Hope for Tanzania

Simon & Laura Walton

Added 23 May 2011

Simon and Laura are CMS missionaries in Dar es Salaam. Simon works at a health centre which offers HIV, family planning and child health services. Laura is starting to teach English lessons, helps at the village kids club and looks after their three children (Esther, Grace and James). Pray specifically for clarity as to their role in the local church, opportunities to show Jesus and his love to children in the kids club, protection in the spiritual battle they are engaged in, opportunities to build relationships which lead to witnessing/discipling possibilities, safety for Simon in his car travels to work and for him to be a positive influence for change, for their children to be positive influence on others.


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