By Bob Allen The most unsettling experience during our mission trip was our brief visit to the albino compound outside of Shinyanga known as Buhangija. Thoughts of these children have continued to haunt me for the last month. There are four compounds in Tanzania established to protect albino children from death or serious injury from
Author: Susan Allen
Bob Allen addressed the 2015 Mid South Convention of the LCMS about the work in SELVD in Tanzania. The attendees were very impressed with the progress and voted 100% to continue to support the education of pastors from Tanzania in conjunction with the Concordia Seminary in Ft. Wayne, IN. Pastor Paul Becker of East TN
Dr. Lawrence Rast, a great friend to the SELVD, preaching at the Mid-South District LCMS convention today in Memphis. He is telling all at the conference about the good things happening between LCMS, Concoridia Seminary FT Wayne and the Southeast of Lake Victoria diocese. What a
The team received a gift of a casaba root to bring back to USA. The Tanzanians are very hospitable and generous. They like to show their appreciation for visitors. They chop this root up and pound it into flour and use it to make ungali, which is a major food product.