Missionary Spotlight
BJ & Cathy Schultz

Serving in Tanzania, Africa

Our family moved to Africa in January, 2007. We went to language school for 5 months in Kenya and then moved to Moshi Tanzania to begin our work of church planting. In 2008 we helped plant a new church in the village of Kingereka. It has been an exciting and difficult ministry but one filled with blessings from the Lord. We hope to be able to start a new church in another village in 2012.


A Changed Life
The Testimony of Abel

Then I was very young my parents placed me under the tutelage of Islamic priests. When I went to them I went along with two dromedary milk cows. While I stayed with them I did not get very much to eat, just a little millet gruel or something. Whenever I became old enough to understand what was going on, I began to try to flee from these priests. I would run back towards home; many times they would follow me and catch me at the well. They would tie me up and beat me. They would carry me back to their encampment. I gained a better general understanding of things, and then I just refused to try and learn anymore. So I left the Quranic school altogether.


Missionaries of the Day
Friday, November 21, 2014

John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

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