Saturday, April 10, 2021

howFar Pastoral Training Center Opens

Losimingori, Tanzania

Pastors Dedicate the New Training Center

"Finally the dream come true", said Emanuel Laizer, howFar Ministries Overseer of the 14 churches he has planted.

Pastor Laizer Speaks To New Faculty and Students On Opening Day

Losimingori Baptist Bible School and howFar Ministries pastors training center is now open.
The Losi Mission House is now a Bible School building. The center launched with 12 students, 4 teachers and most of the staff needed for the Bible school.

Lazier continued, "A s
pecial thanks to
Mark D Maynard Sr, founder of The How Far Foundation and howFar Ministries,
for his big push. Please continue to pray for us."

To invest in the training of indigenous pastors and leaders donate here -

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Sunday, January 17, 2021

Mission To Haiti

Diane Moffi – HowFar Director 

Even with the challenges we all faced in 2020, work in Haiti continued.  HowFar Haiti sponsored a 2-day marriage conference in February for over 100 people at the Mystery of God church in Cite Soleil.  Everyone received a hot meal during the two days while learning about God’s plan for marriage, healthy nutrition and birth control.  Unfortunately, this was the only trip we were able to make in 2020 so we worked extra hard with our folks in Haiti to make things happen!

 Generators are a common thing in Haiti due to the lack of regular electricity.  As you might imagine, a loud generator running during a church service can be quite distracting!  We were able to raise enough money to purchase some solar panels, inverter kit and batteries for the Mystery of God church so they could hear the church service better.  This church is a place of safety in a sometimes-volatile neighborhood in Port au Prince.  

Additionally, throughout the year, howFar Haiti provided food, shoes and medical treatment for several members of the church and the children that go to school there.  Food bags were distributed at Easter to every family in the church, approximately 75 families.  Shoes were given out to children at the school.   More than 20 families received assistance with medical/hospital bills and medicine.  This is a huge blessing because in Haiti you cannot get medical attention if you don’t have money so we were thrilled to be able to help people be healthy!

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Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Tanzania Micro Loan Program Provides Sustainability

We were recently able to continue our Micro Loan program in Lossimingori, Tanzania by awarding loans to three more women in the village. 

These loans were made possible because of the success of the program and it’s ability to expand on it’s own. Thank you to Emmanuel Lazier for continuing to make this program a success.

Donate to our micro loan today! howFar will you go?

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Rotary WAPI Partnership

For nearly 15 years The How Far Foundation has partnered with the Rotary Club of North Gwinnett to deliver Water Pasteurization Indicators (WAPI's) to remote villages across the globe.  While great advances have been made to reduce water crisis according to the World Health Organization 785 million people lack even a basic drinking-water service, including 144 million people who are dependent on surface water.

WAPI's Delivered to Haiti save lives!

A  WAPI is an inexpensive and simple tool to insure the water is safe to drink. To date howFar has been privileged to deliver thousands of WAPI's to marginalized people groups in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, Rwanda, DR Congo and Haiti.

She understands that water is life. Bujumbura, Burundi.

To assist in the WAPI project contact us at  howFar will you go?

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Support howFar at AmazonSmile!

Did you know that when you shop for the holidays at, AmazonSmile donates to The How Far Foundation, Inc.?

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Our orphans in Goma, DR Congo are headed back to school!

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Visiting howFar's Remote Jungle Churches

Recently Pastor John Mundola, who is howFar's Country Director for the Democratic Republic of the Congo, visited our remote jungle churches in eastern DR Congo.  Read his preliminary comments below.

"Hello Executive Director,The trip was too dangerous but God protected us through your praying. We went pastor BIHINGA from Bukavu in the remote parts of KAMITUGA where we did not have access to the net work to let you know what was going on. Sometimes I was afraid of being kidnapped as rebels used to do so in the neighboring villages from where we were. Thank you for your praying brother."
Calvarie Church - DR Congo
Sometimes crossing the so called bridges was a problem. In some forest it was dark yet it is the day."

Watch for the full story coming soon. howFar will you go?