Advance Mission

Our vision is twofold: to mobilise local churches to send Malawians into cross-cultural ministry, and to establish mission-sending agencies like SIM in Malawi. 

We also want to equip and receive missionaries from new areas for ministry work in Malawi. 

Come and Serve

Theological teachers - To teach at Evangelical Bible College of Malawi. 

Indian diaspora workers - To evangelise the Indian people living and working in Malawi. 

Prayers

1

Pray for the church to understand the urgency of their calling. 

2

Pray for unity of approach in the interdenominational Malawi Mission Initiative (MMI) – to work together with the churches to commence sustainable sending structures. 

3

Pray for further sensitisation/mobilisation for cross-cultural mission - the churches are still focused on outreach in their own communities and we desire for them to see the larger picture as well. 

4

Pray for establishment of cross-cultural mission training courses. 


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