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Today is our last full day in Blantyre and will involve seeing our pastor Gracious Mpilangwe and his wife Loney and other members who came over to visit and / or counsel.. This evening is the Passover and will be observed as the Blantyre church at the Malawi Postal Center Convention Center.
Gracious came over shortly after 10 and we discussed a number of important points dealing with church management...not the least of ...
... because the thought is so broken but in the long run it's so much more valuable to the listeners who hear the sermon content in their first language: Chewa. Osborn was my translator and we worked together well. Also, I accompanied the hymns on the electric piano. Dennis Chinangwa (the taxi driver) was the song-leader.
There were two items of special music by the youth choir followed by the adult choir.
... start building the perimeter security wall around the property, which is so necessary in this part of the world. Then we need to put in foundation slabs for the early buildings of this campus.
We drove out to the plot of land which is now overgrown with maize. I guess that if people see an vacant lot, they (unknown as to exactly who) will just "plant corn." Our aim is to convert this to "preach Christ." Our aim is to use ...
Beverly and I have not been back to Malawi in two years. The last time was the trip with Denny and LeeAnn Luker at this same time of year. We made a video of our trip that you can see at
I was in Zambia a year ago last January (2013) alone for a ministers and deacons meeting. Then a visit to Zimbabwe and South Africa for a Kingdom of God seminar in Cape Town and a National ...
... for beauty on a bright sunny day.
The place we stayed is owned by an Italian family and consists of a restaurant and a few little sheds with bunkbeds. To my delight they had gluten free pasta and I ordered my first decent Italian food in a couple of years! The shed we stayed in reminded me of girl scout camp but overall was fine. I'm not 100% sure we were the first people to sleep in the sheets, but we decided not to think about it and just climb in haha