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Malawi Pastors are Without Bibles

During the month of October, 2013, it was my privilege to spend two weeks in Malawi, Africa.  My main responsibility consisted of teaching two,  three-day preaching seminars – one to pastors and the other to lay leadership.  They had much more to offer me than I had to offer them.  They are hard-working, pastoring full time, without pay,  and eeking out an income however possible.  Almost all of them live in poverty, since almost all wages are  extremely low  in Malawi.Opens internal link in current window read more


A Place of Refuge

It is Monday evening and the white clunky car drives into Avoda, full of chattery, happy kids. One by one they pile out of the back, eager to learn and play.  Three times a week, after a long day of studying in school, the Burmese and Thai  children come from the village to learn English.  No matter the nationality, their plights are similar. Broken families, damaged lives, hearts longing for healing. Avoda is a safety haven for most of the children. A place where under Gods mighty wings they find His love and care. Where sullen faces brighten and laughter sounds... Opens internal link in current windowread more


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