In May we gathered a few pastors and went to the district of Marromeu in Sofala province about 520km from Chimoio. We were there for 2 weeks to give seminars for local leaders and God poured out His blessings. We then travelled to a community called Luaue where the only way to get there is by boat or helicopter, we spent 3 days there teaching the word of God. Also with us were a medical and an educational group helping the population. There was also a registry officer with us to register all the children in that place. It was tremendous being there and be able to see God making a difference in peoples lives. This community exists for more or less 100yrs and there's only 2 churches and 1 primary school created by YWAM where children and adults are all in the same first grade class.
"Whoever watches the wind will not plant; whoever looks at the clouds will not reap." "Sow your seed in the morning, and at evening let not your hands be idle, for you do not know which will succeed, whether this or that, or whether both will do equally well." Ecclesiastes 11:4,6
Mozambique was Portugal's colony for 470 years. In September 1975 they won their independence and a civil war broke out, not too long after, which lasted 17 years and ended in 1992 after a peace treaty signed in the city of Rome.
- Area: 799,380 km2 - Location: Southeast Africa - Population: 20,3 million - Capital: Maputo - Official language: Portuguese (spoken by 40% of population plus 47 other dialects) - Ethnicity: Macoas 46,1%, Tsongas, Malavis & Shonas 53%, others 9% - Religion: Traditional 49,9%, Christian 47% (Catholics 21,3%, Protestants 12,6%, others 13,1%, double filiation 8,1%), Islam 10,4%, others 0,2%, no religion 0,6%.