by Hendrick Smidderks, pastor of Northwest FMC, Wichita, KS In the early 1950s Free Methodist missionaries were motivated by the lack of healthcare around their rural Mozambique mission station. Missionaries had been living there for some time, pursuing church planting and evangelism, but their hearts were burdened with the people’s medical needs. A hospital was built and transformation began. Intervening years brought Mozambique’s independence and 15-year civil war. Through all of the devastation and turmoil, FMs continued to serve God in heroic ways, never giving up on the idea of caring for the needs of neighbors. Alfredo was brought to missionaries at the Inhamachafo Mission Station in the late 1940s. His father had died and his mother could not afford to care for all the children at home. As the oldest, Alfredo was presented to the missionaries with the request that ...

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