Welcome to the Tanzania
Africa base of Teen Missions!
Upcoming Missions Trips to Tanzania (Follow links below…)
History & Ministries of Tanzania Base
Teen Missions first Boot Camp in Tanzania ran in 1992 in the Pare Mountains, south of the town of Moshi. Work and evangelism teams have gone across the country to both the major cities and to remote areas. Staff from Teen Missions Uganda base have run the Tanzania Boot Camp since 2000 and new property for the Boot Camp and a future Bible, Missionary & Work (BMW) Training Center was recently purchased between Moshi and Arusha.
The People & Land of Tanzania
Tanzania, located in East Africa, is a stunning land of contrasts. In the east, are the famous islands of Zanzibar. To the north, stands mighty Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain. Lake Victoria (the world’s second-largest freshwater lake) borders Uganda in the north, and Lake Tanganyika (the world’s second deepest) borders the Congo. Some of Africa’s best game parks are in Tanzania including Ngorongoro Crater and the vast Serengeti plain. Tanzania’s population of over 55 million is approximately 61% Christian, 35% Islam, and 2% indigenous beliefs. Great opportunities exist for sharing the gospel in Tanzania and Bible-based discipleship remains a great need in Tanzania’s churches.
- Tanzania Boot Camp Report January 28, 2016 Bicycles, Evangelism, and Hard Work Tanzania has four teams this year at their Boot Camp, comprised of 89 team members and leaders. The teams are working on landscaping and they have built the base for the water tank that they want to install. The teams are also painting the ceiling board in the building. The teams have helped with the garden for the BIBLE MISSIONARY & WORK (BMW) Training Center students. They did a great job and got everything ready for the BMW students ...
- Prayer Is Powerful September 18, 2015 Praise Report We have resumed a door-to-door ministry working with a small Pentecostal Church about 5 kms from the base. There were five salvations as people made a decision for Christ. We are digging the trench for water with the villagers. From Tanzania : God said is there anything I can fail to do? On Tuesday about midnight my wife and I heard a big knock, a person calling out in Swahili (friend ) which has never happened. I asked who that person was and ...