We're Returning to Mozambique This Summer and Visiting Uganda and Zambia Also!

Exciting Things Are in Store for This Upcoming Trip


The last time Jason and I were in Mozambique was during the summer of 2022, and we are simply amazed at all God has accomplished through this ministry over these past two years. We feel so blessed just to be a part of it!

Since our last visit, three students have graduated their nursing or health education university programs, and nine have graduated from an entrepreneurial training program. Our children’s ministry and medical outreach programs have grown. We’ve gained a third medical team member, which increases our Mozambican team to a total of 15. We started a farm, raised crops, built a bridge, taught interns, raised chickens and are now building our own chicken houses on our land – a huge step toward achieving a sustainable ministry!

We are very excited about our upcoming return trip this summer (2024). We plan to depart late June and stay in Africa for two months. We'll be spending a LOT of time ministering and working with our team there.

We’ll be speaking at our partner churches each Sunday and Wednesday and sharing what the Lord lays on our hearts. Foreign guest speakers generally draw people who might not otherwise set foot in a church. We’ve always seen salvations and powerful moves of God during such times in the past. Most Mozambican churches are located amongst people’s homes, and due to their open structure, everyone in the neighborhood can hear what’s being preached. We're praying that God will use this to his advantage and move on the hearts of many!

We will also be gathering with our team to plan, strategize, problem solve, team build, teach, and further build relationships. We’re looking forward to seeing the progress of the farm, the growth of our children’s ministry, and how much our orphan children have grown! We hope to also participate in a medical outreach conducted by our medical team.

At the beginning of the trip, Jason will go to Uganda for a week to visit our ministry partner - the Siloam Mountain Junior School - an orphanage and boarding school caring for over 600 children. We want to become more familiar with their needs and assess how to help them become more self-sustaining through agricultural projects that can provide food and generate revenue to help meet their needs.

At the end of our stay on the African continent, we plan to travel to Zambia for a week to visit our orphans and their caretakers and to plan for their future.


But we have a huge challenge in getting back to Africa. The cost of airfare is very expensive as are visas and lodging. On our last trip to Mozambique the airfare alone was $2,700 for the two of us. This time it cost $4,600. That’s a 70% increase! Plus, we have the flights to Uganda and Zambia and other expenses. We could really use your assistance to help cover this journey!

We believe in being faithful with what we’ve been given, so when you and others partner with us financially, we safeguard and use those funds wisely. If you read our 2023 Annual Report, you already know how much was accomplished on so small a budget.

When you partner with us, every life we minister to, educate, or even save (medically) is a testament before God of your participation in his command to all of us to go and make disciples of all nations and to help the orphan and widow in their distress.

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Some of Our Partnering Organizations
Working Together to Change Lives
Grace Community Assembly in Branson, Missouri Jubilee Worship Center in Harrison, Arkansas Caring for Orphans Mozambique in Temecula, California Hope House Children's Homes in Reeds Spring, Missouri Siloam Mountain Jr School in Uganda, Africa Young Africa in Mozambique, Africa Sofala Department of Agriculture