AE Zimbabwe has had a busy year of Gospel proclamation. Join us in celebrating some highlights of 2017 and the events Team Leader Guide Makore and his team are excited for in the coming months.
Youth evangelism is a significant focus for Zimbabwe. Six Foxfire youth evangelists (read their testimonies here) have reached nearly 1,000 people through presenting to 5 schools, 4 companies, 8 churches and 10 youth groups! The team will continue outreach for the rest of the year, with a focus on reaching refugees and bring hope through Jesus to all they encounter.
One CEO (Earthmovers Company) said,
“It is awesome to experience the love of God and hope as the gospel has been preached to us in the market place by these young Foxfire youth evangelists”
AE Zimbabwe has also held outreach events in the Easter holidays, connected with executive church leaders, and preached the Gospel in partnership with Campus Crusade in homes, beside streets and highways, outside factories and shops, and to inmates and correctional service guards at correctional facilities.
A student Ntabazinduna Zimbabwe Prison Correctional Services Training School said of the AE visit,
“I enjoyed the day so much. The theme ‘Operation Duty My Duty’ had a great impact on us as recruit officers, as we are going to work with the inmates in prison. Our duty is to look after them and take care of them. The message you gave to us was unique and really appreciated. We now know how to work well, because of your message. Thank you a million times over to all members of AE Zimbabwe.”
Thank you for praying for the AE Zimbabwe Team as they lay foundations for 2019 and 2020 missions to Bulawayo and Botswana. Pastor and student training in evangelism and discipleship are crucial first steps in this process.
AE Australia is also excited to announce the construction of a new borehole in Hopely, provided through the support of generous donors in Australia. The borehole is due to be constructed in the coming months, and will help restore dignity and life to 25,000 vulnerable people who call this shanty town on the southern outskirts of Harare home.