Church news from Tanzania (James Colton report)

tanzanian flag  Sorry for delay in writing, but it is now the heavy rains season, and when it rains the power goes off! No power many Fridays. Also tendency for there to be no network. Hence many days with no news from me. But am working on getting modem for my notebook computer.
Saturday 1st February spoke at the Kibaha Pastors Fellowship, God moved among us in response to is Word and we had a powerful prayer time.
Sunday 2nd Brought the Word of God speaking on “Walking by Faith” 2 Corinthians 5:7.
Friday I brought the short Word of God before leading the Prayer Meeting Sunday 9 February I brought Word of God for our service, speaking on Walking by Faith (2 Corinthians 5:7).
Friday 14 February I brought short word and led the Prayer meeting.
Sunday 16 February I was teaching the adult Sunday School – “Doing the works of God”.
Wednesday 19th February Rose was teaching the  Bible Study. Friday 21 February I brought word of God before leading Prayer Meeting – “People need the Lord”.
Sunday 23rd February Taught Sunday School for adults -“Fan of Follower”. Then in the afternoon we went to the Masai Church at Sweet Corner, Chalinzi as part of our Pastors Fellowship, supporting our pastors. I brought the Word of God and Pastor Chipamba translated for me. I spoke on “Revelation”,  that is receiving fresh revelation from God. It conclude with a powerful ministry time as all the pastors ministered to the local church. A young Masai man passing by came in during this ministry and gave his life to Jesus.
Friday 28 February I will be teaching and leading the prayer meeting this evening. Speaking on “I am Praying for You” – praying for one another. This will be as usual in Swahili.
Thanks for your prayers.  Rose sends her greetings. God Bless. James and Rose

About Stewart Bloor

Fish a lot. Christian. Work in the world of professional football media. British nature. Passionate about much, obsessed about nothing.

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