Ministry Report: April 28 – May 8

Between April 28 and May 8 we hosted a mission team sent by First Baptist Church, Jackson, GA. They were led by Pastor Keith Joseph and came to help and minister alongside us in the work in Malawi. This a list of activities done during their trip: April 28 –… Continue reading

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Nasedegu

I wrote about the new church plant in Nasedegu a couple of times (here and here), showing you the beginning of the ministry in this village where the Gospel has never been taken before. The work is progressing slowly and surely and people are hearing more and more about what… Continue reading

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Going “home” is hard

Almost 4 years ago I wrote an article called “10 things a missionary won’t tell you”, adapted to our situation from another article I read online. Since it is only available in Romanian language, you can read someone else’s similar version here: Ten Things That Your Missionary Will Not Tell You.… Continue reading

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Demonic Activity And Missions

Here it is, one of the least talked about, frequently avoided topics in biblically conservative circles. Demonic activity. Our Pentecostal and charismatic brothers love to talk about it. Christians around the world discuss it frequently. But, in the polite, conservative, churches in the suburban US we don’t discuss it. We… Continue reading

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Church plant in Nasedegu

In November last year I’ve posted about Nasedegu for the first time, telling you how in that village we have a very important ministry, that is to plant a new church. Nasedegu is a village where there are no Evangelical Churches and it is surrounded by other villages in the… 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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That I may gain Christ

“God wouldn’t call me to risk my health, or my family’s health, or our lives, would He?” When we first surrendered for the work in Malawi, someone with a prominent position in the church took me aside and told me I was unwise and irresponsible for taking my family –… Continue reading

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New look

Our site has received a new look which we hope will make it cleaner and easier to navigate through. The landing page (www.mission2malawi.com) will contain updated pictures, some important posts and the last 4 blog articles. The menu on top is easier to see and hopefully more intuitive. Blog will… Continue reading

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