The District Apostle J Kriel arrived in Windhoek on Tuesday, 26 October 2021.

After a short drive from the airport, the District Apostle checked into his accommodation to rest, before the start of a few blessed days in Namibia.

Due to travel restrictions caused by the pandemic, the District Apostle was unable to conduct divine services in countries such as Namibia. On Tuesday, the moment finally arrived for the children of God to welcome the District Apostle into their midst in Windhoek. The congregations of Groot Windhoek, Klein Windhoek and all Rectors of the Windhoek area were invited to the divine service.

The Bible word which served as a basis for the divine service was taken from the book of Psalms 42:3, ‟My tears have been my food day and night, while they continually say to me, ‘Where is your God?’”

The message for the divine service was clear: we should not let the evil one gain victory over us, thereby casting doubt within our hearts.

On Wednesday morning, the District Apostle arrived at Andimba Toivo ya Toivo International Airport at Ondangwa in Namibia, where he was welcomed by Apostle Patrick Liwakala and Bishop Lubasi Masule.

The three servants of the Lord immediately left for Oshakati for a meeting. In the evening, the District Apostle served the congregation of Oshakati. Members from the congregations Ondangwa and Oshimbungu were also invited to attend the divine service.

Bishop Masule was called to serve along.


The District Apostle, along with the Apostle and Bishop, left Oshakati at about 10h00 on Thursday morning. Their destination: Tsumeb – some 250km away.

There was great jubilation from the congregation when they received the news that the District Apostle planned to visit them. Upon their arrival, the local ministers lined up outside the church to welcome the District Apostle.

Grootfontein congregation and two guests were also invited to attend the divine service.

As the basis for the divine service, the District Apostle read a Bible word out of Luke 4:18, ‘The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, because He has anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed; to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord.’

Walvis Bay

On Sunday 31 October 2021, the District Apostle conducted a divine service in Walvis Bay.

Members from the congregations of Narraville and Kuisebmund were also invited to the divine service.

The Bible word for the divine service was taken out of 1 Peter 3:18-20.

The conclusion of the divine service in Walvis Bay brought the planned activities in Namibia to a close.