In 2000, Hope College was established in Beira, Mozambique. Since then, ACCI field worker, Robbie Housen, has seen over 50 churches planted in 7 out of the 10 Provinces across Mozambique, and countless lives and communities impacted by the Gospel. The College is a live-in leadership, mentoring, training and church planting centre raising up the next generation of leaders in Mozambique.
In March, 2019, Mozambique was hit by cyclone Idai. The cyclone caused extensive damage to the college, including Robbie’s home. However, due to the incredible generosity of churches and individuals in Australia, Hope College has been reopened and the college is continuing to be rebuilt.
As Robbie looks to the future it is extremely important that Hope College continues to create leaders that build hope, empower change and shape the future, not only of the nation but of the leaders being produced.
In the video below, Robbie thanks all those who helped support Hope College in the aftermath of cyclone Idai.