A Village Well and a Chicken?

I had been asked by Hopegivers International, one of our Major Ministry Partners, to locate and assess a possible village well project for joint sponsorship. I had seen other village well projects, some of which were well-maintained and others that were broken down or dug to shallow to continue providing fresh water. For a reliable village well to be self-sustaining, both a resource assessment and a need assessment are required. After preaching this morning in

How Did Jesus Feed the Hungry?

After preaching this morning at the Presbyterian Church, I preached a differen message at the United Methodist Church on the “Feeding of the 5,000” from John 6: 1-13 SermonNotes: The Feeding of the 5,000 is the only miracle of Jesus recorded on all four Gospels. Among other truths, it illustrates the principle of spiritual multiplication: “little is much when God is in it.” As the Jewish Passover Feast drew near, Jesus was going about doing

How did Jesus Heal the Sick?

Sunday in Mzuzu: I preached this morning at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church on the Healing of the Man Born Blind(John 9:1-12)and its application to medical aid in Malawi. The photo above is from the School for the Blind in Ekwendeni, sponsored by the Presbyterian Synod. Sermon Notes: How Did Jesus heal the sick and help those who suffered? In the Gospel of John, the disciples ask Jesus a question about the connection between sin, sickness