The main aim of the ministry is to have conferences as well as motivational speeches at tea functions and breakfast meetings.

The ministry ‘moves’ all over South Africa and has also been fortunate enough to minister in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi


While attending a conference on “The King’s Daughter”, by Diana Hagee from Cornerstone Church in Texas, USA, the Lord gave Nerina a prophesy to ‘go and teach them to observe all things as He has taught her’

Exactly a year later, one of the conference attendees stated that the Lord showed her that Nerina was teaching them to prepare for the table of the Lord and to prepare as brides for the coming of the King!!  She was in tears as this was confirmation of what was profited.

At one conference there was a lady, who at that stage, was part of the leadership of the church.  At the end of the event she testified that she still had a lot to be thankful for. Despite the fact that her husband was an alcoholic, he never became brutal with her while under the influence.  She realized that she still has value in God’s eyes and He has chosen her to be useful toHim!! Although she did not have a lot to share, she could use her gift of hospitality, by taking the ministry team into her house, giving them accommodation for the duration of the conference.

Six years later, on my way to Namibia, I stopped over in her hometown and decided to pop in at her house. She told us that she resigned the leadership to spent more time with her husband.  We received the amazing news that her husband stopped drinking!  Miracles still happen!!

At another conference, while speaking on the topic of inner beauty, one of the ladies who attended the conference noticed the lovely outfit, which was hanging on a stand in the hall and wished that she had money to buy it.  During the conference, Nerina did a

Make-over session and called thisparticular woman to the front, telling her that the outfit isa gift forher.Sheburstout in tearsand told usthat she is sure of the fact that she is an Apple of God’s eye.

This is what God do – He take a woman who is a non-entity to themselves and crown her as a daughter of the King.

We as God’s workers in the Kingdom do not want any credit for this. We are a mouthpiece to use in doing His Work.  All glory to Him who empowered us to “Go and tell the Nations.”


After attending above course with speaker Diana Haggee, Past. Nerina felt the urge to present a similar course to the South African women, called “Renew”.  There is such a big need for teaching women ‘spiritual life skills’ and this course is the perfect answer. The course runs over a period of 4 – 5 weeks, twice a week.


The FIRST “Renew” Course was attended by a group of women from Delft, Cape Town in 2013. They were sponsored by Smithland Guest Apartments,  with a three bedroom house for one night. The ladies were checked in and served with a luncheon.

They all received a certificate for attending the course.  A movie night, show “One night with the King” take place. The next morning all ate breakfast at the Spur, before departing home. Liz Arendse, the original spokesperson of the group said that these women are still talking about this event, after all these years.

The Renew course’s subjects include:

*Princess in the King’s palace; *You are the apple of God’s eye; *Your road to better relationships; *Hygiene;*Stewardship; *Finances; *The 10 commandments; *I’m not ashamed of the Gospel; *The Holy Ghost and me; *Reach for your dream; *Receive the Favor of God.

At the end of the course, a certificate ceremony is held together with a high tea. The attendances wear graduation gowns and each lady receives a crown, as well as a certificate of attendance. Special prices are also given to women who exalted during the course.

The SECOND group pictured at Fountain Community Church in Ravensmead. We overheard beautiful testimonies from women who were unemployed at that stage, ALL of them are in the workplace at this stage.  We believe they first had to follow this course to be better equipped for their jobs. 


This class of March 2017 just finished the “Renew” Course and are moving forward to an “Advanced Course” – a FIRST for RENEW. In this particular group was TWO ladies who experienced the joy of FORGIVENESS and both are REUNITED with family members since they attended the course.  PRAISE GOD for RESTORATION.

Tannie Dora het, nie lank na hierdie plegtigheid ‘n beroerte gehad – ons is so bly dat sy nog in staat was om hierdie kursus te kon doen.



Worthy in the Workplace was born out of the Worthy course.  Because of the high unemployment rate in South Africa it is very difficent for non-skilled people to get jobs.  Therefore we aim to EQUIP women through job-creation programmes, as well as skills development.  At the moment we empower the women through sewing projects and out of this a brand new “company” saw the light.


“Where’s my Pillow”

had it’s humble beginning through a need for luxury, affordable pillows for hospitality industry.  We saw the possibilities of making our own pillows for the industry and thereby fill a niss in the market, in the same way creating job opportunities, for making as well as selling the pillows … and it is a winner!

“Pillows 4 Elders” 

While WOMEN on the MOVE were giving out Christmas gifts to old age homes in our area, we were shocked to see how many elders did not have a pillow to sleep on 😢. Since we launched this project we were able to deliver 500 pillows to two different homes in the Northern Suburbs, as well as disaster relief in the Knysna area, during the devastating fires in the area, where many people lost their properties and valuables

women in dispair

“Women in despair” 

As a result of the Renew courses, we identified a need for women who are in distress, because of abusive circumstances, needing to find alternative accommodation.  This is not a race or etnic related problem, it happen to women in all walks of life. Even highly qualified women walk this path.  Lately we had to remove a woman out of her abusive circumstances and find alternative accommodation for her.

She resigned her well-paid employment when she married her husband eight years ago.  When he got a stroke her two step-daugthers banned her out of the couple’s house and she had to fled.   She is desperately looking for a job, but is unsuccessful to find employment (maybe because of the fact that she does not have a driver’s licence), but the ministry is assisting her obtaining her driver’s licence. At the moment she is part of our voluntary program. We support her with the necessary things she need, while she is  helping  us with administrative and general tasks.  Fact is, there is so many other women who land up in the same situation, but our hands are cutted off because of a lack of funds. The ideal would be to obtain a suitable property to accommodate such women.  This lady have the same dream as us and is even willing to help there, as she is skilled in this specific regard.

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