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Partners 4 Africa  // Posts published by Partners 4 Africa

01 Nov Posted by in Blog | 1 comment

Tears of Joy at Gcabayi

We are thrilled to share a story with you from Brother Velaphi in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe. “Yesterday was one of our happiest days when seven souls gave their lives to the Lord and were baptized at Umzingwane River in Gcabayi, Matabeleland South.  I went there with Dumisani because Jacob had visited Christians at Mtshabezi. We went to […]


01 Nov Posted by in Blog | Comments

Bibles Distributed in Matabeleland

  Hundreds of Ndebele and English Bibles have been distributed to eager children of God during the last few months. Matabeleland has enjoyed a great influx of the Word of God thanks to individuals and churches in the USA. We are thankful for the diligence of Brothers Velaphi, Hailey and Austine in distributing these in […]


11 Sep Posted by in Blog | 1 comment

New Feeding at Njube

Christians in the Njube community of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, have established a new M.O.M. feeding program. The program assists 30 children from impoverished homes with a nutritional, solid meal each week. Every Saturday, Brother Mthokozisi Sibanda teaches the children songs of praise and Bible lessons as Noma Mlangeni and others help prepare the food. “All of […]


24 Aug Posted by in Blog | Comments

Christians Welcome 10th Container

Christians rejoice as the 10th container from the states arrived in Bulawayo July 23rd, 2012. Although the container arrived as the sun was setting, both young and old worked rigorously until every box was unloaded. Brother Austine Vimba explained that each time a container arrives, Christians gather together to work and distribute its contents.   […]


22 Aug Posted by in Blog | 1 comment

“I Thank God for You”

Reflections from Janet…. For the past six weeks, I have had the humbling opportunity to lead a Bible series at our Partners 4 Africa Center in Bulawayo.  Each Friday night, over a dozen young ladies gathered to encourage, learn, and pray together. At the end of our time in Bulawayo, I had but one phrase […]


02 Aug Posted by in Blog | 1 comment

A Fluid Situation, Hallelujah!

At last count, at least 100 precious souls has been immersed into Christ during June & July in Matabeleland Province. A composite of people, both rural and urban, young and old, blue collar and white collar, decided to obey Christ’s command. The privilege to stand in ice cold water (wintertime in Zimbabwe), whether in a […]


02 Aug Posted by in Blog | Comments

100 Hours in the Word

What an amazing adventure we, the children of God, experience from the time we surrender to God’s will until the moment we are called to our eternal home. The last few months have have reminded us of this wonderful life. The privileges to share the word of God have been diverse, multiple, and challenging, and […]


02 Aug Posted by in Blog | 1 comment

What A Day!

Thoughts from Dorian… “It is special anyway. I’m referring to Sunday. Christians all over the world gather to celebrate victory in Jesus. That is where we collectively remind ourselves of the Father’s love, the Son’s surrender, and the Holy Spirit’s comfort. But for the Nkulumane church family to have over 200 children in class and […]


11 Jul Posted by in Blog | 1 comment

Changing Lives with M.O.M.

Three years ago at Airport School in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, two three-year-olds sat against the concrete school wall, away from all the other students who cheerfully ate and chatted together. Besides the heaping plate of food in their laps, they were unresponsive, their glassy eyes fearful and fatigued.   The thought crosses your mind, “Is this […]


11 Jul Posted by in Blog | 1 comment

Loaves and Fishes

  Every Saturday at Nkulumane Church in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, three Christian ladies prepare food for about 35 orphans and disadvantaged children in the community. And every Saturday, over 60 children show up with hungry bellies and open hearts. “We make enough food for the thirty-five, but we can’t just turn the others away,” Faith Vimba, […]