Being 92, legally blind, and slightly lame is a challenge anywhere you live. For Pastor Mbalane, the faces of friends are a memory. He can no longer read the Bible. Occasionally someone slips into the yard unnoticed and steals something left out. He's unable to leave home for outings. When he was younger Pastor Mbalane … Continue reading Not Forgotten
In most Wesleyan churches across Mozambique, Christmas is not celebrated with tinsel, lights or nativity scenes (as these are not available) but is celebrated with all-night services or baptism. The picture at the top shows members of a church in Nampula district, northern Mozambique overseen by Rev. Abel Nove who helped start the work there … Continue reading Baptisms at Christmas
In studying spiritual warfare recently, I read somewhere that we could learn lessons from the warrior, King David. So I decided to write some Psalms as warfare prayers. My teenage daughter is a writer and liked the idea, so she started too. Of course, prayers are individual, but it was so interesting to see how … Continue reading Warfare Prayers from Psalms
I discovered a great page of stats compiled by Operation World on Mozambique. The page also has a great video showing scenes of daily life and a Mozambican praying for the country.