A Few Words
We are a National Ministry with a presence in Correctional Centres around the Country. With our partnership with Prison Fellowship International (PFI), we have quality assured programs that are presented in the Correctional Centres as part of offender rehabilitation:
-breaking the cycle.
We believe that: all people have value, deserve mercy, and are loved equally by God. Even the most outcast.
With your help, we can restore hope and share God’s redeeming grace with inmates and their families around the Country.
Why we're able to do what we do
PRISON FELLOWSHIP INTERNATIONAL
Each year we sign a Charter agreement with Prisonfellowship International. The Charter agreement gives us the right to bring the 3 programs inside the Correctional Facilities of South Africa. The Charter agreement is a Partnership between Found by Grace and PFI. PFI provides part funding for the programs,which includes paying a stipend to two fulltime programme coordinators and we then need to raise the balance in order to bring these programs to the inmates.
We very much appreciate the support we get from PFI and would like to invite you to also support this mission of following Jesus inside the Correctional Facilities.
We are fully accredited, supported & funded by Prison Fellowship International.
To break the cycle of crime and restore lives, worldwide, through Jesus’s love.
To transform the lives of prisoners, their families, and victims through a global network of ministry partners.
Our track record is proven and testimonials abound. We have the ability to do what we have promised.
Our Board of Directors & Staff
Our Board of Directors have a passion for restoration
Found by Grace is a prison ministry that believes in answering the call of God by supporting, loving and making a difference in the marginalized people of our communities, those incarcerated in our prisons. Our vision is to break the cycle of crime and restore lives through Jesus’s love. – Peter Ntamu, Chair Person of the Found by Grace Board
Over 30 years ago Peter said YES to the Lord and serving the Kingdom of God with his wife . Married for 31 years this year, the Ntamu’s have also been blessed with 2 children and 1 amazing daughter in law. Their children have also said YES & are committed to the call of God on their lives. Peter and Grace are both teachers by profession and also serve in their communities and beyond as Pastors, Counselors and Marriage officers. They are passionate about being vessels of God in, fulfilling the great commission to serve in their daily living, in marriage enrichment, and Prison ministry.
I have been been involved in Prison Ministry since 2013, presenting the Sycamore Tree Project program in Modderbee Correctional Facility as a volunteer through Maranatha Community Church. Led a Team from Hope Restoration Ministries Prison Ministry in Boksburg Correctional Facility (Juvenile). Joined the Board of Found by Grace in June 2018 and was appointed Executive Director in March 2020. I am married and I am a child of God. I have completed a Certificate in Ministry from Team Impact University through Hope Restoration Leadership Academy.
Director: Board Treasurer
Dr Sandy Malapile, who is a qualified teacher worked in education sector implementing a myriad of projects, is a Christian interested in empowering others. He works at the Department of Basic Education to coordinate the Second Chance Matric Programme. The Programme aims to provide support to adult learners to achieve matric qualification on part time basis. He volunteers to work at Found by Grace Organisation as a fund raiser to assist in the transformation of former inmates to be integrated in the society.
Pastor at the Potter’s House community Church in Gezina Pretoria.
Passionate about winning lost souls to the kingdom of God, and making sure that every soul that is won to God’s kingdom is well discipled and ready for the coming back of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ.
My main mission is to do that which the heavenly Father would have to do on earth and finish what He has called me to do.
I am Clarettah S Dlamini and I am a community worker . I have worked at Daimler Chrysler as a Credit Controller and at Business Multi Skills College as a financial Manager before I went into doing community work full time.
I love to see communities being developed and I have worked with a number of war torn communities in different nations doing counseling and inner healing for individuals and groups of people. It is my great pleasure to see communities rising from grassroots level and being able to stand on their own with the different skills imparted to them. This has led me to work with individuals in prisons specializing on Spiritual Intelligence and that has motivated me to see myself working with Found by Grace so that I can continue to work in prisons and bringing reconciliation to those who need it.
MATSELISO LYDIA CINDI.
Lydia was born 27 February 1962. Has 2 biological children and 4 adopted children.
Lydia Cindi brings with her a wealth of experience in management and leadership acquired and accumulated over a period of 28 years in different sectors i.e. Public and Private Sector, Christian and Non-Government sectors. These include Health, Economic Development, Social Development, and the Private sectors both in operations and management.
Lydia holds the following Qualifications: Nursing Diploma obtained in 1985, Midwifery obtained in 1986. She completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences with UNISA in 1996. Certificate in Public Health Facilities Management in 1996 from Wits Business School; Master’s in Public Health Sciences with UNISA in 1998. Lydia also obtained a certificate in Budget and Accounts for Non-Financial Managers in 1998, and a certificate in Project Management with Pretoria Technicon in 1999. In 2016 she obtained a certificate on Property Management and Development with SAPOA.
She has also contributed her knowledge and skills with both community based and Non-governmental Organizations such as Chubby Chums Children organization, Kids Haven, School Governing body, ANC and religious organizations especially churches. She has travelled extensively to Asia, Middle East, US and neighbouring African states. The above therefore provides the Thusong with management acumen needed to add value in steering the development and growth of this newly developed company.
Designation l Apostle and Founder of Care Bible Church..
Apostle Moitse submitted under the following Pastors and Churches before he was released:- Pastor Mudau of Baptist Church in Marapyane; Bishop Mosa Sono of Grace Bible Church in Soweto; Pastor Ezekiel Vilakazi of International Assemblies of God in Tembisa, Difateng.
Education Background l Apostle Moitse holds a B.A degree; B.A (Honours degree); Higher Education Diploma; Post-graduate Diploma in Management (Human Resources).
Authorship | He has authored eight (8) books – Living the Fruitful Life; Financial Breakthrough; The Road to Greatness; The Lord of the rings; The Grace to Run the Race; Before you say I do; After you say I do; Fundamental Principles of the Teachings of Christ.
Missionary Journey | by God’s grace the Apostle has done missionary work in the the Great Lake African States – Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.
Ministerial Forum Involvements | Apostle is part of the Council of Elders (Board Structure) of Tembisa Transformation Forum, He was involved in establishment of local ministerial forum in Klipfontein View.
Market place involvement | Apostle Moitse is a Coach, Mentor, Facilitator, Assessor, Moderator, HR Standards Auditor, Business owner. He runs three active businesses
Marital status l Apostle Moitse is Married to Mankodi Moitse and has been blessed with 2 lovely kids Tumelo and Tsholofelo.
Our network of organizational partners
We proudly announce PFI, our parent organization supporting our work for more than 15 years. Without PFI’s guidance and ongoing and unfailing support, we would not have been able to do this great work.
A NGO from Pretoria making meaningful impact in Youthful Communities and facilitating reintegration of youth inmates back into communities.