Our missional outreach includes partnerships with Tanzanian churches to spread the Word, train leaders, assist pastors and churches with unexpected needs, help fund repairs and construction of churches and support programs for orphans, widows, schools and health education.
Our missional work, as is every aspect of our work in TZ, is an ongoing ministry in addition to our annual mission trips. We are in daily communication with our TZ leaders whom we consider our family and our hands and feet on the ground. We work together to be God's instruments for His purposes in Tanzania.
These pictures highlight some of our activities and relationships in various areas of Tanzania. See more by clicking Learn More above.
Julius Lock, one of our orphaned students, receives a large bag of rice to assist his guardian family, and a solar lantern which will enable him to study at night.
TFT student, Gloria George, recently received a handicap bike purchased through donations to TFT.
These children were proudly wearing dresses made by Powhatan women and delivered on the 2017 Together for Tanzania Mission Trip.
The 2017 TFT Mission Team presents the story of Noah at the Sunday service of Kilimanjaro Baptist Church.
Throughout the 2017 Mission Trip, the TFT team distributed large bags of maize and rice to families our mission serves. These bags will feed each family for several months. Your donations make this gift possible.
Well at Longido has been completed! This very deep well is located in the maasai area in northern Tanzania, one of the driest areas is Tanzania. The well will service 3,000 people.
Nyangusi Pelo, a former TFT student and now leader for TFT, oversees the care and distribution of food to elderly widows in the area.
Dedication of well completed with funds from TFT. Another well, in memory of Jimmy Timberlake, was also completed and celebrated by an entire community. TFT partners with Safe Water for Life and Dignity, which digs wells in romote areas of TZ.
The 2019 Mission Team visited the temporary wooden church building in Lengijave, where Olmotonyi Baptist Church has begun a satellite church. Lengijave is located in a beautiful valley where students must walk five miles to school and where there is no well for safe water.