Inland Mission

Verena Schafroth

Sent from Landeskirchliche Gemeinschaft Augsburg, Germany


Verena started serving with AIM in 2009, when she went on assignment in South Sudan as a theological educator. After finishing her assignment she returned to Germany to study for a Doctorate in Theology, and then went to Portugal for a year of language learning before starting her new assignment in Mozambique in September 2015.

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After a few months of orientation, Verena started teaching theology at the Colégio Teológico de Pemba in March 2016. The College is an interdenominational Bible school seeking to train Christian church workers.

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Verena moved to Pemba, Mozambique in September 2015. After an initial orientation period, she will start teaching theology in March 2016 at the Colégio Teológico de Pemba.

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