From Malawi Reformation Network I am Madalitso Isaac Dube married to Rose Mtunda Dube and blessed with two children, Joyous and Joanna. I was born in a Christian family, both of my parents were Christians of Zambezi Evangelical Church, hence I was raised with Christian values and principles. My parents used to send me and […]Read More Malawian Intern to Work with MRN
On the Deception of False Prophets in Africa and a Call to Discernment By Pastor Gideon Mpeni, Florida Baptist Church, South Africa When we look at the benefits of a Metropolitan lifestyle, we see that it exposes citizens to the unique privileges of buying all they need in shops that are close to their residence. […]Read More A Call to Discernment
By Richard Jones–Malawi Reformation Network When I was first contacted about the work beginning in the African country of Malawi, I had never heard of the country and had no idea where it was located geographically. But, I did know one thing…. Pastor Jason Helopoulos was involved, and if he was excited about a ministry […]Read More Why Malawi?
This is Part Two in a three-part series focusing on missions in the African country of Malawi and how missions work there affected a small church in Alabama. In Part One, I talked about how Malawi missions became a reality for His Way Community Church in Prattville, Alabama and what the team experienced during a […]Read More Obedience is Our Joy: Lessons from Malawi Part 2
Originally posted on Just Thinking…for Myself:
Lately, I’ve been ruminating on certain matters that are, or should be, in my opinion at least, of concern to professing evangelical Christians, but that seem to have gotten lost amidst the current climate of socio-political animus that exists, particularly within American evangelicalism. Among those divers concerns is…
When Work and Family Collide, who Suffers? By Gideon Mpeni, Pastor at Florida Baptist Church, South Africa On the beautiful African sunrise, men and women get up at the crack of dawn, in our villages, from the sound of the cock in the morning, birds chirp and men whistle while carrying hoes on their shoulders. […]Read More South African Pastor Seeks Work and Family Balance
By Samuel Sey Reactions to the late-term abortion bills in New York and Virginia illustrate the contrast between America and Canada. Late-term abortions are controversial in America, but they are conventional in Canada. In late-term abortions, abortionists fill a needle with a fatal dose of digoxin and they insert the needle through the mother’s stomach […]Read More Support Samuel Sey @ Canadian Center For Bio-Ethical Reform