Welcome to God Touching the Nation

In June 2018 we embarked on a unique two-week outreach with a passionate team that travelled from the south to the north of our nation, focusing on reaching six towns/cities. We started in the town of Lüderitz at the historic Felsenkirche then moved to Keetmanshoop, Mariental, Windhoek, Otjiwarongo and ended in the town of Oshakati in the north of the country.

In 2019 we again had an impactful outreach in Namibia, and this time, reached ten towns in Namibia with teams visiting many churches. Seventy church leaders from different denominations met in Otjiwarongo, and received training for the harvest. We split into teams and travelled to three regions then joined at the coast for three days of ministry, culminating in Windhoek.

Many pastors in the different towns were impacted and encouraged. All language groups were touched by the messages brought to different hearers. We witnessed many people being touched by the Lord, lots of salvations, healings, and deep encounters with the Holy Spirit. On one night, 17 people received healing.

We are grateful to God for this anointed strategy in touching a nation with the Gospel with signs following the powerful preaching of the Word. Many testified that their lives were changed as a result of the tangible presence of the Lord.

Many towns. Many people. One God.


We are excited for another key time this year. There are some amazing international speakers who will undertake the equipping time in Otjiwarongo in preparation for the various team visits in all four corners of our country. We will be starting with a training time for church leaders in Ojiwarongo on Thursday 31 March and Friday 1 April. Local churches and pastors and leaders are driving the events in their towns, with worship, prayer and the Word taking center stage. We expectantly wait on God for a revival to sweep the nation of Namibia. We end in Windhoek on 10 April.

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In 2021 we will again focus on encouraging and training leaders of local churches and we plan a similar format as we embarked on in 2019, starting in Otjiwarongo on 27 May with two days of training and then traveling in teams to the regions over the following two weekends, ending on 7 June 2021.