As the sun rises so do the sales.

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Selling Chickens as the sun rises

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On the field we have to be a jack of all trades. This month the chicken sales at the school have been very slow forcing us to get out and sell more.
Our success has lead to our failure as neighbors have built chicken sheds and are selling chickens into our markets. We had a training day on how to raise chickens and it seems to have worked. In a normal week we sell about 1000 chickens, this week we have sold 250. This Means more feed is consumed by those left taking from the profits. New markets need to be sort, but as the economy increases so will the markets.

2012 Statistics

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In 2012 we trained 176 Church leaders in Mozambique, they in turn planted 121 churches between them.

We saw 1656 salvations, 699 people were baptised in water and 463 baptised in the Holy Spirit.

In November we hosted 8 separate graduation ceremonies followed by lunch for all the students who participated in our course in 2012, and their guests.

We have trained the primary school leadership to take over the primary school by the end of 2013. This will free us up to spend more time in public schools helping bring the gospel to the unsaved.

We reached out to 506 school children and look forward to increasing this number in 2013.

We built an office that is also being used this year as a training centre.

We have a religious programme for public schools to bring the gospel to school children and to help reduce corruption in the education system.

We have registered our organisation with the Provincial Government and it is currently in the process of being registered with the Federal Government.

We are looking forward to our ministry moving to Catandica during 2013 as we know this will open up many opportunities for us to minister to the church and local secular leadership.

Bush whacking on the way to church.

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Getting the bush experience on the way to church this morning.
First thing we did when we arrived was check for ticks. Then we settled down and waited for everyone to turn up.

Drunken music.

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We had an over night stay for training. In the morning we were woken in the early hours by the loud music of our drunken neighbor. He did want to turn it down so training was held to the background music. When I was answering a question on "who can be filled with the the Holy Spirit", the music stopped until I was finished. After training the neighbor said he was active in church before now he drinks his days away but next time we are training he will turn off his music. He must have been effected by what was said. Please pray for him and our students.