Hope for Tanzania

Christian Literature for the Tanzanian Church

Added 31 January 2011

It was thought that the widespread use of Swahili would have reduced the need for translation of the Bible into more local languages. This is not the case and 10 translation programs are under way and a further 45 are required to cover the country. In addition there is a great need for Christian books - both those translated from English and others written by Tanzanians which are culturally sensitive and appropriate. Lack of foreign currency is often a blocker in obtaining funds to buy books or for them to be printed. Both the Word of God and books are of immense value in training up the Church to be strong and fulfil the need for all Christians to be disciples of Jesus.


More Prayer Points

Future of Tuishime School 26 JANUARY 2018

The school continues to excel in its educational standard and is oversubscribed. Naomi and Felix have done a magnificent job to build the school up to what it is today. It is clear that God has... [read more]

Pastor Osca starts Bible College26 JANUARY 2018

Pastor Osca has started a two year course at a Bible College in Mwanza. The course will be a challenge for him as it is a long time since he last studied but I am sure he will be strongly motivated... [read more]

Head Teacher at Tuishime School10 DECEMBER 2017

We are sorry to see the current head teacher leave the school after two years in post. He has helped to stabilise the school after an unsettled period. However, it now presents a challenge to the... [read more]

God's Work in Singida 19 OCTOBER 2017

We request your prayers for Pastor Oscar and his wife Dorcas who lead churches in Nya ha ha and Mwandalya. During our visit this year we saw many people commit their lives to Jesus. Oscar and Dorcas... [read more]

Answered Prayer17 SEPTEMBER 2017

Our God is strong and powerful, able to hear our requests and answer so that Jesus is glorified and we receive the best in our walk with him. So many of our prayers were answered. We lacked nothing... [read more]