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Tanzania

NEW CHURCHES! The Bishop Muna of Arusha led a missionary team to Morogoro. Three new churches were planted there last month. Church leaders in Turiani will oversee these churches.

OUTREACH!  In July, Pastor Laban and Anna held outreach activities on the outskirts of Mpanda.  Twelve people gave their lives to Jesus Christ and many were healed and delivered.  Praise the Lord!

NEW VEHICLE! Thanks to your generous support, Pastor Laban plans to purchase this new vehicle!  It will allow him to safely travel to the ministry locations throughout Tanzania and the surrounding nations.  Thank you for providing for this great need!

MEDICAL DISPENSARY! The medical clinic/ dispensary was started by a New Harvest Ministries Bible College graduate who also attended medical school.  It provides medical care for the citizens of Mpanda.  In addition to financially supporting this valuable ministry, NHMI supporters have also donated scrubs, medical supplies, glasses, and OTC medications.

They are constructing a new wing that will provide care for pregnant women and children under the age of five. Government employees will provide this care and expenses will be paid for by the government. The maternity/child care wing will raise awareness of the clinic.

Windows, doors and ceiling have been installed and the floors have been tiled.  Once painted, they will be able to start moving equipment into the building.  The building will have two labor & delivery rooms, a family planning room, an immunization room, a child exam room, a nurse locker room, an office, and a multipurpose room for conferences, meetings, training, prayer, etc.

REFUGEES RETURN HOME! Refugees who recently returned home to Burundi from the Nyargusu refugee camp have begun building a permanent structure to replace the temporary church that they used in April.

MACHINE SHOP! The machine shop is functioning and gaining a good reputation within the community.  It provides work for local citizens and income for the ministry.

India

On November 5, Pastor David arranged for two vans to transport his church members to the orphanage where five people were baptized. 

Pastor David Varghese and Faith in Action Ministries were able to purchase this van with the funds that you raised. They also purchased a large three-wheel auto-rickshaw. This will allow them to drive to other villages to service the bore wells and transport the orphan children to school.

Pastor Edwin, his wife Deepthi and their son Nathan planted this church in Haryana three years ago. Eight to ten families now worship together weekly. Pastor Edwin has built a gated prayer house with a kitchen, and is now constructing living quarters for a pastor.

Pastor John Varghese continues to provide for the needs of his church and community through food distribution.