Chad Wagner works creatively on Black Friday to supply needed funds.
This Tanzania work has suffered a setback.
The George Jensen family leaves Africa after five years.
Tanzania missionary George Jensen examines the "numbers test" many use to determine support and finds it lacking.
LONGIDO, Tanzania (BNc) -- On Aug. 1 Jane Desdery, Joy Jensen, Agnes Kamarage, Neema Martin and Stephanie Stafford traveled from Arusha to the Maasai bush country to conduct a day of Bible studies for the ladies of a new congregation in the Longido region. When Stephanie, the first speaker, had been teaching for only a … Continue reading Rat attends ladies’ study
ARUSHA, Tanzania (BNc) -- The vehicle of missionaries George and Joy Jensens was demolished by a bus on Jan. 23. Around 4 p.m., after a day of teaching at the Andrew Connelly School of Preaching, as George Jensen, his son Jacob, and Todd Gee were nearing the house of fellow missionary, Jimmy Gee, a large … Continue reading Missionary vehicle hit by bus in Tanzania
KISONGO, Tanzania (BNc) -- The first half of a 20-year plan for evangelism in northern Tanzania has resulted in 100 new congregations. In 1998 Cy Stafford and the elders of the Kensington Woods Church of Christ, Hattiesburg, Mississippi launched a 20-year plan for evangelism in the Arusha (pop. 280,000) and Moshi (pop. 150,000) regions of … Continue reading Halfway mark for 20-year Tanzania plan
Evangelism, benevolence, missions and university news from all points of the compass. # Kyle and Melissa Vath have decided to return to the U.S. Jan. 6, 2009, after their one-year commitment at the Chimala Mission Hospital in Tanzania. "This has been one of the most difficult decisions we have ever had to make. We love … Continue reading From all over
COLUMBUS, Oh. (BNc)- Kyle and Melissa Vath depart today for a year's tour of duty in Tanzania. From Columbus, their itinerary takes them to Washington D.C., Zurich, then to Dar es Salaam, where they will be met Wednesday by Bill and Cyndi Stinson, administrators of the Chimala Hospital where the Vaths will work for a … Continue reading Vaths Depart for Tanzania
by Neal Pollard I met David Bayi on my first trip to Tanzania in 2003. He is, on the surface, a reserved man, but he has a winning smile and jovial personality to go along with a tenacity in teaching the gospel few can match. His former profession was competitive road racing, in which he … Continue reading Thoughts on Work from a Worker