Greetings Fellow Workers,
We rejoice in the fact we have you as brothers and sisters in Christ and that you have joined us in God’s mission work here in Tanzania. A day never passes that we do not think of you and your contributions to the saving of souls through out the world. We are indeed a very blessed people and by God’s mercy, we hope to continue in His service.
This has been a very busy week on many levels. Cotton and Dupree worked with David Bayi on the slopes of Mt. Meru around the area of Kioga. They conducted 15 or so Bible Studies (most having several participants. As a result of David’s efforts, the studies this week and by the power of the Gospel, four new souls were added to the Kingdom of God. Stephanie, Soniea and Beulah have also been very busy. Saturday they had a Bible class with the ladies at the Kwa Mrombo congregation.
Saturday Cotton, Dupree and I made our way to Moshi where we teamed up with several members of the Kilimanjaro congregation in some house-to-house evangelism. Five studies were conducted with more than ten souls hearing God’s Word. On our way back to Arusha we picked up Soneia Galloway’s nephew, Eric Graham, from Jackson, MS.
Sunday afternoon I was privileged to meet with the evangelist from all the Arusha area congregations. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the upcoming Safari for Souls campaigns. It was agreed that each congregation (Five in number), will conduct a week long campaign at each congregation, concurrently. We are thankful for the group from Hoover, AL coming back to join us in this effort.
Two weeks before the Arusha area wide campaign efforts, our brothers and sisters from Second and Adams (Elk City, OK) will come and join us in a campaign at Maji ya Chai. Are we a blessed people or what?
During the same week OK is conducting their meeting, several congregations are joining hands to hold a meeting at Babati.
I only wish I could share all the good news I get each and every week, like: eight souls obeyed at a new congregation one of our recent graduates planted. A new sister in Christ at Arusha last week, and the list goes on and on. We are a part of a great work of God and by His grace, your prayers and our continued unity, God is and will be glorified and souls will continue to be saved.
We offer up a very special prayer for each of you and all you mean to the Church of our Lord.
Cy, Stephanie & Granny