Hope for Tanzania

Return of the Visitors

Published 17 September 2017

We are now all back in the UK and getting on with our normal activities. The visit was special for us in so many ways. For some it was the first time to travel to Africa and so everything was new and sometimes full of surprises. We found Tuishime School to be doing well and, on my last day, I was delighted to attend the graduation ceremony of Standard VII pupils.Our mission in Singida was awesome and amazing, superlatives that don't do it justice. Over the next few weeks I will write in more detail about the visit and follow it up with a visit report. But we can all say that we had a wonderful time and experienced God answering prayer as we kept safe and well with all travel arrangements working out satisfactorily. On occasions we even experienced angels helping us when we were in need of help. God is good and we felt it during our visit.


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