“Weeping may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning.” — Psalm 30:5b (NLT)
Machava, Maputo - Mozambique
We believe that together, with hearts as one, we can give the love of Father God and provide a better future for our kids. Besides our children, we work with our neighborhood and other villages of Maputo’s district. We minister to poor children and families in a village called Catembe and we also do outreaches in Maputo’s theaters to young people. We have a big truck and we travel doing outreaches for many cities in Mozambique.
Our base is a big home, everyone works as a family giving love and support for our almost one hundred children. We work hard to make this place the best place in the world for our sons and daughters who live here. The base includes a church, care for children and youth, primary and elementary schools, beauty salon, sewing room, music classes, ballet classes, bakery. We have a large and active church with services three times a week at church and once a week in the bush. Many visitors come each year for the experience of a lifetime!
“Weeping may endure for a night, But joy comes in the morning.” Psalm 30:5 This verse sumarizes what we’ve experience in the weeks following the tornado of last October 24th.. Tears dried up, strength renewed by the Lord to start over and continue where we left off. Our school is on track to be ready b...
Last night (October 24th), a severe storm left a trail of destruction in the Maputo region. At 7 pm we began to hear a strong and scary noise outside our house. The combination of strong winds (gusts of 120 km/h), heavy rain and hail caught us by surprise. Many windows were broken. Huge trees fell over o...
It was with great joy that we gathered together from the 23rd to the 25th of September at our church Igreja Evangélica Comunhão na Colheita to celebrate the 19th anniversary of this ministry that has been God's instrument to rescue many lives to the Lord Jesus in Mozambique. These were days of joy and ex...
After the Storm - Rebuild time
Machava Floods and the new"Bridge"
Machava base floods