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Malawi/Mozambique News

Malawi/Mozambique: September 2020 Update

This month more funds were sent to assist the elderly and disabled in Mozambique who are suffering due to present conditions in the country. The needs are so great it makes it difficult when we…

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Malawi/Mozambique: August 2020 Update

People continue to get sick in Malawi and Mozambique. There is a lot of fear of COVID-19. It is difficult to know whether many are sick with the virus or other diseases that are so prevalent.…

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Malawi: Caretaker’s House/ Storage Building (MLDP)

It was vital that there be a caretaker's house on the property in Malawi. While there have been some challenges since I was not on the ground, we thank the Lord that the house is relatively…

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Malawi Harvest (MLDP)

It is with thanksgiving that the first crops were harvested on the recently purchased land for MLDP (Malawi Land Development Project).  The maize grew well and ten people were hired to work for…

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Farming/Caretaker’s House

PHASE 2: FARMING THE LANDWhat a beautiful site! Since the crops have been planted, the rains have come and are growing well. Fertilizer was applied when the seeds were planted. Since that…

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Land Purchase/Farming

PHASE 1: LAND TRACT PURCHASEFollowing my last visit to Malawi in August, God has blessed Africa Mission & Beyond to be able to purchase 9-10 acres of land at a strategic location along a…

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Proposed Malawi Land Purchase

The 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…

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Every Joint Supplieth

Today we traveled to a congregation in Zomba for Sunday morning service. We were greeted with much hospitality and love. It is always a joy to hear the beautiful singing and special songs by the…

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Business in Malawi

Thursday, August 29, was spent in Blantyre buying the vehicle and getting it registered and insured. Things can take much longer in Africa and lines can be long. The man we were purchasing the…

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Malawi Ministers Meeting: 3

Wednesday was the third and last day of the ministers meeting. We ended at lunch time as many of the ministers will travel for many hours on bicycles over rough roads to reach their homes. The…

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5:30 a.m. Musings

The groups continued to share the meaning of the parables. Many of the ministers have not taught on them. I challenged them to share with their congregations the value and joy of salvation as…

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Malawi Ministers Meeting: 1

There are over 160 in attendance at the ministers meeting (20 are women leaders or local wives).  Many of the ministers are new, hence, one more reason for the need of continual teaching.……

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