Hope for Tanzania

Christmas and New Year Greetings to Supporters

Published 20 December 2015

The trustees of Hope for Tanzania thank you, our supporters, for your prayers, financial support and interest in God's work through HFT. We are humbled by the responsibility and opportunity that we have been given by the Lord. We firmly believe that God has answered our prayers for people to find hope, be physically healed, and for many people to become Christians. God has shown us recently the future projects that we should be involved in over the next few years so we end the year with renewed enthusiasm and commitment to the people of Tanzania. Thank you for standing with us in our journey during 2015. We send our warm greetings to you as we all celebrate the birth of Jesus, the Saviour of the world. We pray that 2016 will bring deeper love and goodness into your lives.

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