Malawi/Mozambique Projects

Malawi Tabernacle Update May 2024

The Malawi tabernacle construction continues. There have been challenges because I was not on site. Our daughter, Vanessa, has been ill for several months so I was unable to make a needed trip early…

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Maize for the Most Needy in Malawi

We thank all that donate to the Feed the Hungry fund. There are some of you that make monthly contributions and that is so appreciated in times like these. Messages of hunger have been coming for…

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Malawi Tabernacle January 2024 Update

The first of two main stages of the tabernacle in Malawi has been finished. It has been a big project with some backsets due to governmental currency devaluations, and supply issues. As I have…

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November Update: Malawi Tabernacle Project

November 1, 2023 The tabernacle in Malawi is a much slower process than in Kenya and we are lacking a significant amount of funds. The footers had to be dug extremely deep because of the sandy soil.…

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Malawi Tabernacle Project Begins

The Malawi Land Development Project is finally moving forward with the Tabernacle building site! A tabernacle to accommodate 1,000 people is planned. On our August trip, Michael met with builders…

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Malawi Trip Part 2

Monday [written and…

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Malawi Land Development Update

Bro. Michael and Bro. Master stopped to visit the land site where the Development Project has been halted through the pandemic. It has been four years since Michael has been in Malawi. This plot of…

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Cyclone Freddy Hits Malawi and Mozambique

“Tropical Cyclone Freddy has killed more than 400 people in Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar since it first made landfall in Africa in late February and circled back to hit the region for a second…

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Malawi Hunger Fund

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Mozambique Food Relief September 2022

  Your donations arrived in Mozambique in the past few days. Bro. Master along with the pastor and three other men from Malawi made the long trip to Mozambique. They purchased 800 bags of maize…

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Mozambique Hunger Continues

A summary of recent…

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