Hope for Tanzania

Kiomboi Missionary Update June 2015

Published 08 July 2015

Pastor Deo has provided us with a comprehensive update on how work in Singida is going. Here is a short summery of it. If you would like the full version please email us on info@hopefortanzania.org.

June was a month of Joy.
•The Joy of people coming to trust Jesus by personal confession after receiving the good news.
•The Joy of healing for people freed from demonic oppression after receiving the love of God through hearing the good news.
•The Joy of seeing those we shared good news with accepting Jesus as their personal Saviour and coming into fellowship in the church with other believers to start the journey of discipleship.
•The Joy to see my neighbour, who is a Muslim woman, put her trust in Jesus with tears.
•The Joy to see teenagers, through sport (football), receive the word of God in a humble manner and also come to personal confession accepting Jesus as their Lord and personal Saviour.


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