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Hendriëtte Muller

Hendriëtte Muller


Hi! I am on staff with Fire & Fragrance South Africa (YWAM). I am staffing DTS (Discipleship Training School). Our heart is to invite students to join our community, to have them engaging and centering their lives on Jesus and to live out their calling. We are a family, joy-filled, wholeheartedly surrendered to Jesus and wildly in love with His presence! The love of God is what compels us and inspires us to take the Gospel into all the world. The goal we have in mind is Revival that leads to Reformation. From "Knowing God" to "Making Him known." We are willing to go anywhere from remote mountain villages to our nations' universities.

As Fire & Fragrance, our greatest passion and desire is the presence of Jesus. Intimacy with Jesus is our highest goal and the centre of everything we do! Our mission is to launch fiery eyed Revivalists into the nations, groups of friends who have each others' backs and who are dedicated to falling more in love with Jesus and seeing the lost encounter His love.

I live in Potchefstroom, South Africa. The five lanes we run in, or our main focuses are:

Prayer - where we start our day in prayer every morning to partner with Jesus and our community. Our goal is to grow to 24/7 worship.

Evangelism - to seek and save the lost as Jesus did and therefore reaching out to anyone & everyone, because they deserve to hear the Gospel.

Training - we intend to raise up & equip others to reach the lost and broken.

Media - we want to help rewrite South Africa's story through media while reminding them of what God has done.

Ending Bible Poverty Now - we aim to see languages translated from Africa and to the rest of the Earth.

We believe that the Bible is enough to disciple nations and we long to know God and to make Him known to all the world. The world is waiting for an encounter with the love of God.

Please be praying for my team and I that Jesus would be glorified in everything we do and that the Lamb will receive the reward of His suffering.


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