Rat attends ladies’ study

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

Missionary vehicle hit by bus in Tanzania

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

Halfway mark for 20-year Tanzania plan

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

From all over

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