Wednesday, March 08, 2006


One of the goals we have as missionaries is to reach out to under reached people groups and tribes. In Zambia, we’re working among the Lozi tribe. Here less than four percent of the population claims to be Christian of any kind. The facts are startling that so many people still need to hear about Jesus. Scott travels to Zambia several times a year to continue teaching the leaders of the churches there to be Biblically sound, to be evangelistic, and to grow in their faith so the churches will be healthy.

We are now getting ready to start a work in Mozambique that will be similar. Our team met together on Monday to strategize, and I was shocked at some of the things I learned. One of the tribes we’re looking at targeting is called the Tonga tribe. It’s located in southern Mozambique and from the current information we have, this tribe of about 230,000, less than one percent claim to be any type of evangelical Christian.

The need is great. Please pray that God will go before us, and that He will raise up the people He’s chosen to go with us into Mozambique to spread the good news of Jesus!

These are some pictures from one of Scott's last trips.



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