Lwengwa: Experiencing God’s Love in a Refugee Camp


Uprooted by Turmoil

Lwengwa’s life was plunged into turmoil when his country was caught up in civil war. He immediately fled to a refugee camp in Tanzania. Before then, he hadn't thought about his faith in years.

As he escaped from his country, he found himself thinking about God. In the middle of chaos at a Tanzanian refugee camp, he went online searching for peace.

A Love With No Bounds

That day he found a Gospel website made possible by people like you. He was moved!

Lwenga discovered that God's love extends even to the war-weary souls at a refugee camp. Now, he uses all of the tools that you make possible to support his growth in Christ. He says they sustain him in his love of God. He writes regularly to his Online Missionary, Suzy, and asks for prayers.

Special Thanks to You

What a transformation! Lwengwa wants to tell everyone what God has done for him so all people know Jesus is Lord of the universe. He said:

"God saved even me, and the most important job in my life is to tell others what God has done."

Lwengwa said Global Media Outreach has blessed him and helped him grow in God's love by teaching him and walking with him in faith.

We hope you know the person he's really thanking is you.

Category: Stories

Get the Newsletter

Read More

Stories

Sharing Hope In The Midst Of Suffering
Bill Sweeney has suffered from ALS since 1996. Although he can no longer move or verbalize his thoughts due to his condition, he views his life as more complete than ever before. LifeWay’s magazine  Mature Living  features Bill’s story and his inspirational experience as a Global Media Outreach Online Missionary in the article 'Hope That Cannot Be Shaken' by Chris Fabry.  Read On

Stories

Almasi's Story
Sleepless and exhausted after a third straight week of horrible nightmares, Almasi was presented with a possible cure to her problems: strawberry juice and olive oil. Read On

Stories

Haya's Story
Exiled, alone, lost and confused. Haya wandered the winding streets of a country she now calls home, but not of her own choosing. Read On