Mngwangwa

World Humanitarian Day: African Widow Serving the Elderly Poor

  Lebena‚Äôs smile exudes joy. The 46-year-old widow bears no trace of the desperation she once lived in. Hers is a life of service and sacrifice. Since the death of her brother and his wife, Lebena took on the responsibility of caring for her three nephews. Times were tough. She had no means of providing […]

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Poverty to Purpose

Behind the visible impacts of poverty (hunger, sickness) there lurks an invisible destroyer of human life – the permeating and hopeless feeling of worthlessness. Poverty robs persons of their dignity. It steals freedom and hope. It spiritually destroys. Irene Molotoni remembers what that felt like. As a 42 year old widow in Mngwangwa, Malawi she […]

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Going the Distance

How far would you go to hear the Word of God? Walk around the corner? Drive 15 minutes downtown? Or you may simply sit down at your computer to watch a podcast. Levitala made us think hard about the distances we would go to hear God’s Word. At 81 years old he’s made a 5km […]

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15 Minutes Away

Our Malawian partner, Keta, explains what is happening just 15 minutes from her house.  

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Mngwangwa’s Dramatic Transformation!

Mngwangwa underwent a dynamic transformation in the past year, and the passionate group of young people played a major role in this shift. Mngwangwa has earned a reputation as being one of the most flourishing communities in the area. So intriguing that people and traditional leaders from surrounding places come to see and find out […]

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