Hope for Tanzania

September News Round Up

Published 14 September 2014

* Mary, wife of Moses Paulo, and daughter Tabitha have recovered well after their road traffic accident in July.
* Augustino's court appearance is on 22nd September so we are hoping and praying for this to happen and for the outcome to be in his favour - i.e. the case against him dropped.
* Steve Kweka is head teacher of a large primary school - Daraja Mbile. It has a lot of challenging issues, not least of which is the poverty of many of the families and children. But he is a man of vision, Christian principles and very capable to positive produce change.
* Rev Grace Mbise is hoping to print her booklets shortly, that Hope for Tanzania funded, in which she writes about the amazing experiences that she has had in her life as a result of the work of God. We will make copies available as soon as we receive them.
* Some of the monitors and keyboards we sent to schools in 2012 were damaged. Computers4Africa agreed to replace them free of charge, for which we are hugely grateful, and the shipment will arrive in Dar es Salaam in a week's time. They will be collected and distributed to the appropriate schools. The computers have been well used and gratefully appreciated by the 4 schools so we hope to be able to send a further quantity to schools and a teacher resource centre once we have funds.
* Felicia, daughter of Felix and Naomi, and Emmanuel have a baby daughter, born at the end of August. We are delighted for them and pleased that mother and daughter are doing well.

More News

Appeal for Donations for Bibles   26 JAN 2018

During our visit to Tanzania in 2017 we donated over a hundred Swahili Bibles to churches in Singida and Dar. The money to buy them in Tanzania had been largely raised by Christians in Duffield...... [read more]

Training of Pastor Osca  04 JAN 2018

Pastor Osca leads the Nyahaha church with his wife Dorcas and the embryonic church at Mwandalya. Neither of them have received training in the Bible or how to lead a church so when we visited Singida...... [read more]

Future Approach to Mission in Singida  28 NOV 2017

Our strategy for the mission of planting churches in this area of Singida (“Singida for Jesus”) is to identify hub churches where we can train and motivate church members in mission and...... [read more]

The Mission in Singida Part 3  28 NOV 2017

Urughu has a long established TAG church under the watchful eye of Pastor Julius Kiloee who started the church 20 years ago. We visited homes during one afternoon and showed films on three evenings...... [read more]

The Mission in Singida Part 2  29 OCT 2017

Nya ha ha is a remote village in the semi-desert which has a small church. Last year we visited and saw a number of people make commitments but sadly the church is still small with little...... [read more]