Dear REACH – South Africa Family

Bishop Edwin Ngubane went to be with his Lord and Master on Sunday 29 June 2014 at 21h00.

“Our brother has run a good race, now he has gone to be with the Lord of Glory. Indeed he has fought the good fight, he has finished the race, he has kept the faith. We will continue to pray for Genevieve, Stephanie and Langa. He has set the example and now we must continue to carry on with gospel work.” 

Lutic Mosoane (St Paul’s Pretoria)

“Rest in Peace – Mfundisi Wam’ – Faithful & Humble Man of God

Kuyobongwa namaqhawe,

Aphiwe nemiqhele

Abuse njalo njalo,

NeNkosi yobukhosi. “

Andries Tsehle

“Our prayers are with all in REACH SA”

Andy Lines Crosslinks

“We join you in prayer. Edwin was a faithful servant he will be missed greatly.”

Shadrack Zinamala

“May Bishop Ngubane’s beautiful soul rest in peace. Gone but not forgotten.”

Jomo Mchunu

“Look forward to seeing this friend in heaven one day but a very sad heart tonight for his wife and little kids who have lost a special man!”

Jeanine Palacio

“Naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked shall I return. The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away…” My friend, my leader, my Bishop, my brother. May your soul rest in you will never be forgotten. Mbomvu! Somahhashi! Ncukumane!” 

Njabulo Mazibuko

MANY THANKS Des. …For your letter.  How very SAD for REACH, and for Edwin Ngubane’s  dear family to know that he has departed for Glory.   Certainly it’s at times like these that one has to remember that God’s ways are not our ways, and that our Sovereign God’s purposes are past finding out, and ……  HIS WAY IS PERFECT – however it affects those left behind, and the great work he was involved in.

We will certainly be praying  for his wife and two children, and for all those near to him – especially his family, that they will come to know Edwin’s Saviour.   What a gap that will leave in REACH, and we trust the Lord will raise up more like Edwin who are capable of carrying the baton into the work he started.

Our hearts are really sad as we knew Edwin very well.  In fact, I have his testimony recorded since he was at Hillbrow – LONG before he became a Bishop. 

Many thanks for informing us, Love to you both,

Billy & Freda Farr (Ireland).

Our brother will be greatly missed. He was a faithful servant of the Lord. However, for him, to die certainly was gain. For him the suffering is over and he has heard the words, “Well done good and faithful servant.” However, it is a great sadness for those who knew him especially his dear wife, Genevieve, and children, Stephanie and Langa.I have been much in prayer for him and his family in recent days and will continue to be much in prayer for his family in these difficult days for them. 

Pierre Wedepohl

“For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain”. Phil.1:21