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This three-fold ministry is being developed in Malawi to provide an opportunity for kids to experience knowing God through Christ, be discipled and to be active in Christian service. The purpose and plan God has for Malawian children is to bring His glory to their nation as they walk in His light using their gifts and talents to embrace the challenges of life where God placed them to impact their family, friends, school, community, nation and nations in the world with God’s love and truth. To be a V-Factor for God’s Kingdom, a voice and vessel God can use and to live a victorious life.
The goals for this ministry are to establish effective children’s ministries, child evangelism programs and children’s prayer network. The strategies are to train children’s workers, parents and prayer mobilizers nation wide to reach children with the gospel and teach them God’s Word and to be their role- models and mentors following Christ. And to develop an effective leadership structure in the local churches to embrace children’s needs: -Children’s Ministry Leader and Coworker -Child Evangelist and Coworker -Children’s Prayer Network Leaders and Coworker
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Malawi is a little known gem of a country situated at the southern edge of East Africa. It is a long narrow landlocked country, covering more than 1ooo kilometers from north to south. Lake Malawi, nearly 600 km long and up to 80 km wide, dominates the countryside. There is no country in all of Africa that has its geography so sculptured and determined by Africa's Great Rift Valley, the largest single geographical feature on Earth. Towering mountains, lush, fertile valley floors and enormous crystal clear lakes are hallmarks of much of the Rift Valley - and Malawi has the lot. Throw a seed on the ground and a plant grows.
Malawi was known as Nyasaland until it became independant in 1964. In the 19th century it was a flourishing centre for the Arab slave trade, until the arrival of David Livingstone in 1859. The trade was abolished when the country became a British protectorate in 1891. In 1953, it joined the Central African Federation. Zomba, a small town in the southern region, was formally the administrative capital of the Federation also known as the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland ,before the federation broke up. Northern Rhodesia took the name Zambia, Southern Rhodesia became Rhodesia and then Zimbabwe, and Nyasaland became Malawi under the leadership of Dr Hastings Banda. One-party rule was established and the country has only recently adopted a plural political system. Hastings Banda was educated by missionaries, and at the age of 12 walked to Johannesburg (over a thousand miles) and found work as a clerk in one of the gold mines. He was noticed by a philanthropist who paid for his continuing education before he went to medical school in Scotland.
Malawi's greatest asset is it's amazingly friendly people, earning the country the tile of "The Warm Heart of Africa". The population is currently estimated at +-17 million with an annual growth rate of 2.3%. Literacy is low at around 36%. The mortality rate of 1 in 4 who die before reaching the age of 5 is contributed to poor access to medical facilities and diseases such as Cholera, Malaria, Typhoid, Yellow Fever and Polio, and of course Aids, are prevalent among the population. However, despite the poverty and other hardships, the peoples of Malawi greet each day with a smile and the hope that "today will be better than yesterday".
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REV. ALTHEA MEYER Originally from South Africa, Althea was licensed and ordained as minister through the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, North Carolina, USA and was sent to Malawi by World Missions Ministry as a missionary to serve the church in Malawi. She is currently serving as Assistant Director and teacher at the Guthrie Bible Training Centre in Blantyre, Southern Malawi. She is also a Child Evangelist and an instructor of children’s ministry and child evangelism, a prayer trainer and mobilizer of strategic prayer leaders. Project and program coordinator. Althea says, "My mission is to reach all kids for Christ through training as many strategic children’s workers as possible.
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Rev. Althea Meyer Malawi Missionary World Missions Ministry International Pentecostal Holiness Church Assistant Director: Guthrie Bible Training Centre Director: Child Evangelism PO Box 123, Falcon, NC 28342 Tel: 1-910-980-1419 E-Mail: altheameyer5@gmail.com PO Box 557, Blantyre, Malawi, Central Africa
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Welcome
This three-fold ministry is being developed in Malawi to provide an opportunity for kids to experience knowing God through Christ, be discipled and to be active in Christian service. The purpose and plan God has for Malawian children is to bring His glory to their nation as they walk in His light using their gifts and talents to embrace the challenges of life where God placed them to impact their family, friends, school, community, nation and nations in the world with God’s love and truth. To be a V-Factor for God’s Kingdom, a voice and vessel God can use and to live a victorious life.
The goals for this ministry are to establish effective children’s ministries, child evangelism programs and children’s prayer network. The strategies are to train children’s workers, parents and prayer mobilizers nation wide to reach children with the gospel and teach them God’s Word and to be their role- models and mentors following Christ. And to develop an effective leadership structure in the local churches to embrace children’s needs: -Children’s Ministry Leader and Coworker -Child Evangelist and Coworker -Children’s Prayer Network Leaders and Coworkers
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MALAWI The Warm Heart of Africa
Malawi is a little known gem of a country situated at the southern edge of East Africa. It is a long narrow landlocked country, covering more than 1ooo kilometers from north to south. Lake Malawi, nearly 600 km long and up to 80 km wide, dominates the countryside. There is no country in all of Africa that has its geography so sculptured and determined by Africa's Great Rift Valley, the largest single geographical feature on Earth. Towering mountains, lush, fertile valley floors and enormous crystal clear lakes are hallmarks of much of the Rift Valley - and Malawi has the lot. Throw a seed on the ground and a plant grows.
Malawi was known as Nyasaland until it became independant in 1964. In the 19th century it was a flourishing centre for the Arab slave trade, until the arrival of David Livingstone in 1859. The trade was abolished when the country became a British protectorate in 1891. In 1953, it joined the Central African Federation. Zomba, a small town in the southern region, was formally the administrative capital of the Federation also known as the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland ,before the federation broke up. Northern Rhodesia took the name Zambia, Southern Rhodesia became Rhodesia and then Zimbabwe, and Nyasaland became Malawi under the leadership of Dr Hastings Banda. One-party rule was established and the country has only recently adopted a plural political system. Hastings Banda was educated by missionaries, and at the age of 12 walked to Johannesburg (over a thousand miles) and found work as a clerk in one of the gold mines. He was noticed by a philanthropist who paid for his continuing education before he went to medical school in Scotland.
Malawi's greatest asset is it's amazingly friendly people, earning the country the tile of "The Warm Heart of Africa". The population is currently estimated at +-17 million with an annual growth rate of 2.3%. Literacy is low at around 36%. The mortality rate of 1 in 4 who die before reaching the age of 5 is contributed to poor access to medical facilities and diseases such as Cholera, Malaria, Typhoid, Yellow Fever and Polio, and of course Aids, are prevalent among the population. However, despite the poverty and other hardships, the peoples of Malawi greet each day with a smile and the hope that "today will be better than yesterday".
PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR
REV. ALTHEA MEYER Originally from South Africa, Althea was licensed and ordained as minister through the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, North Carolina, USA and was sent to Malawi by World Missions Ministry as a missionary to serve the church in Malawi. She is currently serving as Assistant Director and teacher at the Guthrie Bible Training Centre in Blantyre, Southern Malawi. She is also a Child Evangelist and an instructor of children’s ministry and child evangelism, a prayer trainer and mobilizer of strategic prayer leaders. Project and program coordinator. Althea says, "My mission is to reach all kids for Christ through training as many strategic children’s workers as possible.
Learn more about Rev. Althea Meyer here:
YOUR SUPPORT
TO EQUIP HARVEST WORKERS FOR MALAWI, WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
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Rev. Althea Meyer Malawi Missionary World Missions Ministry International Pentecostal Holiness Church Assistant Director: Guthrie Bible Training Centre Director: Child Evangelism PO Box 123, Falcon, NC 28342 Tel: 1-910-980-1419 E-Mail: altheameyer5@gmail.com PO Box 557, Blantyre, Malawi, Central Africa
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