Church gathering in Makandanje

In the beginning of this month we had a special Sunday and several churches and pastors attended. It was a great day, with all the choirs singing, pastors greeting the other churches, food for everyone and just a great time of fellowship. Our time in Africa is short this year… Continue reading…

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…

Bible School – 2nd generation of students

As the school year at our Tom Gentry Bible Training Centre is coming to an end, we are preparing things for the next generation of students who will start next month. Between Nov. 4 – 8, Pastor Keith will teach the last – the 10th – session of intensive courses… Continue reading…

Baptism in Kachere

Sunday, Oct. 13, we had a day of celebration in Kachere, 2 believers asked to be baptized, as a public testimony of their inner regeneration. Both Mrs. Lipepe and Miriam professed their faith in Jesus Christ and share their testimonies with our church in Kachere. “Can anyone withhold water for… Continue reading…

Bible School – Week 9

Today, Oct. 7, we begin with the 9th session of training at our Tom Gentry Bible Training Center, here in Zomba, Malawi. The teacher this week is Dan Ulici from Hope for the Future Romania. This 8-hour a day intensive courses will last until Friday and the students are learning… Continue reading…

Hope Baptist Church, Nasedegu. Then and Now.

With great joy I announce today that the building for our church in Nasedegu is completed. The whole construction process has been a rollercoaster, but we were blessed with dedicated men and women from the village who stayed faithful and continued to help through any circumstances. The first time I… Continue reading…