- I thank God for the many significant developments in November. Chief among them was the launch of Project Care, the Western Cape Church’s initiative to prostitutes that is progressing steadily.
- The Church’s Task Team on Prostitution met recently with senior officials of the City of Cape Town to discuss strategy and the way forward as we gear up to address the burgeoning sex industry..
- The good news is that once we launched the citywide outreach to prostitutes many Christian leaders offered help, support and facilities to assist in our efforts to get women off the streets.
- On 17 November the Cape Times published my response to their remarkably biased editorial on prostitution. My article entitled, “Legalising prostitution will only provide cover for the traders in human misery” received an overwhelming positive response from citizens across the social spectrum.
- On 30 October I participated in a live interview with E-News-Channel's Iman Rappeti about the Church’s outreach to prostitutes including its support of law enforcement of the sex industry.
Significantly, this was the first time the media agreed with my views & did not shoot me down’
I am humbled and filled with gratitude by the many Christians who write to me daily to pray and encourage me. Without you this ministry would simply not exist!
Thank you for your partnership. Your prayerful support has taken this ministry from strength to strength and has helped to amplify the voice of the Christian Church in Parliament and the media.
Thank you for standing beside me in the battle for Faith, Family and Freedom. May God bless you.
Take Action - Alert opvolg
Na aanleiding van Errol Naidoo se oproep (brief geplaas op 14 Oktober) om die publiek se hulp en gebede vir die taak om prostitusie in die Wes-Kaap te beveg, die volgende terugvoering/ uitreksels uit Mnr Naidoo se jongste nuusbrief...