizen would have more rights. Either that, or someone from the United States could become a naturalized citizen there. We are going to try to keep in touch with our converts in Botswana and encourage them to keep spreading the gospel.

Although the Sodomites are rejoicing and saying that we failed, we consider the trip to be a huge success:

· Over 250 people and counting have been won to Christ.
· Brother Garrett was able to preach in a school to about 600 junior high school students and their teachers.
· Thousands of our USB flash drives and preaching CDs are now circulating in Botswana.
· I was on the radio in Botswana, and that radio interview has gone viral on the internet.
· Our story has been on the cover of seven different newspapers in Botswana.
· We have been in the news all over Africa, and as a result, hundreds of thousands of people have heard the Word of God preached.

At least half of Botswana agrees with us, but apparently there is a disconnect between the people of Botswana and their leadership. People were cheering and asking to be photographed with me on the plane as I was being deported. Even the guys who arrested me treated me very well. Our expedition was in no way a failure since more people will hear the gospel on the internet as a result of the persecution. We have sent a shock wave through the entire African continent! Praise the Lord!

“Blessed are ye, when men shall hate you, and when they shall separate you from their company, and shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of man's sake. Rejoice ye in that day, and leap for joy: for, behold, your reward is great in heaven: for in the like manner did their fathers unto the prophets.” Luke 6:22-23


Anonymous said...

God bless you Pastor Anderson. You are a great man of God. Have a date trip home.

Rev Oscar Peter Bougardt said...

Thank you Pastor Steven for standing on God's truth

Jeremy Gore said...

What about brother Garrett's wedding?

Brian Zardavets said...

Keep fighting brother Anderson!

Anonymous said...

Pastor, will Bro. Garrett's wife to be be able to come to the US?

Unknown said...

You do good already, Pastor Anderson; keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

Well said Pastor.

This mission was destined to "fail" from the start. God wanted it to "fail" so that it would succeed in the spectacular fashion that it has. Who could know it?!

The "Decadent" Mampane of the Ecumenical Evangelical False Prophet Council of Botswana gave new meaning to the word benighted with his rambling rationalizations and contextualizations from the "Bad" News Bible. The ironically named "CAINe Dungman" kept yelping "Hell God!" like the dog he is every time the sword of the King James Bible cut through his irredeemable soul.

Your interview on Gabz FM made "The Point" most emphatically that Botswana is an drunk-ridden, fag-infested country. It was so powerful that the Capricious King had to get his police to throw you out of the country lest the sleeping giant were awakened and the sodomite-loving government were overthrown. Lo, it may still happen.

"And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil." (John 3:19, KJV). Botswana and South Africa love the darkness. So do many countries in Africa.

To many Africans like Neo who straddle both the American and African culture, this experience must have taken on a whole new significance. It exposes Southern African per capita GDP prosperity for what it is. Being a darling of the West in no wise equals righteousness. Arizona is a very special place when it comes to freedom of speech and religion, but we can be sure as the Book of Revelation that even that safe space will ultimately be invaded by the New World Order.

"Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. Rejoice, and be exceeding glad: for great is your reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you." (Matthew 5:10 - 12, KJV). And so it shall proceed from hence to the end time, so gird up your loins.

We are glad Pastor for you have shown us how to acquit ourselves like men. Praise be to God.

Viry only said...

Does anybody know if Pastor Anderson and Bros. Garrett are back homes safe?

Viry only said...

Is Pastor Steve Anderson and the rest safely back home?

Anonymous said...

God bless you Pastor Anderson from Melbourne, Australia.

Cross eyedone said...

Howdy, Pastor. Where are you now? All seems to have good quiet? Blessings, from Youtube channel crosseyedone.

Maria said...

God Bless you and all the people who made the trip to Botswana. God will always be victorious, eveey time we even say God, he wins, and we know his biggest victory will be at the End ! Many, many, many of us who Love Jesus Christ our Lord and his word are behind you all the way !

Anonymous said...

People I talk to are blinded from the reprobate scripture. They believe Jesus loves everyone and that there is a chance a sodomite can be saved (do to: "all things possible with God" verse). I'm sick Of arguing with them. I'm at the point where, if they want to sympathize with them, let them. Lot was right in the thick of it, and somehow he figured out how to just let them wallow in their own misery, without having to rip face with them on a daily bases.

Anonymous said...

They are all home, but Bro. Kirchway isn't married yet.