Hope for Tanzania

A New Year Beckons

Published 30 December 2011

Dear Friends
We are almost at the end of a year which has been momentous for its earth shaking events. I expect 2012 to be as tumultous, perhaps even more so. We will have many challenges this year as we continue in our work in Tanzania. Not least will be the need to keep momentum going after our successful visit a few months ago. In 2012 we have set funding objectives and intend to get better at communicating with the many people that we now have contact with in Tanzania. I think that it is often the people who write letters, emails and text messages that are the unsung heroes of our work. It is those supporters who pray for the situations and people we assist that are the hidden labourers. Their work is not in vain for we believe that praying is a worthwhile pursuit and we have evidence to support this. So with confidence we approach the new year and the opportunities that come our way.


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