Category Archive: Tanzania

Feb 15

Hannah Hunter, TMCI Missionary to Kenya

Number ministered to:  1,000 Number salvations:  20 I was in Kenya and Tanzania from mid-December to February De worm, gave goats, micronutrients, medical clinics, and among the Maasai. Usual gunfire, tribal upheaval, and lack of clean water. Spent Christmas ministering in prison. We gave lotions, soaps, DVD player and movies to the prisoners. We took …

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Jan 20

Stephanie Baughman, TMCI Missionary in Australia’s Tasmania

Number ministered to:  323 This month we were able to spend the month sharing about the real meaning of Christmas. We were allowed to present an assembly to all of the children at a government school! A few of the children dressed as the characters and we also had a Powerpoint about the best gift, …

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Nov 18

Stephanie Baughman, TMCI Missionary to Australia’s Tasmania

Number ministered to:  95. October was a time to finish up our TCE course. Now students are involved in their field experiences with real children. Also, we have our regular Good News Clubs ongoing along with a new one that started this month at St. Leonards Primary School. I attended the CEF National Conference in …

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Oct 17

Stephanie Baughman, TMCI Missionary to Australia’s Tasmania

Number ministered to:  53, This month I was focused on teacher training. CEF has a 30-hour college level course called Teaching Children Effectively which we began for children’s ministry leaders in the area. Also, I conducted a day-long Super Seminar training for a local church that has a Kid’s Club and would like to have …

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Jun 04

Darren O’Quinn TMCI Missionary to Uganda and Tanzania

Darren O’Quinn TMCI Missionary to Uganda and Tanzania # ministered to 200 Monthly Report Summary May was a very busy month, I spent a lot of time getting ready to go back to Africa. I got to minister at a few churches casting the vision. Getting everything together for TMCI. And getting the Web Site …

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