Foundation Nation Restoration [FNR] Network presents: Youth Interactive Gathering 2017: ‘Resources for the recourse’. Venue: Castle of Good Hope: Friday, 23 June 2017, 6PM and Saturday 24 June at 9AM-4PM. Programme: Focus on the ordained identity of the nation, Tangible tools for life journey, Dynamic Speakers, Indigenous games, dancing & singing. Featuring: South Roots International, Island Breeze and Parousia Dance Ministries.

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2017 YOUTH INTERACTIVE BROCHURE

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Importance of addressing it with regards to the Biblical restoration of the Foundation Nation

Repentance. Repentance is the activity of reviewing one's actions and acknowledging the wrongs of the past.

 

Reconciliation. In our practice of Reconciliation, we have come to the understanding that the process - in our experience – as pertaining to the restoration of land/resources and assets of the land requires a set of definitive steps.

 

Restoration. Restoration is certainly an outcome of the ministry of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:18-19) that builds upon our understanding of ushering in the Kingdom.

 

Restitution. When we put the Principles of Reconciliation and Restoration together we understand that there is a process involved that starts with the personal and continues to the collective (corporate) – thus, from individuals to the people.

 

Revival. The act or an instance of reviving: the revival of the Foundation Nation. Read more...


OUR 3 FOCUS AREAS

The Foundation Nation declaration: 'For such a time as 'This'

Teaching about foundations and its relevance to the Foundation Nation of South Africa, starting with South Africa and their destiny and inheritance as predestined by the God of Covenant.

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Praying for our Nation to understand the God of Covenant's destiny and calling so that we experience His love and freedom.

 

OUR CONVOCATIONS

Focusing on the Stewardship role of the Foundation Nation; meaning to tend, nurture and guard the land and its resources so that the land bears fruit for the benefiting of all people in the nation.

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Understanding the principles of the Stewardship Mandate as opposed to ownership - and how governance of natural and economic resources of the land work to be a blessing for all in the land.

 

OUR PARTNERS

Progammes and projects for Leadership and Skills Development
that will impact society and to empower the Foundation Nation descendants and all Southern Africa's people.

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Bring about positive change to the challenges facing our nation.

 

OUR GALLERY

    Sydney Opperman

    FN 2015 Convocation

    Agnes Opperman

    FN 2015 Convocation


Recognizing the Most High El is sovereign – “He has made of one blood all nations of men to dwell [in our land] and on all the earth, that only He determines the times and the boundaries of our habitation so that we can seek Him and find Him because He is not far from every one of us.

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Historically, the earthen vessel (clay pot) is a true archaeological artifact of Southern Africa. These earthen vessels were manufactured by the early inhabitants of our land who used these pots to carry water – a first resource of the land.

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Represents the Most High El’s presence, His Spirit with His people from both Old and New Covenants (Exodus 25:31-39, Isaiah 11:2; Revelation 1:4-5, 2:5, 5:6; Hebrew: menorah, Greek: luchnia). Under the Old Covenant, the Lampstand in the Tabernacle signifies the Most High El’s presence amongst His people.

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