Hope for Tanzania

Zion City Church in Arusha

Added 10 December 2011

ZCC is a thriving church that we went to one sunday during our recent visit to Tanzania. But such a church only thrives due to the committment of its members, the fervent prayer life of Christians and the openness of its leaders to God's direction and plans. If any of these waivers then a thriving church can quickly spoil. So please pray for its leaders to continue to lead powerfully and humbly. Pray that prayer will become even more important to them and that they will have increased ambition and expectation in what they ask for. Pray that members will live their lives in such a way that others will clearly see the joy of God on their faces and want to learn more about Jesus. Pray that the church will grow massively in 2012.


More Prayer Points

Team Members for Visit 201806 MAY 2018

We have firm commitments from 3 people for our mission visit to Tanzania in October 2018. We would like an additional one or two people. If you feel that God is calling you to join us then please... [read more]

Pastor Deo 12 MARCH 2018

Please pray for Deo who is our supported missionary in Singida. He is working tirelessly in different church locations encouraging and training church members in their faith and in mission. Now he... [read more]

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]