Welcome to Africa Mission & Beyond

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

Read current mission news! Browse mission history. Explore photo galleries featuring gospel and humanitarian work from countries around the world. These missionary efforts are made in the interest of the Church of God. May you be inspired and your vision broadened.

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Thank you to all who have responded to the water well crisis in Malawi. The base price to dig a well has been achieved. We are going to put the well on "safe" land that was given to the church years ago by a chief. It will be drilled 200m away from the chapel to give ample room. We have researched companies and have a contract in hand from a company for which we have spoken with a school and others who have been pleased with their work. We pray that this project will proceed smoothly. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to all who have responded to the water well crisis in Malawi. The base price to dig a well has been achieved. We are going to put the well on safe land that was given to the church years ago by a chief. It will be drilled 200m away from the chapel to give ample room. We have researched companies and have a contract in hand from a company for which we have spoken with a school and others who have been pleased with their work. We pray that this project will proceed smoothly.

 

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Great news!!

Wonderful!!

I am so thankful!

3 weeks ago

Africa Mission & Beyond

For several weeks this situation has been unfolding in Phalombe area in Malawi. Five congregations have had the joint borehole water source go bad so they have been walking up to 5 kilometers to get clean water. The women leave home at 1 a.m. and return by 8 a.m. drawing water.

The government will not drill another community well. Michael paid once to have some men hand dig a shallow well in this area but they ran into so many large stones they determined it would require machinery to get deep enough. It would cost $7000 for us to have it professionally done.

Bro. Master just received word that one of these pastors just died of cholera after drinking bad water. Three others have died also. The people are begging for assistance. We had hoped to get a vehicle soon for the Gospel efforts in Malawi, but with this life-threatening situation we need wisdom to know how to respond to this humanitarian crisis.
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For several weeks this situation has been unfolding in Phalombe area in Malawi. Five congregations have had the joint borehole water source go bad so they have been walking up to 5 kilometers to get clean water. The women leave home at 1 a.m. and return by 8 a.m. drawing water.

The government will not drill another community well. Michael paid once to have some men hand dig a shallow well in this area but they ran into so many large stones they determined it would require machinery to get deep enough. It would cost $7000 for us to have it professionally done. 

Bro. Master just received word that one of these pastors just died of cholera after drinking bad water. Three others have died also. The people are begging for assistance. We had hoped to get a vehicle soon for the Gospel efforts in Malawi, but with this life-threatening situation we need wisdom to know how to respond to this humanitarian crisis.Image attachment

 

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Praying.

Praying

Prayers.

Wisdom is definitely needed. But people cannot survive long without good water. Such a hard decision.

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Make a Difference!

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

Huruma Dolor Facebook News

2 weeks ago

Huruma Dolor Orphanage

Thank you to the Booher family for picking up over 1500 pounds of walnuts to help rebuild the boy’s dorm in Kenya! I’m so proud of their vision and initiative. Their “other brother” Jorge lived in the dorm that burned. Janette Booher ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Very very touching Thank the Lord for answering the prayers of the saints.We keep this situation in our prayers also.

Big kudos to mom for facilitating. It would have been so much easier to write a check.

Wow, that is a lot of nuts! Good job!

So sweet! ❤️

I love it!

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2 weeks ago

Huruma Dolor Orphanage

The boys have received new metal storage boxes for personal belongings.This is a semi-permanent building of former classrooms which was converted to a dorm for the secondary school boys. There was an electrical fire while they were away in class. ... See MoreSee Less

The boys have received new metal storage boxes for personal belongings.Image attachment

2 weeks ago

Huruma Dolor Orphanage

New (used) shoes for the high school boys.This is a semi-permanent building of former classrooms which was converted to a dorm for the secondary school boys. There was an electrical fire while they were away in class. ... See MoreSee Less

New (used) shoes for the high school boys.Image attachment

Pray for the gospel efforts on the mission field.

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.