Global Mission pioneer John started a branch Sabbath School in Kisaka Saka on the island of Zanzibar just a year ago. As a result of his efforts to share Christ in the community John enrolled four families in Discovery Bible School. Now the small group meets twice a week in this thatched shelter, which serves as their house of worship.
Despite limited resources John secured a small plot of land and plans are underway to build a more permanent church soon, which will serve as a beacon of God’s love to the community. Thank you for your ongoing support of Global Mission that makes mission like this possible.
Major Languages: Kiunguja, English, and Arabic
Major Religions: Muslim and Christian
Population: 1.07 million
Adventist Membership: 479
Adventist to population ratio: 1: 2,233
Throughout the world there are thousands of people and places that are still untouched by the Adventist message. Fund number 5200 will help provide the resources needed to reach into the most unreached areas of the world. Your support will take the gospel to people and places where an Adventist, or in many cases, even a Christian has never gone before.
Global Mission pioneers are local people who dedicate at least one year to starting new churches in areas or among people groups where there is little or no Adventist presence.
Mission 360° features inspiring stories about mission work.
One day while Rajah was holding a Bible study, a mob approached his house, brandishing sticks and swords.