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As an international ministry, Africa Mission & Beyond operates to fulfill the scriptural commission of Christ. Our burden and mission is to share the good news of the gospel and to show the love of God through humanitarian deeds of charity. Learn More

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3 weeks ago

Africa Mission & Beyond

Proposed Malawi Land PurchaseThe four landowners are waiting for payment on the land and warn that if another buyer comes along any one of them could sell to another party. We trust the Lord will provide the funds needed to purchase this land which will cost $16,000. There is a Malawi Land Purchase fund located in the drop-down menu on this page. www.africamission.com/donate/

For many years, I have had a burden to develop a piece of land in Malawi for the benefit of the gospel work and for the edification of the impoverished population. I felt led of the Lord this year to at least move forward with the purchase of land before prices get too high. It is difficult to find larger plots of land because it has been subdivided within families for generations. After searching and asking, we found a plot of land that is centrally located to many of the congregations in Malawi. Miraculously, it is located on a tarmac road and electricity is nearby. While in a rural area, it is close to a central road exchange and the location is one hour from the main city of Blantyre. The land that is available is owned by four different owners. At this point, three of the four owners have agreed to sell their plots of land. It would be 8-10 acres for a price of around $16,000. Negotiations are not final, and we are praying that the Lord will provide the funds shortly that we can proceed with this transaction.



If we are able to acquire this land, the development project would last for years. It would be a place for a mission house and Malawi camp meetings. It would be a place where ministers could come and stay for an extended period of time to study and learn the Bible. It would potentially be a place to give agricultural training not only to the saints but also the local people. There would be enough land to grow some crops and have a small farm/garden to demonstrate proper planting techniques to conserve the land. While not definite, my initial burden was to have an orphan feeding center. This would be a center where locally placed orphans could come daily and be given a meal to eat before returning to their local family. The possibilities are great and there is wonderful potential that this future complex could be a mighty tool in the hand of God.

It will happen one step at a time, and the first step is to acquire the land. While it might seem a little larger than necessary, it is better to acquire adequate land for future expansion lest the prices increase as they did in the Huruma orphanage area in Kenya.

If the land is purchased, which could happen within the month if the Lord opens the doors, it is on a government lease of 50 years. After that, it would have to be renewed again and approved by the government. I would hire someone to be a caretaker of the land and farm it local style until we could develop it further. We may plant eucalyptus trees on 1-2 acres on the bottom lands close to a river. This would take about three years to grow to sell the poles for construction. We solicit an interest in your prayers for this opportunity.

Future Development Needs

1. Caretaker house

2. Fence

3. Electric

4. Well

5. Land development/farming

6. Mission House

7. Tabernacle

8. Teaching Center

9. Ministers Accommodations

10. Orphan Feeding Center

11. Gospel Truth Printing and Distribution Center
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Proposed Malawi Land Purchase

1 month ago

Africa Mission & Beyond

Proposed Malawi Land PurchaseThe four landowners are waiting for payment on the land and warn that if another buyer comes along any one of them could sell to another party. We trust the Lord will provide the funds needed to purchase this land which will cost $16,000. There is a Malawi Land Purchase fund located in the drop-down menu on this page. www.africamission.com/donate/

For many years, I have had a burden to develop a piece of land in Malawi for the benefit of the gospel work and for the edification of the impoverished population. I felt led of the Lord this year to at least move forward with the purchase of land before prices get too high. It is difficult to find larger plots of land because it has been subdivided within families for generations. After searching and asking, we found a plot of land that is centrally located to many of the congregations in Malawi. Miraculously, it is located on a tarmac road and electricity is nearby. While in a rural area, it is close to a central road exchange and the location is one hour from the main city of Blantyre. The land that is available is owned by four different owners. At this point, three of the four owners have agreed to sell their plots of land. It would be 8-10 acres for a price of around $16,000. Negotiations are not final, and we are praying that the Lord will provide the funds shortly that we can proceed with this transaction.



If we are able to acquire this land, the development project would last for years. It would be a place for a mission house and Malawi camp meetings. It would be a place where ministers could come and stay for an extended period of time to study and learn the Bible. It would potentially be a place to give agricultural training not only to the saints but also the local people. There would be enough land to grow some crops and have a small farm/garden to demonstrate proper planting techniques to conserve the land. While not definite, my initial burden was to have an orphan feeding center. This would be a center where locally placed orphans could come daily and be given a meal to eat before returning to their local family. The possibilities are great and there is wonderful potential that this future complex could be a mighty tool in the hand of God.

It will happen one step at a time, and the first step is to acquire the land. While it might seem a little larger than necessary, it is better to acquire adequate land for future expansion lest the prices increase as they did in the Huruma orphanage area in Kenya.

If the land is purchased, which could happen within the month if the Lord opens the doors, it is on a government lease of 50 years. After that, it would have to be renewed again and approved by the government. I would hire someone to be a caretaker of the land and farm it local style until we could develop it further. We may plant eucalyptus trees on 1-2 acres on the bottom lands close to a river. This would take about three years to grow to sell the poles for construction. We solicit an interest in your prayers for this opportunity.

Future Development Needs

1. Caretaker house

2. Fence

3. Electric

4. Well

5. Land development/farming

6. Mission House

7. Tabernacle

8. Teaching Center

9. Ministers Accommodations

10. Orphan Feeding Center

11. Gospel Truth Printing and Distribution Center
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Proposed Malawi Land Purchase

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Bro. Harland would be so proud.

Grate, God will provide the funding for his work to continue,

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Build a Classroom

The Huruma Orphanage is in much need of new classrooms for the primary school. Huruma Dolor Primary Academy is one of the best schools in the district. It serves not only the orphans but over 300 other children in the community.

The current classrooms are old and very dark. The government is pressuring them to rebuild. As funds are made available, construction will commence. Donate

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2 months ago

Huruma Dolor Orphanage

Dear Mom and Dad...Excerpts of a letter from a newly sponsored orphan...

I am Griffin. I am an orphan. I got no parents, relatives or guardian. I was taken at this school since childhood. I was brought up by a good and old Samaritan and he played the role of paying for my school fees from childhood until now. I am in Grade 9. I am a hardworking and honest and polite boy.

The old Samaritan is now already dead and now I am in the school alone and I have no support anymore. But God willing, I am aware of the good news that your family wants to sponsor me. I just can’t tell you what I’m feeling right now because now I know that I am going to continue learning until university and it is all because of you, Mom and Dad.

So, if you would allow me, I would really accept you as my new family and now I know I have parents and they are you. Thanks a lot for what you have done to me and I promise you Mom and Dad that I’m going to continue working hard until I achieve my dream. One day when I’m done with school, I will come to the U.S. so as to see my new parents and together we will be a family.

Love you Mom and Dad.
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Dear Mom and Dad...

New Orphans!!!
These are several new additions at Huruma since we visited in March. Most have been sent by the government. They were rescued from living in the slums or being farmed out to be servants which prevented them from being able to attend school. You can sponsor a child and help cover the expense of feeding/clothing and educating them for $10-$15/week.
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We thank all of our sponsors. Your investment in the lives of these children will reap rewards fully seen only in eternity. God bless you! ... See MoreSee Less

We thank all of our sponsors. Your investment in the lives of these children will reap rewards fully seen only in eternity. God bless you!
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Pray that people would hear and receive the good news of the gospel. Intercede for people bound in sin and in religious confusion. Support the poor and the fatherless.