A team of 6 from the mission and two friends from
Pretoria went to Carlos in Inhambane from Friday till Monday to minister.
We found Carlos in good health and the work growing slowly but surely. On Saturday morning
we spoke at a nearby school about drugs and alcohol. This was an excellent opportunity to
bring the Gospel into schools in Mocambique as it is not allowed by law. However, using
the issue of drugs the doors were open and we could tell them about the One who came to
set the captives free.
In the afternoon a service was held at Carlos' house for a small group and in the evening
we showed a film at a nearby village, many people attended.
On Sunday morning a service was held at Carlos' "church" under the trees and
finally in the evening we showed the Jesus film to his people and whosoever came from near
and far. It was a blessed weekend and a great encouragement for Carlos and his people to
know that though they are poor and far away they are not alone, there are Christians who
remember them and support them.
Conditions are improving in certain spheres of life and deteriorating in others, the roads
are deteriorating rapidly and the drought is causing a shortage of food in the country.
Carlos greets all who know him and asks to be remembered before the Lord continually as
the opposition to the Gospel remains strong.
A small team of co-workers left Thursday 19 February for a short visit to KSB
co-worker, Carlos Vilanculos, Inyambane Province of Mozambique.