Tanzania: Financial Freedom for Families training

Local partner Paul Kibona asks for prayer for upcoming F4 (Financial Freedom for Families) training in Dar es Salaam. Pray for the trainers to connect and communicate clearly with participants, and for the participants to understand the teaching and prepare to apply it in their own lives. Pray for Paul as he shares about CMS-Africa programmes. 

Tanzania: school well

Give thanks that St John’s school and seminary in Kilimatinde, Tanzania, (where mission partner Stephen Hatch is a teacher) have found water after digging as part of a well project. Please pray that the water would be found to be of good quality and be certified safe by government officials.

Tanzania: permits approved

Mission partner Heather Johnstone writes that after months and months of waiting, her permits were eventually approved and she is now allowed to stay in Tanzania until May 2024. Praise God for this breakthrough!

Tanzania: successful vision-casting 

Local partner Paul Kibona writes that he was able to share about CMS-Africa’s training programmes and inspire church leaders about what could be possible in several locations around the country in recent weeks. Praise God for opening a door for Paul to speak with leaders. Pray for more doors to open for life-changing training in […]

Tanzania: food shortages

Mission partner Stephen Hatch asks for prayer for the region of Singida, where a lack of rainfall has led to crops failing and food prices rising. Pray for all those facing food shortages over the coming months.

Christine and David Torrance, Tanzania

Teaching at Kondoa Bible College and coming alongside local Christians in discipleship and ministry.

Paul Kibona, Tanzania

Country coordinator who teaches, trains, disciples and mentors new leaders for the expansion of the kingdom of God

Stephen Hatch, Tanzania

Working as maths teacher and head of the science department and supporting the headmaster and chaplain at St John’s Seminary.

Heather Johnstone, Tanzania

Helping to empower the most disadvantaged women and children in Mara through the Rehema Project.

Ben and Katy Ray, Tanzania

Showing God’s love and changing attitudes in the community through providing training and employment for disabled people