Hope for Tanzania

Mosses Paulo

Added 16 January 2011

Mosses is an educational officer in Arusha and has responsibility for four schools. In addition he voluntarily helps people set up their small businesses by giving them English language lessons and financial training. His wife Mary has a chronic illness which started after she was given a poison by a "traditional doctor" and which flares up from time to time. This leaves her very weak and unable to look after the family or to grow vegetables to sell in the market. They both love Jesus and have four lovely children. Pray that:
** Mary may be healed
** Mosses may be given energy and become an inspirational
** Their children (Mkapa, Irene, Joram and Tabitha) may grow
up to love Jesus and become influential people
** Mosses may be filled with God's love and have a positive
effect on the spiritual development of the people he meets

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