Sibu Chanza's Enlightening New Book Tells True Story of a Faith Mission Experience of the Tunga People of Zimbabwe
A group of Zimbabweans migrated to Canada and embrace the dynamic changes in the Christian church.
Canada (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
In mission stories, people are usually drawn toward the fact that in spreading the gospel of God, difficulties are commonly encountered with the government policies, family members, or society within. But sometimes, mission stories also involve those who have no access to the Word of God.
"The Mission Story That Will Never Be Told," written by Sibu Chanza, is a true story of a faith mission that was experienced by a group of Zimbabweans who had migrated to Canada during those times of political instability in their country. It also tells about the trials and tribulations they went through as they try to open a worship group within the Christian church and embark on an outreach mission. Chanza has been inspired to share this mission story because there may be more similar mission stories that might have never been told hoping this may help many in the Christian churches who might be going through or may encounter the same challenges.
The small town of Hamilton in Ontario, Canada has religious diversity. It is in this town whereby there is a Christian group from one of the small countries in Africa called Tunga. There are estimated to be approximately two thousand living in this town and are one of the minority groups that form small communities from Africa. The mission story is based on one of the Christian groups found within this small community. This group worship in one of the many Christian churches found in Hamilton. There are about five to six churches of this particular Christian church.
This group of Tunga people soon found out how different the style of worship was compared to that of their country of origin, even though it is the same Christian church. As they try to adjust to the Canadian lifestyle, they also try to embrace the dynamic changes in the Christian church. They had to face the reality that there were no longer in Africa but in a first world country, the style of worship has so dramatically changed with the world and time.
The Mission Story That Will Never Be Told reveals how sometimes, people relax in God's work and make it as usual. God will always send missionaries, to his church to redirect the church toward his kingdom. This book is based on the difficulties everyone faces within the certain parameters of the church organization. Readers of this book are encouraged to continue to pray for one another and pray that the Almighty grants the true freedom of worship in the entire world regardless of financial status, color, race, language and geographic location.
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About the Author
Sibu Chanza believes that every human being has a divine spot in their hearts for mission services. It is greater than what the human eye can see, bigger than what the world can measure, older than what history can tell, louder than million thunderstorms, harder than the rock, stronger than the lion. Born in Africa, her mission is in the health services involved in the campaign to overseas donors for funding and building expecting mothers' shelter and a health facility through the Association of Church Related Hospitals in Africa. She is currently living with her family in Canada.
The Mission Story That Will Never BeTold * by Sibu Chanza
Publication Date: August 10, 2012
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