WorldHope Corps Activities and Outcomes 2010 Summary: During 2010, WorldHope Corps through Mzuzu United Methodist Church in Malawi fed, clothed and supported over 100 orphaned and vulnerable children in Malawi (Hope Homes), educated 26 youth who otherwise could not complete High School (Hope Scholarships), graduated the first class of 8 and trained a second class of 12 young seamstresses (Hope Tailoring School), and put in three more village wells (for a total of 12) providing
WorldHope Corps Celebrates the following students in the Second Classs who graduated from the Hope Tailoring School in Mzuzu in 2010: 1. AGNESS NYIRENDA Agness is married with two children. Her husband is not working. This implies that both the husband and wife have no trusted source of income. The tailoring skills Agnes has acquired will help her to finance the family through some the tailoring business. 2. HANNAH MAKALA She is a single
Fifteen of us gathered Saturday night at the Lambs Club for a 35th year reunion of those who helped start the Lamb’s Church in Times Square in the mid to late 1970’s, including: Rev. Paul S. Moore, Founder of the Lamb’s Church of the Nazarene, and his wife, Tamara Dr. Michael J. Christensen, charter member and former associate pastor, and his wife Dr. Rebecca Laird Fr. William (BJ) Weber, former Associate Pastor and Director of the Lamb’s
Annual Mission Trip to Malawi, Africa May 21-31, 2011 Sponsored by: WorldHope Corps, Inc. Led by:Dr. Michael J. Christensen, Director of the Shalom Initiative, Drew University Hosted by: CitiHope Malawi and Mzuzu United Methodist Church DATES: May 21-31, 2011 (10 days) Travel Plan: Depart Dulles airport (Washington DC) on Saturday, May 21 to Lilongwe via Addis Ababa (Ethiopia); Arrive in Lilongwe, Malawi, on May 22; Return on Tuesday May 31 (actual flight times not yet confirmed).
Fellow Lewis enthusiasts: I watched the new film The Chronciles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader this week and I give it a thumbs up. Maybe not up for an Academy Award (well, the theme song “A Place We All Belong” by Carrie Underwood is pretty good!), but certainly worth seeing with family and friends who care about high sea adventure and eternal truths. Great spiritual themes of temptation, valor, giftedness, calling, deep