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SAT-7 SA is privileged to join hands with the following like-minded ministries:


SAAWE makes it easier for Christians to advance disciple making movements among least evangelized people.

A Fountain that reaches the world with the gospel.

After many years of world evangelization, Mr. Francis Grim, the founder of SAAWE, was deeply burdened with the many millions unreached with the Gospel. South Africans needed to be challenged to do all in their power to meet this need.

In 1976 Mr. Grim expressed this challenge in the form of a booklet "An Ideology for South Africa" of which a quarter of a million copies were printed in English and Afrikaans. Later editions, including one in Zulu, raised the figure to over half a million. The founding of SAAWE fulfilled a long felt need.

INcontext International

INcontext Ministries is a non-profit, inter-denominational Christian team that was founded in 2010.

Our primary goal is to equip churches, organisations and individuals to respond to the world in changing times, by providing up-to-date and relevant news. information and perspectives that together provide a Biblical worldview.

We believe that Jesus challenged His disciples to be aware of what was going on around them (Luke 12:56) and to respond to changing times from His perspective, rather than seeing things through their own human understandings.

We believe that the Church’s response (or non-response) to critical global events has an undeniable impact, for better or worse. Central Asia today serves as a tragic reminder of what could have been, had the Western Church made the most of the ‘open door’ when the Iron Curtain fell – this former communist (USSR) region is now mostly under Islamic rule and influence.

What other opportunities will the Church miss today if Christians are not aware of what is happening around us?

To this end, we encourage Christians and churches to think critically about certain questions that are not often asked, such as:

* How will a shift in global Christianity change missions?
* What is the current global position of Islam, the only other religion with a ‘world vision’?
* What opportunities has the Arab Spring opened for missions? What doors has the Arab Spring closed?
* How will freedom in China determine the growth of Christianity in this country, strategically positioned to become the world’s greatest sending nation?
* How are nuclear weapons in the Middle East related to religious agendas?
* What role does the persecuted church play in global Christianity today?
* Are we ‘doing missions’ for the sake of doing missions, or do our activities reflect a world in change?

Jericho Walls International Prayer Network

Jericho Walls is an interdenominational Christian prayer ministry that is committed to building a strong, broad-based prayer network to support the Church to fulfil its calling as a “house of prayer for the nations”.
Our mission is to mobilise, inform and equip the Body of Christ to pray effectively for the fulfilment of the Great Commandment and the Great Commission for the advance of the Kingdom of God. This is done through the following: To pray for revival worldwide and world evangelisation. To pray for a harvest of souls. To pray for relevant national and international issues. To pray for justice, and for the poor and needy.
The goals that support our mission are: To help raise up and mobilise intercessors nationally and internationally. To mobilise congregations nationally and internationally to be houses of prayer. To establish prayer watches where people will pray night and day.

Turkish Partnership of South Africa (TPSA)

To see the Kingdom of God established amongst all Turks.
To mobilize the Body of Christ in South Africa to serve the Turkish Church to reach their own by:
• raising prayer support,
• bringing awareness by providing current information,
• establishing and facilitating partnerships locally and abroad.
The Partnership works, as God enables, to help execute the Great Commandment (Matt 28:18-19)amongst all Turks.