Entries by Bob Harvey

2018.10.21 John Rowse – Praise & Prayer

Received on 21st October 2018 Dear friends, So far pastors down here in the far south-east of Tanzania have been VERY teachable, though shocked as usual. Uhakika Questionnaire Results The attached questionnaire results will give you a taste of what’s happening. (I’ve put it into English for you.) This is with “fathers” from a very […]

Richard Wilson – August 2018

As I prepare to return to India on 20 September planning my itinerary Hiralal Solanki has been hard at it working in the ‘IRFA circuit of ministry’ that is focusing on the reformed and Presbyterian churches across India. We are so grateful to those that have contributed financially so that the full support for Hiralal […]

Lauren Crase – July 2018

Bondia hotu hotu, morning all. June & July were quite exciting months! You might remember last time that the Triage program was just getting up and running. Praise God that despite a few challenges, the Triage program was officially implemented in one of the 5 Community Health Centres (CHC’s) in Dili. Over the space of […]

John Rowse – August 2018

I am now home, but head off again in just over three weeks. When I last wrote I was in Uganda, and was looking forward to a seminar for pastors of a second, larger Anglican Diocese, West Ankole. I must mention that one Baptist church in Sydney funded these two seminars for Anglican pastors! It […]

Lauren Crase – May 2018

Bondia hotu hotu, good morning all.  My apologies for sending this newsletter out later than expected.  You might remember in my last newsletter that my nursing team was preparing for a triage training program that was to be delivered in the Vera Cruz Community Health Centre (CHC) in Dili.  After several very positive meetings with […]

John Rowse Update – May 2018

Dear praying friends, I now have a few more details from Uganda for you on the coming programme there. Presbyterian Theological Students But firstly, the time with the Presbyterian theological college students in Dar was good fun. The students were nice and responsive. Most had grasped justification on my last visit in January, but the […]