1 Fr over
the last six months, 20 girls dropped out of Nthorowa ODC due to early
marriages; the area’s Islamic culture is the most likely reason.
Women’s World Day of Prayer - ZEC Mozambique would like prayer for their
activities and upcoming Sunday services.
2 Sa Ntonda’s bees have produced large quantities of honey, generating
a healthy income stream.
ZEC Health & Rural Development
Ntonda Rural Hospital, plus health centres at Matanda,
Mitsidi, Muluma and Nthorowa.
3 Su staff
houses are complete and occupied at Muluma.
A completed staff house at Muluma
4 Mo thanks
to the generosity of its supporters, zm has bought the equipment necessary
to allow maternity services at Muluma to commence.
5 Tu for guidance and practical help from within Malawi, as Ntonda consider
the practicalities of installing an operating theatre.
6 We a
grant was secured by Nthorowa to construct their new maternity wing.
Zambezi Evangelical Church (ZEC), Malawi
Fellowship of Youth (FoY)
7 Th ZEC are appointing a new coordinator.
8 Fr for
the faithful service of former FoY Coordinator Gift Mphongolo.
9 Sa for the young people to continue to prioritise God in their lives.
10 Su for
all the people who have become Christians through the work of FoY.
ZEC Chiyanjano (Women’s Fellowship) in Malawi
Millie Jumbe, Chairlady; Temwani Fatchi, Secretary.
11 Mo for
the number of women who seek to grow in Christ through the Chiyanjano groups
EBCoM semester 2 commences
12 Tu for unity and a shared vision between the Chiyanjano and the ZEC leadership.
UK Executive Council and Trustees meet
13 We for Christ to remain at the heart of the Chiyanjano groups.
UK staff meet
ZEC Regional Superintendents & Churchplanting
14 Th for
the hard work and perseverance of pastors serving in the northern region of
15 Fr for
pastors in the northern region: they can struggle to meet their basic needs,
since congregations are unable to support them fully.
16 Sa that
the love of Christ is shared in areas that are heavily influenced by Islam.
17 Su for spiritual protection for pastors and congregations throughout Malawi.
18 Mo for
those who are assigned to the role of regional superintendents.
19 Tu for Christians in remote parts of Malawi to be aware of their part
in the wider body of Christ.
River of Life Evangelical Church (RoLEC)
Leader Ps Mvula Mvula
20 We RoLEC
planted a church in a predominantly Muslim area in Machinga District. At least
21 people have already been saved.
RoLEC Churchplanting in Machinga District
21 Th many school age girls in the area have been married and subsequently
abandoned with children, as the man has sought another wife.
22 Fr RoLEC
were able to rescue one such girl from this type of marriage; she has now joined
23 Sa Chirimba
RoLEC in Blantyre organised a six day outreach which saw over 100 people attend
their outdoor meeting each night.
24 Su for God’s continued guidance to Pastor Mvula Mvula.
25 Mo a level 3 ‘Learn2Serve’ leadership training course commences
at Siki RoLEC today.
26 Tu for church leaders to know their Bible in great depth.
27 We that
RoLEC are so active in bringing the gospel to people who otherwise wouldn’t
hear the good news
28 Th that
over 40 pastors and church leaders have received bicycles this year through
29 Fr for spiritual growth in the congregations of the various RoLEC churches.
Evangelical Bible College of Malawi (EBCoM)
Principal, Pastor Robert Masikamu; Council Chairman, Rev
30 Sa the leadership of EBCoM as they try to make the college financially
31 Su the water supply to the college is unreliable. p for a backup solution
to be approved by the local authority.