FGA-Malawi: Chilomoni Pastoral Conference

Our Chilomoni conference is over now. We praise God that we had a wonderful conference once again. All the pastors, above photos, have joined the us as FGA Malawi Fellowship. International Maranatha Institute has been welcomed by almost all the churches gathered at this conference. Many enrollment forms have been distributed and students are coming for registration.

This is the church of our conference in Chilomoni. These pastors came from different churches and different areas in Blantyre City, from Kameza, Ndirande, Sigerege, Chilobwe, Chirimba, Machinjiri,Mbayani, Chemusa and Chilomoni.These are townships that make up Blantyre City.

Our church women, the Bride of Christ Pentecostal church prepared food for us. We thank you very much for the provision. The funds you sent us enabled us to eat delicious food at the conference. In all the conference was held because you provided us with funds. God bless you and hope to see you at the annual Conference.

Full Gospel Assemblies – Malawi Holds April 22 Leadership Seminar

FG-Malawian leadership joined pastors and church workers together this past April 30th at the FG Matindi Center under the banner of Unity in the Body of Christ.  Bishop Thomas Mapira writes, “We highly praise our Almighty God for the incredible seminar we had. With much respect, we are here also to recognize the great work of FGA-USA, and the provisions given so that this seminar could be conducted. God bless you abundantly”.

16 Churches Join FG – Malawi  – 11 Baptized – 19 Students Registered 

Seminar teachers on this day included Bishop Charles Mapira and Pastor Phiri.  Pastors and church leadership attending were greatly blessed and inspired with the Word of God that was taught.  Full Gospel – Malawi church leadership introduced the fellowship to all visiting pastors, making available the opportunity to prayerfully consider joining together to advance the kingdom of Christ Jesus.  “As a result of this we had 16 churches joining FGA – Malawi as registered members”, reports Bishop Mapira. 

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