Apr 27 - May 6, 2023
Jerry & Rachel Wyatt III
Faith Baptist Church
If you want to witness a multi-generational family impact for missions in Africa, then this is your trip. Jerry Wyatt III grew up on the mission field and was called back there to serve with his wife Rachel and their four children: David, Kate, Andrew, and Lauren. Their church is now two decades old, and you will spend time working alongside Tanzanian believers who have been saved for years, as well as some recently saved at MMO clinics, stadium crusades, public school ministries, radio ministry, or other outreach ministries of this vibrant church. These new believers have incredible opportunities for discipleship and growth; Faith Baptist Bible College exists to train the next generation of Tanzanians for Christ!
Why has Pastor Jerry hosted MMO clinics for so many years now? He shares that the healthcare needs of his community are so pressing that hardly a week goes by without someone coming to him for medical help. To be able to bring in a team of professionals who will meet the needs of the underserved so that the church can make them feel loved and cared for opens the doors to gospel conversations that they might not have otherwise. The church’s goal for this week is to see fruit that would remain and allow church members to grow as they serve. Pastor Wyatt also shares that he loves the openness to the gospel in his corner of the world. This is something we want to be a part of!
Interested in connecting with the Wyatts?
[email protected] - www.wyatttanzania.com
Tanzania is a land of opportunity locked in poverty. It is a beautiful country of tree-lined beaches and undulating hills, boasting the tallest mountain in Africa on its border with Kenya. The people are friendly, welcoming, and resilient. Morogoro is at the base of the magnificent Uluguru Mountains; it is a bustling agricultural town with one of the best produce markets in Tanzania, selling a wide variety of grains, fruits, vegetables, and meats. There are also many non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Morogoro, with focus on HIV/AIDS, environmental issues, education, orphans, and vulnerable children.
For more country information, visit the World Factbook.
Our plan is to offer optical care to this community. If you are a dental professional interested in potentially serving on this team, please fill out an INTEREST FORM to inquire about offering this service. Every patient who receives care will hear the gospel from a member of this local church.
This trip is now closed. Thank you for your interest.
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Marli’s notes from Tanzania:
1. You will love working with this precious body of believers! Returning to Tanzania was so encouraging as I was able to work with people who have been serving alongside MMO for years. It's like a family reunion!
2. You will love the wildlife on the Safari and a nice quiet evening at the tented camps.
3. The clinic days are busy but so rewarding, take time to talk to the locals and learn some Swahili.
4. The Wyatts are awesome at making sure the team has rest, snacks and moments for recovery!
5. Church is one of my favorite parts of this trip. I love hearing all the beautiful singing and watching the smiles around me as people worship.
ALBUM See photos from our last trip to Tanzania in 2021!