Bible Training Center – Homiletics

With the Lord’s help we have started the third week of studies at our “Tom Gentry Bible Training Center” here in Zomba. Pastor Keith and brother Micheal are teaching the 16 students Homiletics – this amazing art of preaching! The young men will learn how to prepare and how to… Continue reading…

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Tom Gentry Bible Training Center

Yesterday was a day of celebration, as we had the official opening of the new aspect of our ministry: the new Tom Gentry Bible Training Center. Tom Gentry is my late father-in-law, a man of God who went to be with the Lord back in 2011. His life was dedicated… Continue reading…

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Building started in Nasedegu

Last year, in November, I’ve mentioned for the first time about our plans to plant a church in Nasedegu. You can read about it here. Then, for the first time ever in this village, we’ve taken a movie to them. Not just any more, but the Jesus movie! Since then,… Continue reading…

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You give them something to eat

Yesterday I took Marc and Linda to Kachere, so they can see the work we’ve been doing there for the past 7 years now. On the way to the village we saw 4-5 boys somewhere in the filed, hunting something using locally made bow and arrows. Upon stopping and asking,… Continue reading…

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Ministry Report: May 24 – June 1

Between May 24 and June 1 we had a mission team from Oklahoma, led by Pastor David, who came over to help us and help the ministry in Malawi. This is a list of activities done during that period of time: May 24 – Arrival at Chileka Airport in Blantyre.… Continue reading…

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Hope Baptist Church, Sitima

Today we visited a church in the village of Sitima, where pastor Chinthalo is serving his people. Sitima is located in a remote area, 50 minutes driving distance from town, off the main road, off a dirt road and even off a bicycle path. In many places the grass has… Continue reading…

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Malawi’s looming food crisis

Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world, with 53% of the population living below the national poverty line and 90% of whom are living on less than $2 per day.  The large majority of the population lives in rural areas, engaged in subsistence farming. People here depend… Continue reading…

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Water well for Mpyupyu

Imagine your life without access to clean water… Imagine yourself having to wake up early in the morning and walk long distances to the nearest source of water… Imagine the hardships you would have to endure if your access to water was limited solely based on your beliefs… Continue reading…

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Ministry updates

Hope for the Future

It has been several months since my last update on this blog. Several factors played a role: time, tiredness, very slow internet, etc, many times all three at the same time. It is now mid-November and we just had our last short term mission team for this year and I… Continue reading…

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