Mozambique

Moving pastors to ordination in Mozambique

Moving pastors to ordination in Mozambique

We find it amazing how the Lord is working in the Mozambican Wesleyan Church. In the past thirteen years, the Xai-Xai Wesleyan Bible College graduated more than 200 students who are now pastoring churches in all 11 provinces of our country. The majority of our...
Storying: Mozambique

Storying: Mozambique

Mendoncia’s baby wails. The teacher frowns. Students turn in their seats. Mendoncia scoots her plastic chair and moves to sit on the tile floor in the doorway to nurse her baby. Teaching continues. The child starts babbling. Other students turn and frown. She...
​Storying: Mozambique

​Storying: Mozambique

Mendoncia’s baby wails. The teacher frowns. Students turn in their seats. Mendoncia scoots her plastic chair and moves to sit on the tile floor in the doorway to nurse her baby. Teaching continues. The child starts babbling. Other students turn and frown. She...
​Under the hot African sun

​Under the hot African sun

Mozambique, Africa: land of hot, hot sun, burning sand, beautiful landscape, and most of all kind, loving, humble people. The Kansas District mission team of seven people found themselves in the middle of all this in November. We were excited to go and to partner with...
​Mozambique: Jairosse and Esperanca’s story

​Mozambique: Jairosse and Esperanca’s story

Jairosse and Esperanca are in their third year at Xai-Xai Bible College in Mozambique, graduating in October. In a class Global Partners Missionary Jim Pickett taught last year, Jairosse wrote his testimony: “I grew up Muslim. I saw some things that disturbed me...
​Brazilian Wesleyans traveling to Africa on missions trip

​Brazilian Wesleyans traveling to Africa on missions trip

Missions has been the principal tool used by the Holy Spirit to revive and unite the Brazilian Wesleyan Church. Many young people have been called to serve in missions, and the church plans to send out a missionary team of 19. The team will travel to Mozambique,...
​JESUS film continues to have global impact

​JESUS film continues to have global impact

John Croft, director of the JESUS Film Partnership of Global Partners, reported how God is using the JESUS film to continue to make lives new across the globe. Mozambique, Africa. Last year, a Mozambican JESUS film team was showing the film in a village, and in the...
JESUS film: fresh stories from the field

JESUS film: fresh stories from the field

Tragic loss in Burkina Faso Brother Theophilus Moko, who was the leader of the JESUS film team, and his wife died on August 2 when a vehicle struck their motorcycle on their way to church. Both died at the scene of the accident. Brother Theophilus was a hard working...
Blessings, not curses

Blessings, not curses

Delegates from across the country of Mozambique were at the Bible College for National Conference the first week of October. The Sunday closing program would already be longer than usual, but Pastor Daniel Chavango* asked, “May we give a testimony by dedicating...
Wrecked car doesn’t stop JESUS film team

Wrecked car doesn’t stop JESUS film team

Fulfilling the Great Commission to go and make disciples of all nations, we went this last Friday to the village of Magula, Gile District in Zambezia province, to show the JESUS film and help the brothers and sisters who were displaced by the floods. During the trip,...
God is moving in Mozambique despite continued troubles

God is moving in Mozambique despite continued troubles

Mozambiquans are still struggling, months after the 2015 flooding, but God is still changing lives despite those hardships. School supplies, food, and roofing tarps were distributed among four more communities this past month from the Wesleyan Emergency Relief Fund...
Update on Mozambique floods

Update on Mozambique floods

From the Nambue flooded area. The people there said they received food donations from only one place, that is, Emmanuel Wesleyan Church. This caused some people to realize that the Wesleyans preach the true God of compassion. Thus, they responded to God`s message....
An outbreak in Africa, but it’s not Ebola

An outbreak in Africa, but it’s not Ebola

There is an OUTBREAK in Africa! It is like a wave that is overwhelming its shores. Although some have gone to great lengths to try and stop it, it seems like an unstoppable force. No, I am not referring to the Ebola virus. I am talking about the gospel of Jesus...
Mozambique unbelievers respond to JESUS film

Mozambique unbelievers respond to JESUS film

On July 12, 2014, the Holy Spirit worked a miracle in Napala, a village where most people are unbelievers and where they practice all sorts of vices, especially vices of alcohol, smoking, and witchcraft. With God’s help, we showed the JESUS film that evening....
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. Some have shirts with holes, most are barefoot. They have no toys, but are all talking and...
​Meeting people at the Well

​Meeting people at the Well

After the massive flooding last year in Mozambique, many families were relocated away from flood plains by government programs. Some Wesleyan members were moved to two new communities on the outskirts of the city of Maputo called Jofar and Bequissa. There were no...
A call to aid our people in Mozambique

A call to aid our people in Mozambique

In response to the major flooding that has occurred across the country of Mozambique in southern Africa, Wesleyan church leaders and Global Partners missionaries are calling on the North American church for prayer and financial support at this critical time. A week or...