‘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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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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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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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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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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Do you have a special call to stay home?

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Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation. The question in the tile of this article was asked by Hudson Taylor, to a room full of people, sometimes towards the late 1800’s, in England. Just like today, in those times many Christians saw foreign missions… Continue reading

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