Malawi-Mozambique News Report 2008

Malawi news update
February 8, 2008

There has been extreme flooding and rain in Eastern Africa. Thousands have fled their homes in Mozambique. Around 120 families from the saint congregations in Mozambique have gone to Malawi for refuge to escape the flood water. Their homes and crops were damaged and some destroyed. Another 50 families in Malawi were affected. While they didn’t lose their homes, they lost their crops. Eleven chapels have collapsed due to the rain and flooding. Let us remember the affected families and congregations that God would bless them spiritually, emotionally, and temporally.


March 11, 2008

Through provision of some of the saints, we were able to send funds to purchase 100 bags of maize to be divided among some of the families that lost their homes and crops due to the extensive rains in Malawi and Mozambique.

October 6, 2008

Due to the extensive rains a few months ago, many of the saints’ maize crops were destroyed. The price of maize is very high and many are struggling to feed their families. The saints are encouraged and are planning revival meetings for the rest of this year.

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