Mozambique (MNN) — Today marks the line in the sand for Africa Inland Mission. By October 31, AIM needed to find another worker for their Radio Nuru team in Mozambique.
The odds looked slim-to-none. AIM needed someone who could do 3 things: work in radio, raise support, AND learn Portuguese. Their answer to prayer came through a missionary couple already living in the region: they speak Portuguese and English, and they have prior radio experience.
Pray for this couple as they seek God's will for their lives.
Radio Nuru is also still waiting for a permanent broadcasting license. The team currently has to reapply every two months to extend their license; a permanent permit would remove this hassle. Pray that their application would process quickly and that AIM would be able to secure a permanent license for Radio Nuru.