12 years of ministry. Our first full day.

January 17, 2009. Our first full day in Malawi. This is a continuation of the previous post. Please read it first. Yesterday I wrote about the experiences prior to the day we first arrived in Africa and a little bit about that first day. Today marks 12 years since our… Continue reading…

12 years of ministry

Today marks 12 years since we first arrived on African soil. On January 16, 2009, we first stepped in Lilongwe – Malawi’s capital. However, the call of the Lord in our lives took place in the previous year, 2008. We were young but passionate for the Lord and the Great… Continue reading…

Christmas 2020

As you probably know, this year again we’ve raised money for Christmas gifts for our children in Malawi. My team over there bought the items, packed the gifts and then took them and delivered them to all the kids at our two Feeding Centres in Kachere and Mpyupyu. There was… Continue reading…

Bible School: graduation & new year

This month we had yet another graduation at the Tom Gentry Bible Training Centre in Africa. 15 students successfully completed the requirements and receive their diplomas of graduation. As you can see, this year was different, because of 2020. None of us could be there with them but, nevertheless, the… Continue reading…

Bible School: graduation & new year

Yesterday, Sunday the 10th, we had a great day here at the Mission House in Zomba, Malawi. The first generation of students, their pastors and the new generation of students met together with my team and our visitors for an amazing time of fellowship and thanksgiving to our Lord. All… Continue reading…

Burnet Maganizo

When I wrote about the ordination of Jonah Kaipa, I mentioned that 2 more of our outgoing students from the Bible School will be pastors soon: Rafael Chikwati, of whom I wrote already, and now Burnet Maganizo. Burnet comes from the village of Makandanje, where pastor Katerere is leading the… Continue reading…

Pastor Rafael Chikwati

In the previous article I wrote about our very first student who will take over the church in Nasedegu. Today, I am happy and grateful to tell you that a second student, Rafael, will soon take over a church in the village of Nkotima. Just like Jonah from yesterday’s article,… Continue reading…