We arrived at the border with heavily laden vehicle and trailer containing 1.8 tonnes of Bibles, Discipleship books, Gospel literature, and audio/visual Leadership training materials.
Dear Friends, Family and Supporters
Greetings in the precious Name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ!
We trust all is well with you.
We had a very effective, busy and appreciated time of ministry in Malawi, the warm heart of Africa. Our schedule was packed, our free time was scarce, adventures were plenteous and the scenery was breath-taking!
25 June 2005 marked the 30 th anniversary of the revolution in Mozambique, and the 10 th anniversary of peace in Mozambique. In 1975, after being a Portuguese colony for 470 years, Mozambique was abandoned by the Portuguese and declared independent on 25 June 1975. Despite the existence of several political parties and numerous requests for a referendum or elections, the Portuguese abandoned the country to the Marxist revolutionaries, Frelimo – without any referendum or opportunity for elections. Frelimo’s leader, Samora Machel, declared Mozambique “the first truly Marxist-Leninist country in Africa!”
Statement written by Francisco Nota Moises, former Frelimo member and official of the National Council.
“It was a known fact within Frelimo that Samora Machel had practiced ritual cannibalism in the Sixties while undergoing treatment by voodoo practitioners. In his bid to be unchallengeable, invincible and capable of warding off all dangers through witchcraft, Machel gave his soul over to Satan. Because of their strange beliefs, Frelimo leaders, including the present president of Mozambique, Joaquim Chissano, do usually resort to witchdoctors. It was Chissano who instituted concentratton camps and forced-labour camps in Mozambique."
The response of the Frelimo Dictatorship in Mozambique to the increasing successes of the resistance movement has been a scorched earth policy, where all food supplies in “liberated zones’ under Renamo control or in contested areas are systematically destroyed.
MOZAMBIQUE - HEALTH SITUATION 1988
A team of three Frontline missionaries have just returned from a two and a half month - five nation - field outreach which included 14 000km of driving over some of the worst roads in Central Africa. Their truck suffered 18 flat tyres, and two members of the team came down with malaria, during this epic journey. Some days involved walking 30km, or more, in the blazing heat of the Zambezi valley, in order to deliver Bibles and Gospel booklets to Mozambique and Zambian tribesman in remote areas.
A Frontline mission team recently returned from a 16 week long, 14 000 km field outreach to Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Three Frontline missionaries recently returned from an extensive 4 month, 4 nation mission tour. It involved over 200 meetings, including 21 Seminars and conferences, and 18 000 km driving throughout Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe (hence M2Z2). Frontline Field Director, Robert reports:
Testimony of an ex-FRELIMO (FPLM) soldier who participated in this massacre: