Water Buckets for for washing hands Needed in Malawi

“Sadly, I do think most deaths will be in those countries (Africa, Asia and South America), and the most extreme economic pain…” — Bill Gates on PBS News Hour, April 7, 2020 EASTER 2020: We’re all coping the best we can during this Easter season of hopeful-struggle in the face of the Global pandemic by the name of Covid-19.   “Brace yourselves,” I say to our international ministry partners,“ as new cases in their countries surface and testing begins. How

Drilling “Papa’s Well” this week in Zepedia

“Papa’s Well” is being drilled this week in Zebedia Village in Northern Malawi. WHC Village Well Number 69 since 2007 Location: Zebedia Village Population: Five villages,2,790 people Name of Village Well: “Papa’s Well” Sponsor: An American who wants to remain anonymous Notation: The scripture verse the sponsoring family selected for this well is Jeremiah 29:11.  “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you,

WorldHope Corps Project Update for 3rd Quarter 2018

As founder and chief executive officer of WorldHope Corps, I focus on fundraising, administration, and communications. As a volunteer corps of “believers without borders”, WorldHope Corps offers technical, relational and financial support as well as professional training, consultation and project development in Malawi, Uganda and the USA in a spirit of mutual exchange and “reverse mission”—which means we gain much more than we offer from those we seek to help as we work together for

Martha, Toni, Norman and Dennis Visit Orphan Care Centers and Villages in need of Wells

Antonio and Norman with FOMCO children in late October 2016 Coordinated by Dennis Singini, WorldHope Corps staff and volunteers–Dennis Kelvin Zulu, Martha Cavazos,Norman and Antonio Kroger–visited two orphan care centers and several rural villagesin northern Malawi in October/November to assess community needs and provisions.  Kelvin Zulu is Program Assistant for WorldHope Malawi.  He also is a gifted and committed teacher who for the past 10 years has instructed children without parents at FOMCO–an orphan care and feeding station in Mzuzu

WorldHope Malawi Ready to Rock and Roll

Pastor Dennis greeting students at Point Loma Nazarene University Josie, Dennis and Michael Dennis Singini‘s “American Adventure” 7-week tour has concluded and he has returned to Malawi to ramp up and rock and roll as Program Director of WorldHope Corps Malawi. On behalf ofthe board of directors, I want to thank Josie Dittrich (Dennis’ USA Tour sponsor) and WorldHope Corps’ many friends, followers and supporters who met, hosted or prayed for Dennis during his 7-week, 12-city