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Partners 4 Africa  // Posts published by Partners 4 Africa

03 May Posted by in NEWS | 5 comments

Bulawayo Sets Record

Nkulumane Church filled to the rafters last Sunday, April 21st, as approximately 1,000 Christians met for a day of fellowship, praise, and worship in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Churches across Matabeleland drove, rode, walked, and biked to the Bulawayo township to worship and also to honor Norman and Joyce Flynn for their faithful and inspiring work for […]

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02 Apr Posted by in NEWS | Comments

Villagers Thankful for Swaziland Container

Our latest container arrived in Manzini, Swaziland, and was welcomed with open arms! Villagers in the Matikulu and Nhletjeni communities received clothing and blankets from banana boxes packed only a few months earlier in the U.S. “We want to pass on a million thanks for the clothes you sent us,” Linda Malindisa of the Matikulu […]

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19 Mar Posted by in NEWS | Comments

Blessings at Ntabazinduna

Brother Edmore Moyo, World Bible School Minister in southern Matabeleland, Zimbabwe, recently shared good news that eleven in their community have been immersed into our Christian family. Clothing from our A.C.T. Project and Bibles from S.H.I.N.E. have also recently been distributed among the community, and were received with joy!”I want to thank and commend you […]

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08 Mar Posted by in FEATURED | Comments

Part of Us – M.O.M. Making an Impact

Each week, hundreds of children at Airport School in Zimbabwe receive meals with Partners 4 Africa’s M.O.M. Project. Noma and Hailey Mlangeni, who facilitate the M.O.M. Project, write: “The feeding program at Airport Primary School has really thrived. If 2012 was a tough year, then 2013 is looking to be a very difficult year for […]

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19 Feb Posted by in FEATURED | Comments

What We Love to Do!

He came to speak with Jesus in the evening. “We all know that God has sent you to teach us. Your miraculous signs are proof enough that God is with you. Jesus replied to Nicodemus, The truth is, no one can enter the kingdom of God without being born of water and the Spirit. Humans can produce […]

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12 Feb Posted by in NEWS | Comments

Rain at Last!

In the words of Velaphi Mlangeni: “Zimbabwe has received very heavy rainfall since mid-January of this year. Crops in all areas are doing exceptionally well! Some brethren from Bells Farm who had planned to visit us this week phoned and said they were not able to do so because the river close to their village […]

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31 Jan Posted by in NEWS | Comments

Africa Rising

“The continent [of Africa] is the world’s next great engine. Sub-Saharan Africa has the second fastest growing regional economy in the world, after Asia. In 40 years the population will have more than doubled. Africa owes its take-off to a variety of accelerators, nearly all of them external and occurring in the past 10 years: […]

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23 Dec Posted by in NEWS | 1 comment

Christmas in Africa

Faith Vimba, in a recent update, explained that the M.O.M. children at Nkulumane WOULD in fact be celebrating Christmas: “Yesterday, we had to give our little angels an early Christmas; we saved a few boxes from the container so that when December comes, the kids have something to cheer about.” Faith and her husband Bruce, […]

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13 Dec Posted by in NEWS | 2 comments

Sharing at Nkulumane

At the Nkulumane church building near Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, over forty children gather every Saturday to participate in the M.O.M. Project. Project facilitator Faith Vimba writes in a recent report: “The Backyard Bible School is a place where we always try to accommodate all kinds of kids. Some of the children are sick and get intimidated […]

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21 Nov Posted by in Blog | 1 comment

5K Run Benefits Zim Families

5K Run Benefits Zim Families

Second Annual Race to Relief 5K Run in Trenton, TN, raised over $1,000 for bush villagers in Zimbabwe last Saturday, Nov. 10. The $20 entrance fee provides food for a family for one month in the rural areas of Matabeleland. Fifty families will receive food from Race to Relief. “We are so thankful and elated […]

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