Petra malena moe or more commonly known as Malla moe, was a missionary for about 28 years. Malla moe was born on September 12, 1863 in hafslo, Norway. In those years she had to overcome the struggle of some hard times. Malla moe ‘s mother Brita Lonhiem moe gave birth to nine children .Out of the nine children only six lived and Malla moe was one. She was a survivor from the beginning. When she was about 12 years old she started to go to evangelistic meetings. When Malla Moe’s aunt was on her death bed she asked Malla moe to come with her to heaven. Malla moe began to want a deeper walk with God. Later after her father’s death it made her realize that our actions must follow beliefs even if it was different than the “normal” religious behavior. Malla moe made a promise to her mom on her death bed to take care of her little sister Dorothea after she had peace and assurance of her own salvation. This is when Malla moe began to want to serve God and tell people about God’s word. Karin (Malla Moe’s sister), invited Malla moe and Dorothea (Malla Moe’s other sister) to come live with her in Chicago. When Malla moe was there she attended trinity Lutheran church, but more importantly she attended moody church led by Reuben Archer Torrey. Torrey was a man that challenged Malla moe to become a missionary. Even though she desired to become a missionary she lacked in the education to do so. In 1891 the conflict became more heated when she attended Fredrik Franson’s evangelistic meetings. In June a group of missionary’s arrived to begin there langue’s study with East Africa Free mission in ekutandanei, natal. The reality of the African life quickly tested the faith and commitment of the missionary’s. Many missionaries could not take the harsh conditions of Africa. Malla moe had to go through intense langue study because of her lack in education. As a supplement to the program she spent short periods of time in African tribal kraals (camps). Malla moe joined in African...
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I did my report on Petra malena moe, but every one called her Malla moe. When her aunt and father both died she realized that she wanted to be closer to God. So she started working to get closer to him. Later on in her life she became a missionary. She was a missionary for 28 years. She did most of her mission work in Africa. When she first got there everything was a big shock to her, to see everything the way it was. Malla moe became a strong woman of God. As she went through tough times she never doubted or blamed God for what happened. At one time she went to Norway but in the church serves she did not fit in like she in Africa because she was so blunt. She eventually went back to Africa. She served as a missionary for many more years in Africa. She would go to African tribal camp and talk to them about God. When she got older she started a wagon ministry to go to all of the tribal camps were no one would go. That was the life of petra malena moe.
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