Maize stunted by the lack of rain in Malawi. (Photo by Duncan Nyozani)
As we were preparing to GO
on Mission: Malawi 2016
, we were alerted that this Southern African nation is on the brink of famine.
“The problem is very serious,” said Pastor Duncan Nyozani, a Climbing For Christ member and ministry partner who (among other things) oversees the orphanage C4C supports.
“We planted, but the rains are not coming. All the crops are drying right now. People are starving. Please remember us in your prayers. Food prices are very expensive … some kids are eating things not edible.”
Climbing For Christ has been ministering in Malawi since 2010. This is where Project 1:27
began. With Mission: Malawi 2016 we are expanding the work to include the newly formed Mulanje Massif Chapter in which guides and porters will be trained to evangelize.
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