Greetings Fellow Servants,
We greet you with hearts of thanksgiving and joy, knowing our God is able and will always bless His people in the best possible way. He continues to bless your efforts in Tanzania in mighty ways. Your prayers continue to be answered in amazing ways to the saving of countless souls. Thank you!
My travels have been good, reporting on the good being done in East Africa through your prayers, support and through the great team of workers in the good land of Tanzania. I have been blessed to present the work to our church family at Madison and North Brandon in the Jackson, MS area. I also had several one-on-one meetings with supporters and others as we plan for the future of God’s work. If the Lord wills, I will be with our good church family at Longview, TX and Sunday evening with the church at Seagoville, TX. Wednesday evening I will be with our brothers and sisters at Keller, TX. What a joy it is to partner with so many of God’s faithful.
Good News from afar:
Fariji Paul: “I would like to inform you about the work of God here in Usa River. This month of February I have studied with 15 students, two places where I have been teaching are Jua Kali and Mji Mwema in Usa River. One soul, named Zawadi, obeyed Christ ( baptized).”
Ahimidiwe Kimaro: “And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to tech others also” 2 Timothy 2:2. In fact, every faithful Christian is trying to accomplish this verse.This idea clicked to the Kisongo Church three years ago when we started a Bible school. This school is for two hours a day, from Monday to Friday at 4-6 PM. The idea was proposed to educate Christians in the church due to the lack of Bible knowledge of too many members. It also should be used as an evangelistic tool in the church. Among 15 students who stated the school on November 2014, five of them graduated. Eight of the students were not Christians, but after a few months the whole class was faithful Christians, although many of them they could not graduate because of up and downs. Now the graduates are potential to the church. Moreover in February of this year, we enrolled eight new students, and one as already been baptized last week.”
Yes, the team of co-workers in Tanzania and throughout East Africa are doing their part in the glorifying of God and to the saving of the lost. They thank you, I thank you, and God thanks you for doing your part in Kingdom work.
Our prayer is that our God will bless you in all the right ways and to the saving of those you know and that you can influence for good.
Cy, Stephanie & Granny