December 2021 Haddington House Newsletter

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A special word of thanks to all those who helped in 2021 with gifts to one of our overseas partners, particularly for Dumisani in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. The Principal, Wilbert Chipenyu, expresses his appreciation to all who have assisted this past year.

Psalm 136:1 “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever.”

— Jack Whytock, Director

Haddington House Summer 2020 Newsletter

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“Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever…” Psalm 125:1

Dear Friends,

As the famous line goes, “the best-laid plans of mice and men go often astray”*, and I am sure that is descriptive of the experience of many of you this summer and as we go into the fall. Yet, as believers, we see things differently under the Lord’s almighty sovereign ways, and thus we proceed with confidence under His reigning authority.

What follows below are our ‘adjustments’ for the remainder of this year. May your adjustments also be met with the confidence that the Lord’s grace is sufficient and is truly renewed daily.

In Gospel Bonds,
Jack Whytock, Director

* “The best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men Gang aft agley” — from “To a Mouse, on Turning Her Up in Her Nest With the Plough”, a Scots-language poem written by Robert Burns in 1785

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Haddington House Spring 2020 Newsletter

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Dear Friends,
Thank you very much for praying for the winter months and in particular (given the world situation) the last couple of weeks. We arrived back earlier than planned (in order to follow government and airline orders), and by God’s grace we made it back into Canada before midnight on Sunday March 21st.

We are self-isolating now for 14 days in Ontario, so we can spend these next two weeks marking exams and starting to do some writing — will try to take advantage of this quiet time in a productive way. Thank you to all those who emailed words of encouragement the last couple of weeks. It was most appreciated.

Psalm 16
In the Lord,
Jack Whytock


  • The Whytocks are back in Canada from South Africa
  • Report on winter teaching and ministry
  • Update on Africa textbook project
  • Public lectures and talks Spring/Summer 2020
  • Combined 2019/2020 Journal Spring distribution
  • Prayer points for Spring/Summer 2020

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