Malawi

Bryony Pannell

Bryony is a doctor at Partners In Hope, a clinic in Lilongwe which specialises in treeating AIDS and HIV patients. Sent by Southam Road Evangelical Church, Banbury, Bryony offers to pray for all her patients and enjoys the opportunity to share her faith through her work.

If you would like to pray regularly for Bryony please click here.

Please pray:

  • For more doctors to be raised up for mission work in Malawi

  • That Bryony would continue to rely on God to lead her life

Megumi and Helen Fazakerley

Megumi and Helen Fazakerley have served in Malawi since 1993. Helen mentors and disciples other missionaries, whilst Megumi is involved in Bible school teaching. Both Helen and Megumi are passionate about their calling, following in the footsteps of their Saviour. Megumi says: "Near the end of his earthly ministry, on the road to Emmaus, Jesus 'opened the Scriptures' as the two disciples experience their hearts burn and they eyes open (Luke 24:13-34). He did that to me, and I want to help others to experience the same."

Ruth Guinness

Ruth Guinness has been working with Serving In Mission since 2000. After a year spent immersed in language and culture, Ruth began teaching at the Evangelical Bible College of Malawi.

Ruth trains students from Malawi and Mozambique to be church leaders. She feels privileged to be a part of this work and finds joy in seeing students learn to read and understand the Bible, so that they in turn can teach others.  She says 'it is a delight when students share that their eyes have been opened to understand more of God's word.'

Ian and Lindsay Farrimond

The Newcastle couple, who have been with Serving In Mission since 2008, are running the communications ministry in Malawi.

Based in the capital Blantyre, Ian is the communications manager and produces compelling editorial and video content, while Lindsay is a talented artist who puts her skills to great use in spreading the good news of Jesus.

They are supported by Holy Trinity Church, Jesmond, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

If you would like to pray regularly for Ian and Lindsay please click here

Stephanie Darling

Stephanie teaches several courses at the Evangelical Bible College in Malawi and has been with Serving In Mission since 2003. She also teaches Chrisitan counselling and takes students into remote areas to share the gospel. She is supported by churches in Warrington and Christchurch.

If you would like to pray regularly for Stephanie please click here

Please pray

  • for God’s help in sustaining both staff and students at EBCoM through 17-week semesters.

Malawi Flood

Heavy rain is not unusual in Malawi in January, but the rainfall this year was both exceptional and deadly. Several hundred people died and tens of thousands were made homeless as the remains of a tropical cyclone hit Malawi. Houses were totally destroyed or badly damaged, crops washed away and an already impoverished country faces a long, difficult road to recovery.

The market town of Bangula, about two hours’ drive south of Blantyre in Southern Malawi, is now home to thousands of displaced people because of the floods, living in four camps located in and around the centre.

Hope for AIDS Malawi

What does HOPE for AIDS Malawi do?

The HThis project is available as an Alternative GiftOPE for AIDS project in Malawi seeks to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of AIDS sufferers and their families. It also enables and educates the church and community in responding to the AIDS pandemic.

Steven and Jo Wheatley, Peter and Sarah

Steven and Jo Wheatley with Sarah, supported by St Mary's Church, Maidenhead, are currently serving in Blantyre, Malawi. Prior to this they have worked with Serving In Mission in Zambia, Nigeria and Mozambique.

Jo’s main ministry is as a physiotherapist working at CURE hospital. She has a heart for reaching children with cerebral palsy. Steven is involved in lay leadership training as well as looking after SIM Malawi’s finances. Between them the Wheatleys also spend a lot of time providing hospitality and discipleship.

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