The church is growing fast in Arusha, Tanzania, and Barnabas Fund has provided 100,000 New Testaments in Swahili. According to the 2012 census, Christians were 82% of the population there. Many new congregations are meeting to worship in tents. But the Regional Commissionr, Daudi Ntibenda, says the tent churches must be closed down because they are causing “noise pollution” by their singing. Christians wonder why the Muslim call to prayer (five times a day) is not considered noise pollution. Pray that church leaders will boldly resist this pressure and that Mr Ntibenda will cease his harassement.