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CTO Reports Jan 2013 PDF Print Email
Written by Danny   
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 19:48
ROM 15:21 “They shall see him who have never been told of him, and they shall understand who have never heard of him.” (Isaiah 52:15)
The work of assisting Joseph Mujahidin with literature through Phillip Mahali, as he carries out a number crusades across that area of Africa, continues as best we can, though what we have been able to supply is well short of his requirements. His labours, and those of his fellow workers have borne much fruit among Muslim Arabs who are truly seeking God’s truth as revealed in Christ Jesus.
Phillip Mahali continues to spread the good news of the gospel in his area of Tanzania and at the same time supplying the literature needs of evangelists in many other areas, including Zambia and Zanzibar. He has continued this work on our behalf despite him and his wife Kissa having the added heavy burden of their newborn daughter, Rita, spending many weeks in hospital.
Our hearts ache at our inability to supply the needs of our young sister Grace, from Zanzibar, who is now living in Dar es Salem, having had to flee from her family when she was thrown out out of home by her father for turning from Islam and giving her life to Christ.
Our hearts ache also because of our inability to assist our dear sister, Doroth Bunto, in the Comoro Islands in the India Ocean between Tanzania and the island of Madagascar. Plus many others such as pastors John Mark, Peter Siwale, Mary Makecho, John Banda and George Otieno. The list goes on and on!
Our dear brother in Christ, bishop Enock Katongo, is continuing outreach crusades in the villages of that country. He asked if we could have the tracts translated into the WEMBA language, but so far we have been unable to have that work carried out because of lack of funds, but he labours on with what we have been able to supply through Phillip Mahali.
The great work being carried out in southeast India by the Penumala family, along with their many linked pastors across a large part of Andhra Pradesh state, continues unabated in spite of the fact that we have had to cut back on the supply of very necessary literature. This work now includes regular visits and monthly meetings in Leprosy and TB hospitals as well as in many schools and colleges including medical colleges, plus monthly ladies meetings in the various areas, all of which result in an ever growing number of new believers which are added to the nearest local assembly for discipling. On top of that there is the regular outreach to remote un-evangelised villages and the consequent establishing of new assemblies of the saints in those places. The work is enormous!!
For a number of months now we have been unable to assist our very dear brother and sister, John & Mary Boateng in Ghana with their work there, and and as a result we have been unable to supply the literature needs of many other brethren in the surrounding countries through them.
We have also been unable to assist the many brethren in Nigeria but we are very blessed by their patience as we all wait on our Master/Supplier.
There have been a number of contacts made in this area, seeking quantities of our literature. Some have already translated a few of the tracts into their own languages as they wait patiently for the Master to supply the necessary funds for the work through us. We wait on our God!!
Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 February 2013 20:38