Hope for Tanzania

UK Teams in Tanzania

Added 07 September 2013

Currently a team of 4 people, lead by Peter Harris, is in Arusha until 14th September. Please pray for their safety and good health and that they will be effective in all the work that they'll be involved in at the School. Pray that they may be accepting of the culture and customs of Tanzanians whilst still bringing their personality and experience into conversations and relationships. Pray that God will speak to all of them about their relationship with Him so that their love and compassion grows during and after the visit.
Martin and Jez Grosvenor are visiting Arusha between 29th September and 15th October and would value prayer for all that they will be doing - more about this in next week's update.


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