Voices Of The World Speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves

About Voices of the World

About Voices of the World

Voices of the World is named and created for those throughout the world who suffer and yet cannot speak for themselves. Voices of the World aims to speak of that suffering, both physical and spiritual, to those who have the resources to alleviate it. Voices of the World sends and supports laborers who would give […]

Our Missionaries

Our Missionaries

Heller Family Jonathan and Layne Heller were sent to Maputo, Mozambique in November of 2009 in a strategic move to care for the hurting and dying people in the area, especially those who die alone without family or friends around. They were also sent to care for and fill the needs of the orphans who […]

Where We Serve

Where We Serve

Maputo, Mozambique, a capitol city in the Sub-Saharan African continent. As the capitol, Maputo draws a large portion of Mozambique’s population from the rural areas that extend far to the north of the city. Many Mozambicans arrive in Maputo with the dream of the comfort and jobs that a large bustling city pretends to offer. […]

Get Involved

Get Involved

Thank you for your desire to support our team in Mozambique. We need all the help we can get in making sure we get them there and help them stay. You may donate to them via credit or debit card through this website. Just fill out the short form below and click on the “Donate” […]

Contact Us

Contact Us

General questions and feedback about Voices of the World info@votwmissions.org Local Voices of the World Phone Number 480-730-5593 Missionary Emails jonheller@votwmissions.com layneheller@votwmissions.com ian@masana.org Administration Email Dan Heller – Founder, Chairman of the Board danheller@votwmissions.com  

About Voices of the World
About Voices of the World

Voices of the World is named and created for those throughout the world who suffer and yet cannot speak for themselves. Voices of the World aims to speak of that suffering, both physical and spiritual, to those who have the resources to alleviate it. Voices of the World sends and supports laborers who would give […]

Our Missionaries
Our Missionaries

Heller Family Jonathan and Layne Heller were sent to Maputo, Mozambique in November of 2009 in a strategic move to care for the hurting and dying people in the area, especially those who die alone without family or friends around. They were also sent to care for and fill the needs of the orphans who […]

Where We Serve
Where We Serve

Maputo, Mozambique, a capitol city in the Sub-Saharan African continent. As the capitol, Maputo draws a large portion of Mozambique’s population from the rural areas that extend far to the north of the city. Many Mozambicans arrive in Maputo with the dream of the comfort and jobs that a large bustling city pretends to offer. […]

Get Involved
Get Involved

Thank you for your desire to support our team in Mozambique. We need all the help we can get in making sure we get them there and help them stay. You may donate to them via credit or debit card through this website. Just fill out the short form below and click on the “Donate” […]

Contact Us
Contact Us

General questions and feedback about Voices of the World info@votwmissions.org Local Voices of the World Phone Number 480-730-5593 Missionary Emails jonheller@votwmissions.com layneheller@votwmissions.com ian@masana.org Administration Email Dan Heller – Founder, Chairman of the Board danheller@votwmissions.com  

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