Welcome to the new WENSA website. This is indeed a dream come true. In an era of technological advance, we as a Wensa leadership team, sensed the need for a while now that we needed a website that was user friendly and could help us communicate better with our constituency. We also desired a website that can adequately serve the broader body of Christ in South Africa. In other words, our intention is that this would be a one stop shop for information pertaining to missions locally and abroad. We want people to be able to connect with one another and we believe that the site will carry information that will keep all of us better informed.

Please regard this as your website. I invite you to participate with us and to let us know how we can specifically serve your needs.

I want to take this opportunity to thank Weronika Czajko of OM who helped design the site and Derick Slabbert, WENSA’s COO and his team at Wellspring ministries, who assisted in bringing this to fruition.

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Peter Tarantal

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Peter Tarantal joined OM in 1987. OM is an International, Interdenominational movement working in more than 110 countries and have 2 ships, MV Doulos and Logos Hope. While stationed mainly in South Africa, he worked for short stints in Eastern Europe.

For the past 12 years he has served as National Director of OM South Africa. He heads up the Emerging Missions Movements for OM International, an initiative aimed at raising up workers from Africa, Latin America and Asia. He is currently the co-ordinator of WENSA (World Evangelisation Network of South Africa), an umbrella body seeking to co-ordinate missions in and outside South Africa. He has also served for five years as one of the National Executive Members of The Evangelical Alliance of South Africa. As of March 2008, Peter is the Southern Africa Coordinator for MANI (Movement for African National Initiatives).

He and his wife Kathi, have a son and a daughter. He loves people and sports of all kinds. He has a real passion to mobilise God’s people to be more kingdom-minded and to see a new generation of leaders emerge.

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