Returned from Malawi

I also sent an update from my phone http://www.liamandrachel.com/update-from-malawi-1/”>you can read here before reading below.

We are celebrating here in Cape Town – I just got back to Cape Town a few days early thanks to some expedient travel on the way back down from Malawi. Rachel and I want to thank so many of you that committed to praying for us over these last couple of weeks, both of us remarked on what a grace was over the things God had called us to do for those 2 weeks.

We are also celebrating as an All Nations community, there is a distinct feeling we have been caught up in an amazing plan of God with our recent malawi trip and the discipling and sending of African missionaries to a muslim area of sub saharan africa.

This morning as I was, with my 2 counterparts, sharing about our time in Malawi, It was not the great commission that came to my mind but the oft quoted John 3:16 – For GOD so LOVED the WORLD that he GAVE/SENT his only SON. In the same way as Jesus was sent as a once and for all sacrifice, God is calling us to be FILLED with the Spirit of Jesus, so that we can be GIVEN/SENT to the WORLD that he so LOVES.

We truly believe these obedient, kingdom-filled african friends and the gospel they carry and embody in their lives are a gift to a culture which is burdened with sin and brokeness and we are so blessed to have been a part of sending them, and our All Nations community is continuing to commit ourselves to them in prayer, visitation and resources. This is our heart and vision to see freedom through the gospel for africa, and we are convinced one of the best ways for this to happen, is africans captured by the beauty of Jesus being sent into Africa proclaiming Good News for the poor. Lk4:18

Im hoping to write down some more stories from the trip, but for now Ive uploaded some photos and a couple of fun videos for you to get a feel of the trip…

HERE ARE SOME PHOTOS OF THE TRIP:

A VIDEO OF A LOCAL MALAWIAN BIBLE STUDY AS THEY WORSHIPPED

A VIDEO OF OUR ALL NATIONS CHURCH COMMUNITY WORSHIPPING AS WE SENT OUT THE MALAWIAN TEAM

One Comment on “Returned from Malawi

  1. greetings from Little Chef at Warminster….Really encouraging to read your blog whilst I await the fish and chips…

    BE ENCOURAGED Guys and Gals

    Mike C

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