Another miraculous week has transpired in Mozambique. We have had successful campaigns in Chibuto, Inhambane and Chóckwé and many more cities across the country. It never ceases to amaze me the miracles and life changing transformations that God ministers at these campaigns. Jesus is indeed a healing Jesus and he is having his way in the cities of Mozambique! To God be the glory.

I also had the pleasure of being on the campaign trail to celebrate my birthday. What an honor and a privilege it is to be found turning many to righteousness on the day I was born. I would have it no other way. I am forever thankful to God for my salvation and  choosing me to do this honorable work. To everyone all over the world who celebrated this special day with me, I want to say a big thank you! It is an honor serving the Lord and having you all support me on this campaign trail in various ways. It is my greatest desire the day we meet the Lord, we will hear the words “well done good and faithful servant. Enter now into my rest.” Until then, let us keep serving the Lord with all of our being and doing all we can to win the lost at any cost. The souls of this world belong to Jesus.




A new season of campaigns have begun in the country Mozambique! To God be the glory for the gift of salvation he is bringing to this country! We have had successful campaigns and pastors conferences in Xaixai, Matola and Maputo thus far and the Lord has not ceased to amaze us. The blind received healing, the lame walked and the deaf heard! He is a healing Jesus indeed! Enjoy some pictures from our times in these cities. You can also follow the campaign trail via live-streaming on my YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter pages. To God be the glory for many amazing nights of salvation. Mozambique belongs to Jesus!!



The parable of the sower is one of the well known parables of the Bible. After Jesus preached about the parable of the sower the people’s response was this, “whence has this man this wisdom and these mighty works” (Matthew 13:54). In Matthew 13:3 Jesus said “a sower went out to sow”. The kingdom of God is what we are all involved in today and Jesus used the parable of the sower and the mustard seed to better explain this to us. Colossians 1:13 says that we are translated from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of His dear son Jesus. This means that there are only two countries in this world, the kingdom of darkness and the kingdom of heaven. So you must either have a kingdom of heaven or darkness passport. If you are going to do well you must have a passport to the kingdom of heaven.

Every country you step into has its own rules which you must obey if you want to be happy there. In the same way, the kingdom of heaven is governed by rules. One of these rules is the principle of sowing seeds. So if you come into God’s kingdom, you must respect the ministry of sowing seeds. If you want to do well, you have to know that the kingdom of God is like sowing a seed. One of the greatest wisdom keys is the key of the seed. The seed is the greatest wisdom and law in the kingdom of God.  When it is first planted, it cannot be seen but when it grows it becomes a big tree. That is the way to harvest, increase and multiply. In the kingdom of God you must respect small things and have eyes for them because they are the most powerful things.

In the kingdom of God, the way up is the way down. If you want to be great, you must be willing to first go down. Nobody can go up in the kingdom of God unless they go down (die to themselves). When God first called me to work for Him, I had to first go down by enduring the shame and despising of others. I had to leave my profession as a doctor, which is more respected in this world, to become a pastor of children and students. Today, the church is working by the grace of God.

Let us learn to respect the rules that govern the kingdom of God. May the principle of sowing become a part of our lives each and everyday.