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.
Author: Susan Allen
From June 15, 2015 through June 19th, 64 pastors and their wives attended training on Behavioral Change. This was the second year for PLI training and it was well received. Other trainers included Mary Doering, Denise Thiele. PLI’s purpose is to help missional leaders and wives,to impact their congregation in new ways by reviving their understanding
The mission team snapped this precious picture of a 3 year old girl removing an Acacia thorn from her older brother’s foot. This is not unusual for her to have such a skill. You see very young girls with a baby brother or sister on their back. They take care of their siblings and
The mission team from KS is back in the states and we are starting to see some of their pictures and stories via Facebook. They purchased one month’s worth of food for 208 alino orphans when they went to visit outside of Shinyanga. The team reports they were down to their last two days