Today there is a thriving church among the Tagbanwa people.... When one is willing to say as Jesus said in the Garden of Gethsemane, “Not my will, but thine be done,” there is no end to what God can do through that life.
In Tanzania, we find American missionaries, Canadian missionaries and Mexican missionaries coming together under Integral Vision. Together they are moving the church planting effort forward. We also find Tanzanian believers working alongside expat missionaries. This coming together to fulfill the Great Commission is an awesome thing to see.
He gave up the glory of heaven for a stable. What was He thinking? How many of us would make that choice? Would we choose to leave a glorious mansion for a drafty barn or a cardboard box under an overpass?
What does it take to reach people in such a culturally, linguistically, and geographically diverse country? A diverse team — the whole body of Christ.
“Without a chopper or an airplane ... the people groups they work among would be inaccessible.”
As we started building among the Konomala people, God worked in the details.
An Interrupted Journey “Amdu friends of ours left the village one day on a long journey only to return later [...]
Looking to retirement the following year, there was much work they still wanted to accomplish. That was the plan.
“They are getting a taste of how much better God’s Word communicates in their own heart language….”