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25 Jan Posted by in NEWS | Comments

A Very Merry Christmas in Lesotho

  A letter from Nono in Lesotho: “We cannot express our gratitude enough for your gift, which enabled us to help the orphans, old widows and needy children in the village! We manage to meet the different needs of the children and were able to find boxes and paper bags to put the gifts. The […]

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04 Nov Posted by in NEWS | Comments

Tears of Joy in Gwanda

A beautiful story from Bro. Velaphi in Zimbabwe: Some few  weeks ago, Sipho and I embarked on a preaching trip to Lushonkwe in Gwanda. We visited several villages preaching the Gospel Truth. In one village, we visited a home we had visited before early this year.  When we were through with our preaching at this home,  […]

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13 Aug Posted by in NEWS | Comments

50 Wells Completed in our A.C.T. Project

Fifty. In 2008, we set a goal to dig 50 wells in southern Africa by 2018. This week, we met that goal. Fifty wells completed in eight and a half years. God is good, and he is capable of doing exceedingly more than what we ask and imagine. Our team just finished three wells in […]

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16 Jul Posted by in NEWS | Comments

Five Immersed Into Christ

Five souls were immersed into Christ this week in the Bulawayo area of Zimbabwe. Brother Mlangeni baptized one of the five at Nkulumane church on Sunday. “We rejoice with this brother and welcome him into God’s family,” Brother Mlangeni said. Please continue to pray for the growing church in Zimbabwe. 

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09 Apr Posted by in NEWS | Comments

25th Container Arrives in Bulawayo

Volunteers and team members unloaded the 25th container at Partners for Africa center in Bulawayo this week. Many enjoyed the morning together unloading, sorting and distributing boxes to seventeen congregations. We appreciate the planning of Hailey John Mlangeni and the unity of the brethren to get these clothes to desperately needy people. We’d also like to […]

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15 Mar Posted by in NEWS | Comments

First Zambia Container Distributed to Rural Churches

Christians and community members in Zambia lined the walkway into the church building where clothing from Partners’ first Zambian container were being distributed. This container served over ten different communities in the rural areas. The A.C.T. Project (African Container Transport) focuses on sending gently used clothing and math and science textbooks to schools and churches […]

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23 Feb Posted by in NEWS | Comments

First Container Arrives in Zambia

Last week our very first container arrived in Zambia to brother Phiri and Christians there. This container was filled with clothing for men, women and children and was distributed to Christians in the area. We praise God for this blessing! To learn more about our A.C.T. Project, click here.  

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26 Jan Posted by in NEWS | Comments

Zim Churches Distribute Food to Rural Areas During Drought

The drought continues in Matabeleland, and we are blessed to be able to provide bags of mealie-meal to rural villagers during this time. Last week, Hailey Mlangeni and others delivered 80 bags of mealie meal weighing 10kg each to Madlulani and Alisdale congregations in the bush. “We distributed the mealie meal this week,” Mlangeni said. “The […]

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26 Jan Posted by in NEWS | Comments

Mutare Container Arrives; Christians Distribute

Partners 4 Africa’s latest 40-foot container arrived in Mutare, Zimbabwe, and has been distributed to communities and churches surrounding Victoria Falls. The community of Stapleford and Sakubva were among recipients of clothing and shoes from this container. “Blessings from our Father God – thank you for the love of the saints in Zimbabwe. Sakubva church […]

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21 Jan Posted by in NEWS | Comments

M.O.M. Project at Nkulumane and Airport Continue Through Drought

The drought continues in Matabeleland, and M.O.M. Project  Facilitator Noma Mlangeni reflects on the importance of providing meals for young children during this time: “The months of November and December were truly months of thanksgiving for the children at Airport as they were happy and thankful to receive a hearty meal every week. The meals […]

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