• THE DRAMATIC EVENTS OF LOOTING, BURNING, VIOLENCE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY CALLS FOR REFLECTION BY ALL

    Comment by: Pastor Ray McCauley Sun 25 July 2021: The dramatic events of last week left most South Africans angry, confused, worried and fearful, with a sense of panic and numbness. We have never witnessed that level of violence, looting, damage, burning of businesses, destruction of property, and, sadly, the

  • EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND APPEAL (JAM, RFC & OPERATION MERCY)

    Rhema Family Churches continues to partner with JAMSA, especially in light of the recent crisis that resulted in many lives, business and food security been severely impacted. Your contribution will make a big difference in helping those most affected. Click here to find out more about JAMSA.  In addition we

  • Important Covid-19 announcement

    Good Day Please find this important RFC Notice regarding this Easter weekend, after the Presidents “Family Meeting” last night. Download announcement COVID 19 Announcements 310321

  • RFC COVID-19 update – 16/03/21

    Dear RFC Pastors and Leaders The RFC Governing Board, IFCC Leadership and I, have in the past partnered and worked closely with our government and co-operated with the Laws of the Land. We want to confi rm that we will not disobey any laws. This is specifi cally regarding the

  • STOP THE CONSPIRACY THEORIES

    WE MUST STOP THE CONSPIRACY THEORIES, FAKE NEWS AND MISINFORMATION ABOUT THE VACCINES, I WILL TAKE THE VACCINE PUBLICLY WHEN IT BECOMES AVAILABLE It was 16 March 2020 when President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a national lockdown under the National Disaster Act and for eleven months we have been battling with

  • THE SCOURGE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

    South Africa has recently been spared the terrible phenomena of mass shootings that have affected other nations, especially the United States of America. We last suffered this kind of incident when right-wing extremist Barend Strydom in 1988 shot seven innocent black people in central Pretoria. Be that as it may,

  • RACISM IS EVERYONE’S PROBLEM

    Since the dawn of our democracy 26 years ago, many articles have been written, and press statements issued, condemning acts of racism. Countless media conferences, workshops, seminars and training events have been held on the issues of racism, race, and race relationships in our country. The main aim of these

  • THE LIGHT IS AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL AS THE FIGHT AGAINST CORONAVIRUS CONTINUES

    It has been over five months since President Cyril Ramaphosa uttered these words whilst announcing a State of National Disaster and the National Lockdown on 16 March 2020. In the same week on 23 March 2020, the United Nations Secretary-General launched the COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan and said “We

  • WE MUST ALL STAND TOGETHER AGAINST THE EVIL OF RACISM IN THE WORLD

    In the last two weeks we have witnessed huge demonstrations and protests across the USA, and around the world, triggered by the killing of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, during an arrest for allegedly using a counterfeit bill. Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, knelt on

  • LET’S PROTECT THE VULNERABLE AMONGST US

    United Nations Secretary-General, during the launch of a COVID-19 Global Humanitarian Response Plan on 23 March 2020 said, “We must come to the aid of the ultra-vulnerable – millions upon millions of people who are the least able to protect themselves. This is a matter of basic human solidarity. It

  • Food insecurity is the most basic form of injustice, and a call to action

    This week the President announced a R500 billion support package to address the myriad of socio-economic ills that are likely to arise from the COVID-19 pandemic. The faith community should applaud and support the initiative of the government and recognize the timely announcement of the support package. However, we must