05 Feb The first prayer books in the Lolo language
In 2011, in the Diocese of Niassa, Mozambique, a young man called Ramine began working in a remote part of Zambezia to reach a community who spoke the Lolo language and who had not heard of the Lord in their language. There was no Bible or prayer book in their language
In mid-2012, Archbishop Thabo Makgoba visited the Diocese of Niassa and travelled to Zambezia, and Ramine greeted him with the news that he had planted 19 Christian communities in 6 months! Supported by Rooted in Jesus For Africa methodology and the work of the Holy Spirit, Christian communities grew. Now under the leadership of Venerable Samuel, there are 19 church communities in the remote area of Derre, Morrumbala district. This year under Ven. Samuel’s leadership and supported by MANNA and a grant from St Augustines Foundation, an Anglican prayer book has been published in the Lolo language. Isn’t that amazing?
Praise the Lord for this wonderful work and we are privileged to be able to support it.