The heart of our mission is to build relationships, lead others to a knowledge of their identity in Christ, make disciples, and bring hope to the lost and hurting people of the world.
From Mozambicans ministering in the U.S. to Americans ministering in Mozambique, our missions and ministry programs are a partnership of two very different cultures working cooperatively to encourage each other as we make disciples of all nations.
Of the 12 million children in Mozambique, 1 in 8 are orphans. Many of whom are in the care of neighbors or extended family with many children of their own. We help bring hope to these children and families through food assistance and ministry.
Many Mozambicans die of easily treatable illnesses like malaria, due to lack of healthcare access and not being able to afford the most basic treatments. Our mobile medical outreaches allow us to offer a much-needed service while also sharing the love of Jesus.
This year we began supporting the higher education of another student, Nelson Charles. Nelson is 30 years old and lives with his beautiful wife and three precious daughters in Dondo, located in central Mozambique.
Have you ever known someone who needed help with a problem, but fear or shame prevented them from seeking the help they so desperately needed? Many individuals in Mozambique suffer this dilemma, especially when it comes to the stigma associated with HIV. The fact that many health personnel do not adhere to patient privacy and confidentiality standards makes it even more difficult for individuals to be willing to seek treatment.
This summer while in Mozambique, you may recall us planning a trip to Nampula, a northern province with a heavy Muslim population. Due to circumstances beyond our control, Jason and I were unable to make that trip personally, but shortly after our return to the U.S. we did send a two-man team to the area.