The Frontier Missions DTS (FMDTS) is back from their Mozambique outreach. They were nearly two months in the “bush” traveling to different towns and even Islands. Shirley (the school leader) wrote a lovely report on everything they did. I include an extract in the blog to give you little bit of an idea of their atventure. If you have the opportunity ask them about their experiences , there is much more to be told.
“The first three weeks we were in Quelimane where we worked with two churches. We did spiritual mapping and prayer walking, ran a discipleship training seminar for the youth of the church focusing on topics such as evangelism, How to work as a Team, Salvation and Discipleship.
One of the days we went to the Island called Vila de Mucupia (Mucupia Village) in the District of Inhassunge. On this island we spent time encouraging the Christians and doing door to door evangelism. YWAM has been working there for about two years now. There is no church on the Island but has a group of Christians that meet as a fellowship. We were involved in a Teacher training Seminar where we presented part of the Academic Orientation Seminar.
After the three weeks in Quelimane, we embarked on a 6 hour journey to the city of Pebane which is 300km from Quelimane and then sailed down the river for 3hours to the Island of Idugu. Here we spent 10 days. The exact population seem to be disputed. With some saying 12 000 and some saying 17 000. The Island is Muslim mixed with Animism, with there staple food being Cassava and more cassava…….” (A.P)