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ZIMBABWE

Once known as “the breadbasket of Africa,” Zimbabwe’s once booming economy is now fragile and struggling—with a 90 percent unemployment rate and a notoriously unstable currency. Zimbabwe struggles spiritually as well. Though the majority of the population self-identifies as Christian, in reality most follow some combination of a heretical prosperity gospel and African traditional religion.

Here, in this country of beauty and chaos, a small team of MTW missionaries is working with the Zimbabwean Presbytery of Bulawayo to plant churches in both the city and in rural areas. Simultaneously, the team and Presbytery disciple new believers, train local Christian leaders, and foster economic empowerment initiatives through the church plants. The gospel is at work in Zimbabwe, the church is growing and multiplying, and hope is taking root in a dry land.

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