Are you a sports leader or coach? Do you enjoy working with youth? Would you like to be part of team of Christians that desires to see hundreds, even thousands, of young people come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ? Then be a part of SIM Sports Friends Ministry in Malawi. Use your enthusiasm and skills to develop, lead, train, and motivate local church youth leaders in using sports as a powerful and effective tool to reach the youth of Malawi for the kingdom of God.
Develop your skills, passion and understanding for gospel work in a cross-cultural context through an internship placement with Sports Friends. Sports Friends seeks to equip churches in Africa, Asia and South America to make disciples of young people, their families and communities through strategic sports ministry. Join our Sports Friends team in training and equipping leaders in the local church to reach out to young people with the gospel through sport.
Do you have experience as an Accountant? Would you like to use your skills in an exciting new place where you can give people the gospel? Malawi's Partners in Hope is looking for an experienced accountant or CFO to assist in expanding our accounting systems and improving our reporting capabilities as our organization grows.
Partners in Hope is a Malawian Christian non-profit medical center growing from a primarily outpatient facility into a full-service teaching hospital. This would be a terrific opportunity for a family physician or a pediatrician to use your skills in medicine to explain the gospel to those who have never heard it! We are looking for a pediatrician or family physician to lead in the development of our pediatric department, both inpatient and outpatient. Will this person be you?
Are you a nurse with a special interest in helping people affected by HIV and AIDS? This is a wonderful opportunity for you to let God use you in amazing ways in the lives of people who are suffering.
You could have a tremendous impact on the lives of young people as they explore missions opportunities on the ground level!
Many ministry opportunities in Malawi have been developed in recent months suitable for missionaries serving from a couple of weeks to a few months. You are desperately needed to organize and facilitate the the short-termers' program since the current field administration lacks the time to properly give it oversight.
If you would like to be on the ground level of evangelism to a people group that desperately needs to know the Savior, then heads up!
Malawi has a ministry team called Mthenga Wabwino (Good Messenger) with a vision to reach Muslim Malawians and to train local church leaders how to reach their Muslim neighbours, both near and far, with the Gospel. Nothing is more exciting than preparing people for eternity!
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.
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 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 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.'