Josh speaks with the founder of the ministry in Malawi, Eric Chapman. Eric and his family began serving as missionaries in Moldova in Eastern Europe in 1993 after the fall of the Soviet Union. He shares about how God called him and has led him through his years of service.
With campuses in Zomba and Ngabu, Malawi, we equip current pastors through modular training. Through our residential program, we train young men that God has called to be the future pastors of churches in Malawi and Mozambique.
Malawi is a country of 20 million people with only around 2,000 qualified health professionals. Remote villages have extremely limited access to basic medical care.
Mobile Medical Clinics bring basic health care to remote villages. Through these clinics, village churches are able to show the love of Christ to their neighbors.
Many members of the churches we serve don’t have a Bible, or they only have an old translation that is difficult to understand.
The new Contemporary Chichewa Bible gives Malawi an accurate and readable translation, and we are excited to distribute them to people hungry to read and understand God’s Word. You can help us by donating. Each Bible costs $7.50.