Sent from Evangelical Lutheran Church, St Bartholomai, Treuen, Germany
Kathleen has been serving with AIM among street children in Tanzania since 1995.
Tanzania is one of the world’s poorest nations; agricultural subsistence dominates its economy. Health and education sectors require massive investments.There is freedom of religion; all major faiths have the ability to share and propagate their faith. Christianity makes up 54% of the population with Islam totalling 31%.
She is the Director of Safina Street Network, a ministry reaching out to vulnerable children and youth. Kathleen works to equip and guide Safina’s staff and, together with its leadership team, seek God’s will for the future development of Safina.
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Partner with Kathleen Quellmalz
Kathleen works with Safina Street Network in Dodoma, Tanzania. In her role as Director, Kathleen seeks to equip and guide staff in the various areas of the ministry and seek God’s will along with the leadership team for future development.
If you would like to partner with Kathleen in your prayers, gifts and practical support, please download and complete this form and return to Freepost RTJH-JRZE-XXKX Africa Inland Mission, Halifax Place, Nottingham NG1 1QN.
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Latest prayer points
- 23 February 2018
“A few weeks ago we joined Martin to celebrate the completion of his training as a hotel cook. I remember the time when we met him. He was selling peanuts at the harbour and lived in a small mud house with his grandparents … his parents and many of his relatives were already dead. In the beginning, it was difficult to help him. He often cut school and brought home poor grades. Finally, we decided to take him into one of our foster families. It continued to be difficult until the time when Martin experienced a life changing experience with Jesus. He suddenly blossomed, was motivated and interested. At his graduation ceremony he received an award for good leadership throughout his course of education and is now working as a cook in a 5-star Hotel in Dar es Salaam.”
- 15 September 2017
“In June we again held our Teen-Camp for the 14-18 year olds. This year the theme was: “Be different — be like Jesus”. Three of our camp leaders this year were “former campers”. Once themselves participants, they have grown in the meantime to become co-workers and leaders. For Robert, it was the first time that he was there as a group leader. After the completion of his Secondary School, he decided to join Safina as a volunteer for a few months before starting his A-levels. We are looking forward to this new generation. Presently, there are 11 former youth, who work full-time or as volunteers with Safina…It is in my heart to train, assist and encourage our young co-workers. Unfortunately, at the moment I am too involved in administrative tasks. However, a structural change will be taking place on the management level of Safina in the coming months. Please pray for this important process, which is at the same time a benchmark for the coming years. Pray for wisdom, clarity and unity in the upcoming decisions.”
- 16 December 2016
“Elisha will be our new accountant… We got to know Elisha nine years ago on a street corner begging. He needed money for secondary school. Elisha grew up without a father, but had a loving and believing mother… We helped with the school tuition and Elisha walked one hour each way to and from school. Four years later he passed his O level exam to enter A level education. After graduation he secured a position to study financial management and accounting at university. A few days ago he finished his studies and received his diploma… When we asked him if he would consider working with Safina, he agreed immediately. He began his internship with us on November 1st and Stephen will orient and train him during the next six months.” Praise God for leading Elisha to join the team at Safina, and please pray for him while he settles in to work.