Mission Moments: Malawi

Gary Fallesen

Mission Moments: Malawi

Sending them out two by two

Group village head Kasale, left, and her elderly mother in August 2018. (Photo by Gary Fallesen)

Damson Samson put the disciples-making-disciples lessons he has been teaching to our Kilimanjaro Chapter in Tanzania and the Mulanje Massif Chapter in Malawi to work during an outreach among the Ngoni people this week in central Malawi. The Climbing For Christ kingdom worker invited at least one believer from every village to three days of evangelism training.

“We are targeting thousands of Ngoni people,” Damson said about this under-engaged group. “We had 40 people to be trained, including chiefs who came to be trained how they can evangelize.

“The plan behind this training is to build (a group) of people who will be working every day in their villages, especially in evangelizing to the community when we are not there. By the end of the year, we might harvest thousands of Ngoni people to the Lord.”

Joyfully learning how to share Jesus, above and below, and how to pray over those in need, bottom. (Photos by Damson Samson)

Damson taught the basics, divided students into groups of two to practice in the classroom, and then sent them out two by two. “What a joy to see them coming back with great victory!” he reported. “We saw 109 people reached and 58 accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

“All of these were harvested in the streets, homes, hops, bus stands, garages, markets, banks, and offices. I was also excited that even Muslims were reached with the truth of Jesus Christ and were able to admit their weaknesses.

“We were all amazed how energetic it was that even the sick were prayed for and marriage problems were addressed.”

A disciple works at making another disciple outside a market. (Photo by Damson Samson)

One of the village group leaders, Kasale, who oversees 17 small villages, hosted us when we visited last August on Mission: Malawi 2018. She participated in the training and was sent out with another believer. “She was able to harvest two lives to the Lord,” Damson said. “She appreciated Climbing For Christ for the development and asked it to continue for it has power to redeem others.” 


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