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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The Country of Tanzania26 NOVEMBER 2014

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Update on Pastor Deo's visit30 OCTOBER 2014

Pastor Deo has had difficulties during his visit as his car broke down on the rough tracks and it is currently at a garage awaiting repair. Pastor Deo returned to Mwanza, where his church is based... [read more]

Visit of Pastor Deo 06 OCTOBER 2014

Pastor Deo is making another visit to Singida this week during which he will carry out research to assist a student at Nottingham University in his water related project. Please pray for safety... [read more]

Answers to Prayer06 OCTOBER 2014

*Acquittal of Augustino Godfrey from all criminal charges *Healing of Mary Paulo and Tabitha after their road traffic accident *Noticeable improvement in the quality of teaching at Tuishime School... [read more]

Tuishime School 14 SEPTEMBER 2014

The latest cohort of children have taken their class VII national exams and results are eagerly awaited when they are published in December. We continue to pray that standards at the school continue... [read more]