Africa Human Angle Ministry News

Mozambique insurgents hunt Christians door to door

Christians make up more than half the population in Mozambique as a whole but are less prevalent in the Northern provinces where the insurgency has gained a foothold.

Instead of leaving the area and prioritizing their own safety, many local pastors and national believers are staying in the province to serve among their fellow survivors.

In nearby villages and makeshift camps set up throughout the region, these faith leaders are partnering with a handful of ministries, missionaries, and Christian humanitarian organizations to distribute food, supplies, and farming kits, as well as pray with people, preach the gospel, and hand out thousands of solar-powered audio Bibles to all who ask.

And in the midst of an unthinkable crisis, they report that thousands are coming to faith in Christ.


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