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Slowing the spread of the virus, not the gospel

For the last eight months, we've become accustomed to the routine of washing our hands several times a day.

The combination of soap, scrubbing, and water produces a preventative measure against the spread of diseases, like the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19.

Abdul, Elena, and Tryson

On a bright, sunny day I made my way to Mpemba. This is an area just outside of Blantyre, the city I live in and where Kingdom Workers Malawi is headquartered. Although not far from Blantyre, the area feels very rural.

We turned off the main paved road onto a bumpy dirt track winding through plots of corn interspersed with village homes. As we drove, I thought about how beautiful this country is, and I felt grateful to the people I was about to meet for being willing to share their stories.

The next chapter of local leadership in Indonesia

Since 2014, Kingdom Workers has partnered with many local community members and volunteers in Indonesia. Rural villages have been blessed through these connections with clean water systems, educational health workshops, access to books and literacy curriculums, and most importantly the message of Jesus’ love and salvation.

Bringing Inclusivity to the Classroom

We owe teachers a lot.

This pandemic has made us all appreciate the hard work of teachers, day in and day out. When school went online in the spring of 2020, it caused a lot of us to realize how valuable it is having qualified, trained teachers to lead our students. 

Class subjects, social skills, and problem-solving are all valuable lessons kids learn at school. But for six-year-old Jayden, school was not possible. 

What sharing the gospel looks like in Malawi

To an outsider, Malawi seems like a country full of opportunities to serve. It regularly ranks as one of the poorest countries in the world by gross domestic product. HIV/AIDS, malaria, and poor access to clean drinking water all contribute to an average life expectancy of just over 60 years.*

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