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Reflections from Dzingai

When I joined Ameva Bible College in 1985 I was the youngest student. I was very poor in English. Mrs Martin Williams from the U.K helped me to learn good English. I had no money for school fees. Each time before school starts I would work on the farm for fees. My greatest prayer at the college was to preach the word of God to other countries.

Afterwards I went into the field. As a young Pastor I was challenged by the elders of the Church. The little money they gave me was not enough for rent and food. Being faithful to God I continued fasting and praying. I knew God would answer me Jeremiah 33:3.

Now I am a changed leader. My prayer to other countries to extend God's Kingdom was fulfilled. God is picking willing people to support me financially while working in his garden. Air tickets are expensive but God is able. Now I am hoping to helping the old people to get enough food. l am fasting and praying for God to open doors for them.

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