As missionaries, our first priority is to take the Gospel to small Moslem villages. We have lived in Tanzania since 1987 and have held numerous children’s campaigns in many different parts of Tanzania. We have a trailer and we bring our own equipment such as platform, a generator and sound equipment.

 

There are a vast number of villages, and though we would like to go to all of them, it is an impossible task. We still haven’t been to the same place twice.

 

We have built a school called “Amani Nursery and Primary School” for 500 students. Recently it was handed over to the Africans for them to run it independently.

 

We have in 2012 built another school “Tumaini”, which currently has 280 students.

 

We also built a home for vulnerable children, which at present accommodates 30 children.

 

We have built a church in the slums of Arusha. In the morning hours the building is used for pre-school children and has 97 pupils. In the afternoons there is a sewing class for women with AIDS in the building.

 

We have built a church in the Masai district, and we bring food to the poor people, who have no food. We also dug five wells for the Masais.

 

We built a church in the outskirts of Dar es Salaam. In this area, young students cried out for a church. The church started in April, 2009 from scratch with only the pastor, his wife and their three daughters. In July of the same year 85 people gathered for an ordinary service.

 

We have built houses for all our co-workers, to provide them with a good place to live. Salaries are not high in Tanzania, so our goal is to give all our co-workers a place to live in the future. We also pay for their children’s schooling as well as their medical bills.

 

That way, we feel we have done all we can for them. When we leave for good, they will have a roof over their heads, and do not need to worry about a high rent.

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Tusind tak for hjælpen til den fattige familie, som vi skrev om i nyhedsbrevet. Dear faithful friends,
 
Thank you so much for the help to the poor family, that we wrote about in the newsletter. Vi har købt mad og givet dem.
 
Der var nogle søde mennesker, som ønskede at støtte børnene med skolegang, så børnene er igen kommet i skole, så der er grædt mange glædestårer.
 
  
 
Da vi var nede på børnenes skole for at betale noget af gælden, brød moderen sammen i gråd foran skoleinspektørerne. For hun følte slet ikke, at det kunne være sandt. Nu havde hun kæmpet så længe og pludselig kom hjælpen.
 
Det er virkelig rørende at hjælpe sådan en fattig familie og opleve deres taknemmelighed og glæde.
 
 
Knuser fra Tabitha.
 We have bought food and given to them.
 
There were some sweet people who wanted to support the children with schooling, so the children are back to school. So many tears of joy have been shed.
 
  
 
When we were down at the children's school to pay some of the debt, the mother broke down in tears in front of the school inspectors. She did not feel at all that it could be true, she had been fighting for so long and suddenly the help came.
 
It is truly touching to help such a poor family and experience their gratitude and joy.
 
 
Love from Tabitha

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