Angelika Maader

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Until February 2021 Angelica was a teacher and counsellor at INTENA (Seminário Teológico Evangélico de Nampula), and worked with PROFORTE in Nampula, Mozambique.

She began serving with AIM as a church worker in Mozambique in 1994 before working at INTENA. Besides her teaching work, Angelika was part of PROFORTE (Programa de Formação Theológica Evangélica de Moçambique), a programme that promotes excellence in Bible schools.

Latest Prayer News

Please pray for Angelika Maader, who has recently retired from missionary service in Mozambique and returned to Germany. Pray that she will re-settle in Germany well, especially given the added challenges of Covid-19 restrictions on top of the reverse culture shock that returning missionaries often experience.

Angelika is preparing to finish serving in Mozambique at the end of January. “Praise God for the good and harmonious course of my first three farewells at two church services and the end of the semester at SEMTENA It is good to look back at what God has done over the years… Please pray for the completion of various handovers, and cleaning and clearing out my material and personal belongings.”

Angelika is planning to leave Mozambique in January for her final Home Assignment before retiring from missionary service: “Praise God for being able to complete administrative formalities (bank, handing over leadership, removing my name from car documents, etc) that I needed to finish in order to begin leaving Nampula. Please pray for my farewells to various church leaders, individuals, former students and others. Please pray for this emotional time.”

“Thank God for the commitment and imagination of teachers and students at INTENA who, despite Covid-19 restrictions, are maintaining studies in a modified form… Please pray for continued inspiration for good ideas for lessons at INTENA. Because it is not yet officially recognised, it doesn’t have permission to open at the moment. Meetings in small groups are possible with adherence to the regulations, and this is what we are doing at the moment.”

The prayer letter for AIM’s Mozambique Unit shares: “The Mozambique government is working on a new law for churches and religious organizations, including Bible schools. Angelika Maader thanks the Lord that she got the information in time about a zoom meeting concerning problems theological institution have with regards to the proposed new law. This includes the understanding and registration of interdenominational institutions. The next meeting will be [10th September]. Pray that these meetings will produces helpful results.”

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