Africa
Inland Mission

Jurgen & Katja Hofmann

with Vanya, Issa, Abbey, Dani & Simeon

Sent from Evangelische Gemeente ‘De Ambassade’

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The Hofmann family have lived among the Tanala people of Madagascar since 2015. They began their ministry by studying the local dialect and culture so they can communicate the gospel in the heart language of the people. They have already translated 40 Bible stories in Tanala language. They are now using these stories to tell the gospel from village to village, and are working on translating the books of Luke and Acts.

Madagascar The world’s fourth biggest island boasting flora and fauna that exist nowhere else on earth. 92% of the population exist on less than £2 per day. 41% of the population identify with Christianity, 7% with Islam, the majority follow Traditional African Religions.

It is the Hofmanns’ passion to tell the good news of Jesus Christ to those who have never heard; to give them the chance to believe and be saved; to see lives – a country – transformed.

The Tanala are among the least reached people groups and are eager to hear the gospel. On the most recent survey the elders of a village expressed: ‘If the Bible is good news our people need to hear it!’ And then: ‘When will you come?’

Could you partner with the Hofmanns in this work?

Partner with the Hofmanns

The Hofmanns are based in Maroamboka, Madagascar, working on translating the Bible so they can communicate the gospel in the heart language of the local people.

If you would like to partner with the Hofmanns 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.

For any queries, please email: finance.nl@aimint.org

 

 

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