Women, Water and WOW; Ushering in Revival in Malawi?

Women, Water and WOW; Ushering in Revival in Malawi?

John 4:5-42 relays the story of Jesus, a woman, and water: So he came to a town in Samaria called Sychar, near the plot of ground Jacob had given to his son Joseph. Jacob’s well was there, and Jesus, tired as he was from the journey, sat down by the well. It was about...
John Knox Christian School Service Saturday

John Knox Christian School Service Saturday

This past sunny Saturday morning we had the pleasure of hosting John Knox Christian School Oakville’s student service team for a service project and learning experience with our WOW Team. The John Knox team consisted of 15 students from grades 6-8, along with some...
A New Dawn for Delori- A Maternal Healthcare Story

A New Dawn for Delori- A Maternal Healthcare Story

Delori is just one woman who has reaped the benefits from the transport vouchers made available through WOW’s MotherCare program. The closest hospital to Delori’s home is nearly four hours away, by bike. Without these vouchers, she would not have had access to the...
Maternal Healthcare Strides Being Made in Malawi

Maternal Healthcare Strides Being Made in Malawi

Though 2.6 million babies around the world do not survive beyond a month, according to a recent BBC report, the numbers in Malawi have dropped significantly between 1990 and 2016. In fact, according to the Malawi Demographic Health Survey, from 1990 to 2016 the...
The Women of WOW

The Women of WOW

God loves women! We were made in his image (Genesis 1:27). Women followed Jesus and ministered to his needs out of their own means (Luke 1-3). After his resurrection, Jesus revealed that he was alive first to a woman (John 20:11-18), and then commissioned her to carry...
Baby Blessings in Zambia!

Baby Blessings in Zambia!

The number of babies contracting HIV during childbirth in Zambia has dropped dramatically over the past half-decade! For example, between 2011 and 2012 the number of infants contracting HIV during birth declined a whopping 51%, and dropped again between 2015 &...