Dr. Danie Reynecke
After ten years of serving God in full time ministry in AFM churches in South Africa, Danie has accepted a calling with Judea Harvest, an evangelistic inter-denominational Christian organization with a ministry for planting churches in Africa and India. Danie’s ministry includes the mobilization of churches into the harvest field and likewise the releasing of finances within local churches in support of the work of the Lord. Over the last 8 years Danie have ministered in more than 600 churches as well as business men meetings in 20 countries sharing on the subject: “Money, possessions and the believers’ relationship with God.”
He is recently finished his Doctorate (D.Litt. et. Phil. Theology) at the University of Johannesburg, He wrot on the topic: “The funding of the church according to the book of Acts – Socialistic or Capitalistic?” His vision is to see the Body of Christ reaching out to the lost, employing their material possessions according to God’s will, to fulfill this goal.
What people says about his ministry:
- God has anointed Danie to bring this message of deliverance from financial slavery to the whole church. Barney Collins, Senior Pastor, AFM Swellendam, SA.
- God gave Danie a gift to teach on Biblical giving. His teaching motivated our people to give their best. Leon de Koker, Senior Pastor, Assemblies of Christ, Johannesburg, SA.
- Danie has the ability to communicate and teach on responsible stewardship to the postmodern man that will bring financial freedom. Dr Sam Fourie, Fontienedal, Springs, SA.
- I have found Danie’s book balanced, responsible and challenging. A number of relevant scriptures are quoted and explained in such a way that the authority of God’s Word leaves a clear impression in one’s heart. Dr Isak Burger, President of AFM South Africa.
Mobilization has become a buzzword among church leaders recently. The word is normally used to describe the process during which the local church is challenged to become actively involved in evangelism. This is quite suitable because the term mobilization is defined as preparing forces for action, to organize people or resources in order to be ready for action or in order to take action, especially in a military or civil emergency, or to be organized for this purpose.
Mobilizing a local church involves a number of practical features. The aim of this concise memo is to provide some of these practical features as a guideline in mobilizing the local church.
It is important to understand that God needs the local church in reaching the lost with the Gospel of Christ. Although this might sound strange, one must not forget that the command to spread the Gospel was given to the Church and this command has never been altered.
- Therefore, the first parameter in mobilization is for the Church of Jesus Christ to be obedient to the call. A huge responsibility lies on the shoulders of believers to give the Good News to the lost, and we simply have to be obedient to this call.
- One example in which we could set our obedience in motion is to start prayer actions, whereby we initiate serious and committed prayer for the local city or area. Highlighting the challenges and needs of the city will create an awareness of the needs in the community. Often, believers start to act on this need-awareness and this is one of the first steps in mobilization. Judea Harvest is willing and able to offer valuable information regarding some of the major metropolitan areas in South Africa.
- The next step is to prepare the harvest force (the Church) for action, and this requires planning and resources. At this level, believers must be equipped with tools, which will aid them in spreading the Gospel. Judea Harvest is more than willing to offer some of these tools as service to the local church. They include: - Prayer Strategies and Prayer Altars, GPS Research results of Major Cities, Evangelism Training, Church Planting Training and Marquee Tents for Church Planting Purposes.
- When all this is done, the local church normally takes up the challenge to move out into the harvest field, resulting in church planting.
- Judea can assist anyone who is interested in this process.
Working together to reach the lost is our heartbeat at Judea Harvest. We have joined hands with more than 3000 churches since 1999, and have witnessed how this unity has influenced communities. The result is that more than 1400 new tent churches have been planted in 17 African countries. Judea Harvest believes that believers can make a difference in our societies, and Africa can be saved.
For more information please contact Danie Reynecke