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The Chickens Are Crying…Eat More Beef!

Photo: Pastor Susan came all the way from a village to deliver gifts the day we were leaving!
She brought a watermelon, a piece of cloth for Abide International Missionary Victor Campbell and a chicken! We love chicken!

Dear Friend,

“I thank my God every time I remember you. In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now…” Philippians 1:3-5

Because I am supported totally by your gifts & kindness; I thank God for you daily, always remember you in my prayers, and want you to see how your love, your prayers and gifts have provided so very much to so very many around the world!

We ate lots and lots of chicken during our time in Tanzania this past May. It was our main source of protein, other than chicken eggs while we were there.

It seemed as if we could almost hear the chickens on the side of the roads screaming from their cages,  “Eat More Beef!”

The last hamburger and Big Mac we saw was at the McDonald’s in the Amsterdam airport. I have to admit the first place I went when I got back was to get my favorite Jr. Whataburger with Mayo, Mustard and Onions!

Our first two weeks were packed full of teaching, ministry and fellowship with over 200 women, infants and toddlers in attendance!

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I pray that your love will overflow more and more, and that you will keep on growing in knowledge and understanding. For I want you to understand what really matters, so that you may live pure and blameless lives until the day of Christ’s return. May you always be filled with the fruit of your salvation—the righteous character produced in your life by Jesus Christ[a]—for this will bring much glory and praise to God.” Philippians 1:9-11

We were also able to visit several churches in the city and nearby villages where we shared  soccer balls, candy, testimonies and preached the gospel. During one one of these trips 15-20 men and women came forward for to make a commitment to Jesus Christ and to receive prayers for healing.
This was a birthday party. Denise made Pastor Chambo his favorite lemon cake which he cut into very tiny pieces. We were then given the opportunity to “dance” for a piece, which we all did. We only got one itty bitty piece. The rest is all for the birthday boy or girl!
Susan is a pastor of a church in a  village near Mwanza. She invited us to come share one Sunday morning at the 10:00 a.m. service. They begin their Sunday services at
7:00 a.m. with intercessory prayer!

When we were there her church is very modest. Recent winds and rains have compromised the plastic roof.

During the week Pastor Susan disciples women, provides shelter to the homeless, disciples other ministers and raises money to help poor women buy feminine hygiene products.
This is now the beginnings of Pastor Susan’s New Church Building!
Thank you Abide International Ministries!
Pictured below are just a few of the hundreds of pictures taken!
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Thanking God for Tanzanian Women Leaders

2019 UHURU Women Leader’s PowWow, Mwanza Tanzania

Our women’s leadership conference took place at the home of Glen & Denise Ellerbe, founders of Abide International Ministries. The first week we hosted 50 women leaders who gathered for a time of singing, teaching, crafting, fellowship and discipleship. Pictured here the women are working on their Freedom Discipleship Books.

We were also invited to teach at an annual women’s conference that is held at one of the local churches. The pastor of the church is a Bishop over 62 pastors and hosts an annual women’s conference. Denise, Beverly and I were invited to teach, minister and share our PowWow books with over 100 women who attended along with about 20-30 children. They would then be able to go back to their respective churches and communities and share what they learned.

At the end of both weeks the women washed each others feet and prayed for one another. It was a sweet time of ministry for all of us!
And since I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet,
you ought to wash each other’s feet. John 13:14 NLT
We washed the children’s feet and prayed over them!

“If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash each other’s feet. For I have given you an example, that you should do as I have done to you. Most assuredly, I say to you, a servant is not greater than his master; nor is he who is sent greater than he who sent him. If you know these things, blessed are you if you do them.” John 13:13-17

This was especially impactful to these women as many began to weep and release burdens as their Christian sister prayed over and washed their feet.

Every single one of these women work very hard from before sun up until late in the evening. It was a reminder to us all how Jesus, even though he was about to endure a terrible death spent his last evening washing his disciples feet. In spite of our own personal hardships and trials, supporting and loving one another is key to teaching others about Jesus’ love and sacrifice.

The women came out to greet us when we arrived and were singing, dancing and we took part in the celebration doing the same!

Greetings and Goodbyes are very important in the Tanzanian communities. So is singing and dancing. We had a wonderful time of both.

We spoke at and visited several churches on our trip. Two were in a village outside of town. Below is Pastor Susan, one of the pastors of a village church. She attended our leadership PowWow. Although her church is primitive she and her members worship and praise God with so much joy!

Below is a village about two hours outside of Mwanza. The pastor is Pastor John. Many came out to hear us teach on a Friday afternoon and 15-20 villagers gave their lives to the Lord for the first time!

Pastor John’s church was the first tabernacle Abide International Ministries helped to build. A cobra dropped down from one of the rafters as Missionary Glen Ellerbe was holding up the last roof beam! By helping the pastors put up a church building it gives the people somewhere to come in out of the weather as well as help to establish credibility within the villages. Many of them have mosques nearby. Glen and Denise have a burden to distribute Bibles, build tabernacles for new pastors, as well as to disciple and train the men and women leaders God is raising up while there is an open door into this country.

Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock.

Matthew 7:24
This is on top of the Big Rock with Lake Victoria in the background.

These huge rock formations were all over Mwanza. The scenery is amazing, a supernatural wonder and a place where God is doing amazing things in the earth and people of Tanzania.

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Globe Hope Nepal Earthquake Update – Kathmandu moved 10 FEET in Earthquakes!

Pensacola Mission Agency Helping Earthquake Victims
42 Year old Pensacola Mission Agency Globe International is Helping Earthquake Victims in Nepal

Globe Hope recently had it’s third annual 5K RUN4HOPE at the Pensacola Fairgrounds.  Over 200 runners and 50 volunteers came out for the event.  Globe Hope is the humanitarian arm of Globe International Ministries, Inc. a 42 year old mission sending organization. Globe Hope works with several missionaries and their organizations to raise awareness, prevent human trafficking and provide help to orphans and disenfranchised people in five countries, Children of Destiny, Nicaragua, Residence of Life, Costa Rica, Educate Honduras, and over 250 children in Kitale, Kenya at the Challenge Farm.  This year a special plea also went out to Nepal earthquake victims, where Globe’s Missionaries Sudip and Anne Lise Khadka have two orphanages.  Below is an excerpt from their latest newsletter update from Nepal.

The earthquake of April 25 rated 7.8. The next day a 6.7 quake struck, and then on May 12th, a third hit at 7.3.  Over 270 aftershocks followed.  Eight million people have been affected with nearly 9000 deaths and 23,000 injured.  Landslides continue to ravish the nation, killing scores.  Mount Everest moved 1.2 inches! Kathmandu moved 10 Feet!  According to the UN, three million people need assistance.  The nation is trying to rebuild, but prices have skyrocketed and manpower an resources are scarce.  Text NEPAL to 97000 for NEPAL UPDATES.  To read their entire newsletter!

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