Valley House Construction

Valley House Construction

The current Pamoja property was bought by the ministry in 1999, with the intention of bringing the missionaries, volunteers and work to a single location. We purchased three acres which had several (very run down) buildings on the top 1.5 acres. We have slowly been working to renovate every single one of those existing buildings to make […]

Urbana is Coming!

Urbana is Coming!

We’ll be at Urbana in just a few weeks, and we’re really looking forward to it – this is an unparalleled opportunity for us to share Pamoja’s vision of discipling cultures through media with thousands of young adults. We are looking forward to the weeks ahead. In 2012, we went to Urbana for the first time, […]

Printing Problems

Sometimes it seems that the combination of power, dust, and the vagaraties of life combine to ensure that we will have a really hard time doing ministry. Take, for instance, our wonderful Risograph machine. The machine is rated for 10 million copies, and since we bought it, we’ve only done a measly 2 million copies […]

Printing

Every element of making ministry go on can have its own challenges. Over the last while, one of the main challenges we’ve had is keeping our printing setup going. 5 months on, we still don’t have an eta for the container that is en route to us, carrying the printers and ink we so desperately […]

Wildlife

These days it seems that there is more wildlife coming through Pamoja again. It comes in waves, with the rains. About a week ago, Kirsten came running over to tell us that she had a “huge gecko” outside her place. It turned out to be a 3-foot monitor lizard. Then today, out of the corner […]

Stuff To Bring

Here in Arusha, there’s never a guarantee of having power, so if you’re coming to Pamoja it’s definitely a good idea to have a flashlight available. You’ll need it for all kinds of random tasks – such as opening the lock box where the car keys are stored, and finding the stairs going up to […]

En Route

Booking Your Flight So you’re coming to Tanzania. Chances are good you’re either on a KLM flight into Kilimanjaro Airport, or a BA flight into Nairobi. KLM into Kilimanjaro Airport is by far the most convenient, and if you can find flights for a good price (we highly recommend you check out orbitz, cheapoair, and […]