Thursday, October 2, 2008

City Opens for Missionary Work in Mozambique

According to several missionaries serving in the Mozambique Maputo Mission, the city of Nampula will open to the preaching of the Gospel in the next month. This will be the first time missionaries have been assigned to a city in northern Mozambique. A branch functioned in Nampula for around a year or so in 2006 and a branch was just created in the city again by the mission president. Angola will have four missionaries serving in Luanda, the capital city, within the next month or so. There is also word that other cities will also be opening to missionary work next month as well. Right now there are 16 branches and over 4,200 members of the Church in the country.

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