I Don't Believe, I Know

At some point in life every person is faced with the loss of a loved one - a parent, a spouse, a friend. Perhaps the most difficult loss to deal with is the untimely death of a child. With a child it is not only the loss of a loved one, but also the loss of a dream, an expectation and unfulfilled future potential. Questions may arise as to where God is in the midst of these tragic events. More

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About Albert de Villiers

Albert, along with his wife Zandré and their two younger children, Megan and Samuel, live on their farm on South Africa’s Cape West Coast, where he farms with potatoes and wheat. He is also a regular speaker at churches and conferences where he shares his Christian faith and the testimony of their journey after the accidental death of their two older children, Zanmaré and Pieter.

His honest, straightforward approach and devout faith in God has endeared him to many. His message is one of hope and trust in a Saviour who is real and ever-present, even in the midst of tragedy and loss.

Albert is the co-writer of the book “Ek glo nie, EK WEET” (Afrikaans)/ “I don’t believe, I KNOW” (English).

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