Hope for Tanzania

Christians in Tanzania

Added 07 November 2010

Today marks the day when Christians around the world remember their fellow brothers and sisters who are suffering persecution simply because of their religous faith. Life is tough for them and thousands are martyred every year with many more being discriminated against, imprisoned, tortured and deprived of basic human rights. Whilst the situation in Tanzania is relatively calm it is unlikely to remain so for much longer. Already Christians in Zanzibar and the coastal regions, who are in the minority, find life difficult as increasing efforts are made for the islamisation of Zanzibar and the establishment of laws which would prevent Christians from living without fear of reprisals because of their decision to follow Jesus Christ.


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Grace Mbise11 JUNE 2014

Grace, an evangelist, has just returned from an outreach in Tanga at which many people started following the Lord Jesus. What great news, particularly as many of these were from a different religious... [read more]

Update on Augustino Godfrey 11 JUNE 2014

The case against Augustino Godfrey has not yet been decided as there have been unimaginable delays in the Tanzanian justice system. Most of these are due to non-shows from judges and lawyers... [read more]

Felix and Naomi Masenge06 APRIL 2014

Felix and Naomi, our friends who founded the school, have been humble servants of God for many years. Instead of living a life of relative luxury they have been generous in giving up land for... [read more]

Mr Augustino Godfrey08 MARCH 2014

Please remember Augustino and his family in your prayers. He is a friend of ours, a director at the Arusha Education Dept,a parent of a girl at Tuishime and one of the governors at the school. He has... [read more]

Children and their Families05 JANUARY 2014

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