Mozambique

WERF activated for Mozambique

WERF activated for Mozambique

Unprecedented need caused by what has been described as “the historically worst cyclone to have hit Mozambique” prompts General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt to activate the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund (WERF).

​Under the hot African sun

​Under the hot African sun

Thousands of miles separate Kansas and Mozambique. And yet Christians from both locations gathered together to build a church where Jesus would be worshiped in a local Mozambican village.

​Mozambique: Jairosse and Esperanca’s story

​Mozambique: Jairosse and Esperanca’s story

Jairosse used to persecute Christians, similar to Saul in the New Testament. Then one day he met Jesus and everything changed, including answered prayer to meet a Christian wife.

Blessings, not curses

Blessings, not curses

After the loss of a baby, Teresa was told if she didn’t bury the baby correctly, she would be cursed and sterile. But Teresa knew otherwise, and God blessed her and her husband with 3 more children.

Wrecked car doesn’t stop JESUS film team

Wrecked car doesn’t stop JESUS film team

While traveling to show the JESUS film, the team’s car crashed into a tree and became damaged. But that didn’t stop them from continuing to tell others about Jesus.

Update on Mozambique floods

Update on Mozambique floods

Pastors in Mozambique report how they, their churches, and church congregants are still suffering after recent flooding. They are grateful for your continued prayers and assistance.

First Day

First Day

Brush lines the sand road, the temperature is already 90◦ at 9:00 a.m. We drive up to the Bible college seeing students’ children playing on the wooden handmade jungle gym.

​Meeting people at the Well

​Meeting people at the Well

After the massive flooding in Mozambique, many had to be relocated away from flood plains. Drilling wells in new locations provides new opportunities for gospel encounters at the village wells.