Hope for Tanzania

Visit of Bruce and Cheryl Lee

Published 11 February 2011

Bruce and Cheryl Lee, from a mega church in Sacramento (California)visited Arusha for the second time on February 9 (see prayer item for 27 January). The visit was a great success and they saw the Arusha Clinic and visited Tuishime School. The children put on a tremendous display of singing and dancing and Naomi spoke about how the school started, the difference it has made to children's lives and future plans. Pastor Undole spoke and prayed. Bruce and Cheryl were given gifts of Maasai cloths and a kanga which they were delighted with. Now that they have left Tanzania they have only memories and photographs but we are expectant that God will bring practical help to the people of Arusha as the church in USA assists our work.

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