Entries by Mozambique

Back in Buuhming’am

And Cardiff and Bangor. We’ve travelled around a bit! The last three weeks have been very varied and almost as busy as Mozambique! But we’ve enjoyed it, so read on to find out more. We did quite a bit of work at Harborne Baptist Church, which has strong links with BMS and is the sending […]

Tchau Tchau Mozambique!

Since our last few weeks were very busy, unfortunately we didn’t manage to upload this post while we were still in Mozambique. But here it is! We’re now back in the UK and have just completed the first week of our mission placement in Birmingham (more on that later). After a few days at home, […]

…And Then We Got Deported

Don’t panic too much, we’re still in Mozambique! But it’s all changed in the last few weeks. The epic saga of visa problems came to its climax when we went to South Africa for our holiday, which also included a trip to the consulate in Nelspruit to get a new visa. Things started badly when […]

A Day in the Life

For this blog we thought we’d share our typical Saturday with you. Hope you enjoy! 8 AM: Breakfast We start our day with breakfast in the outdoor roundhouse where we have all our meals. We’re very fortunate to have such a beautiful place to eat in, and it’s a chance to spend time together before […]

So You Think You Can Dance?

Christmas this year was unlike any other with the 30+ degree heat, but we still enjoyed celebrating it in a different way. On Christmas Day, we had a barbecue with some of the other missionaries Liz and Sergio know, most of whom are Brazilian. Alex and Andrew also attempted to teach them some ceilidh dances, […]

12 Days of Christmas

We have been counting down the days to Christmas by posting on our social media but we thought we’d upload them here too for those who don’t have Facebook or Instagram. Check back every day for an update on this post! Day 1 – Jumping for joy! JOY Christmas is a time of joy and […]

What’s it Like Living With Us?

Now that we are settled into our supervisors’ house, we thought you might like to know a bit more about them and their family. So here are their answers to some questions we asked them on the spot: What do you do here in Mozambique? Liz – I support the national co-ordinator of PEPE (a […]