Recent Events


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Cyclone Relief to Southern Malawi, April 2023
Cyclone Freddy was the longest-lasting Cyclone ever recorded, lasting more than a month. Some of the worst damage was felt in Southern Malawi with loss of life and many houses lost in the floods, as well as the loss of crops for a whole year from a population that heavily depends on the once-a-year harvest for daily food.  
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Easter in Tete, Mozambique, April 2023
Prayer up the mountain on Resurrection Sunday. And first Easter Service in the church that Kenneth is pastoring in Tete after relocating to new land and building new shelter. 
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Meeting Place in Tete Covered for Rainy Season
The previous Wheresoever meeting space is no longer available and meetings have been taking place outside of the house where the team stays.  With the rainy season coming up very soon, we covered a small part of the area to be abe to still hold meetings in the rain. 
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Ministry LocationsSlovakia/Ukraine/Austria, April 2022
Danny and Lindy spent 3 weeks in six Slovak locations nurturing Ukrainian refugees, a trip into Ukraine to deliver two tons of food, and a brief time in Hainburg, Austria at an ecumenical ministry on the way into and out of Slovakia. The time in Slovakia was focused on the plight of the Ukrainian refugees across the nation during this horrible war. 
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Widow in need

Mozambique Disaster Relief Update, June 2019
Wheresoever has been blessed to be able to supply some relief in those areas where we have presence...   A drop in the ocean compared to the need, but a huge help to those few who are blessed by it. We have distributed two waves of relief, with a third coming very soon...   
The Wheresoever strategy has been to identify those who have the most critical needs, and target them and those who can help them. Also helping pastors to get back to a situation where they can again spiritually feed their flock effectively. more

Cyclone Idai update

Mozambique Disaster Relief Update, Apr 2
Mozambique is still in major crisis and needs your prayer. Some of you have asked if Wheresoever is involved in the relief work. The answer is YES.  ...    Four families that attend our meetings lost their homes and are now living at a school. We had heard there were 100 families sheltering there, but Kenneth discovered there are 622 families at that school which only has a handful of classrooms. more

Cyclone DisasterMozambique Cyclone Disaster, March 2019
Critical situation in Mozambique. It started with floods after days of constant rain due to a low pressure system which moved out to sea, gained strength and came back as Cyclone Idai which is being referred to as the worst humanitarian disaster in Mozambique. Tens of thousands are now homeless. Many chrch buildings no longer exist. Food is a huge problem, both now and the effects of all the crops having been destroyed. Collapsed roof in hospitals. more