Barham, Terry

Terry Barham
Gauteng, South Africa
Emmaus Correspondence Courses, Overseeing remotely some of the ministries left behind in Zambia.
Mailing Address:
17 Merlyn Gdns.
61 Blanca Ave.
South Africa 2195
Brought up in Zambia by missionary parents, Ray accepted the Lord at age 12. After getting an engineering degree in London, England Ray emigrated to Canada. There he met Terry, an elementary teacher. Terry had come to the Lord as a teenager. Ray and Terry married and went to Zambia in 1975, commended by Westmount Gospel Chapel in Toronto. They served the Lord on the Copperbelt , then returned to Canada to make a home for their (eventually five) children in 1984. In 1987 they were commended to the Lord’s work in Pakistan, where they spent four years. Together with Samuel Jalal, a Pakistani brother, they started a book van ministry in a major city. Samuel was called Home in 2005 but the work is being carried forward by his son Sharoon. After spending a further four years in Canada Ray and Terry were again commended to Zambia in 1995. They settled in Mansa in the country’s north-east. In 1997 they took over the Bemba Emmaus work and in the next 16 years more than 100,000 courses were processed. Additionally, some 2.6 million tracts were printed together with tens of thousands of booklets for believers. Terry was the Emmaus office manager. She also had a weekly Bible study for young-women-at-risk, some of whom came to the Lord; as well as ministries among women, high school students and Sunday School children. In October, 2012 Ray and Terry relocated to Johannesburg, South Africa, due to Ray's health.Sadly Ray passed away on February 16, 2014. Terry continues to work with the English speaking Emmaus work in South Africa and give direction to some of the ministries they left behind in Zambia.
Gauteng, South Africa