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This    three-fold    ministry    is    being    developed    in    Malawi    to provide   an   opportunity   for   kids   to   experience   knowing   God through    Christ,    be    discipled    and    to    be    active    in    Christian service. The   purpose   and   plan   God   has   for   Malawian   children   is   to bring   His   glory   to   their   nation   as   they   walk   in   His   light   using their    gifts    and    talents    to    embrace    the    challenges    of    life where    God    placed    them    to    impact    their    family,    friends, school,    community,    nation    and    nations    in    the    world    with God’s   love   and   truth.   To   be   a   V-Factor   for   God’s   Kingdom,   a voice and vessel God can use and to live a victorious life.
The     goals     for     this     ministry     are     to     establish     effective children’s      ministries,      child      evangelism      programs      and children’s prayer network. The   strategies   are   to   train   children’s   workers,   parents   and prayer    mobilizers    nation    wide    to    reach    children    with    the gospel    and    teach    them    God’s    Word    and    to    be    their    role- models and mentors following Christ. And   to   develop   an   effective   leadership   structure   in   the   local churches to embrace children’s needs: -Children’s Ministry Leader and Coworker -Child Evangelist and Coworker -Children’s Prayer Network Leaders and Coworker
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Malawi    is    a    little    known    gem    of    a    country situated   at   the   southern   edge   of   East   Africa. It     is     a     long     narrow     landlocked     country, covering    more    than    1ooo    kilometers    from north   to   south.   Lake   Malawi,   nearly   600   km long    and    up    to    80    km    wide,    dominates    the countryside.    There    is    no    country    in    all    of Africa   that   has   its   geography   so   sculptured and   determined   by   Africa's   Great   Rift   Valley, the    largest    single    geographical    feature    on Earth.   Towering   mountains,   lush,   fertile   valley floors   and   enormous   crystal   clear   lakes   are hallmarks    of    much    of    the    Rift    Valley    -    and Malawi    has    the    lot.    Throw    a    seed    on    the ground and a plant grows.
Malawi    was    known    as    Nyasaland    until    it became    independant    in    1964.    In    the    19th century    it    was    a    flourishing    centre    for    the Arab    slave    trade,    until    the    arrival    of    David Livingstone   in   1859.   The   trade   was   abolished when       the       country       became       a       British protectorate    in    1891.    In    1953,    it    joined    the Central    African    Federation.    Zomba,    a    small town   in   the   southern   region,   was   formally   the administrative   capital   of   the   Federation   also known    as    the    Federation    of    Rhodesia    and Nyasaland    ,before    the    federation    broke    up. Northern    Rhodesia    took    the    name    Zambia, Southern     Rhodesia     became     Rhodesia     and then      Zimbabwe,      and      Nyasaland      became Malawi   under   the   leadership   of   Dr   Hastings Banda.    One-party    rule    was    established    and the     country     has     only     recently     adopted     a plural   political   system.   Hastings   Banda   was educated   by   missionaries,   and   at   the   age   of 12   walked   to   Johannesburg   (over   a   thousand miles)   and   found   work   as   a   clerk   in   one   of   the gold       mines.       He       was       noticed       by       a philanthropist    who    paid    for    his    continuing education   before   he   went   to   medical   school in Scotland.
Malawi's     greatest     asset     is     it's     amazingly friendly   people,   earning   the   country   the   tile of   "The   Warm   Heart   of   Africa".   The   population is   currently   estimated   at   +-17   million   with   an annual   growth   rate   of   2.3%.   Literacy   is   low   at around   36%.   The   mortality   rate   of   1   in   4   who die      before      reaching      the      age      of      5      is contributed      to      poor      access      to      medical facilities     and     diseases     such     as     Cholera, Malaria,   Typhoid,   Yellow   Fever   and   Polio,   and of     course     Aids,     are     prevalent     among     the population.   However,   despite   the   poverty   and other   hardships,   the   peoples   of   Malawi   greet each    day    with    a    smile    and    the    hope    that "today will be better than yesterday".
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REV. ALTHEA MEYER Originally   from   South   Africa,   Althea   was   licensed   and   ordained   as   minister   through the   International   Pentecostal   Holiness   Church,   North   Carolina,   USA   and   was   sent   to Malawi   by   World   Missions   Ministry   as   a   missionary   to   serve   the   church   in   Malawi. She    is    currently    serving    as    Assistant    Director    and    teacher    at    the    Guthrie    Bible Training   Centre   in   Blantyre,   Southern   Malawi.   She   is   also   a   Child   Evangelist   and   an instructor   of   children’s   ministry   and   child   evangelism,   a   prayer   trainer   and   mobilizer of    strategic    prayer    leaders.    Project    and    program    coordinator.    Althea    says,    "My mission   is   to   reach   all   kids   for   Christ   through   training   as   many   strategic   children’s workers as possible.  
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Rev. Althea Meyer Malawi Missionary World Missions Ministry International Pentecostal Holiness Church Assistant Director: Guthrie Bible Training Centre Director: Child Evangelism PO Box 123, Falcon, NC 28342 Tel: 1-910-980-1419 E-Mail: altheameyer5@gmail.com PO Box 557, Blantyre, Malawi, Central Africa
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Welcome
This   three-fold   ministry   is   being   developed   in   Malawi   to provide   an   opportunity   for   kids   to   experience   knowing   God through   Christ,   be   discipled   and   to   be   active   in   Christian service. The   purpose   and   plan   God   has   for   Malawian   children   is   to bring   His   glory   to   their   nation   as   they   walk   in   His   light using   their   gifts   and   talents   to   embrace   the   challenges   of life   where   God   placed   them   to   impact   their   family,   friends, school,   community,   nation   and   nations   in   the   world   with God’s   love   and   truth.   To   be   a   V-Factor   for   God’s   Kingdom,   a voice and vessel God can use and to live a victorious life.
The    goals    for    this    ministry    are    to    establish    effective children’s     ministries,     child     evangelism     programs     and children’s prayer network. The   strategies   are   to   train   children’s   workers,   parents   and prayer   mobilizers   nation   wide   to   reach   children   with   the gospel   and   teach   them   God’s   Word   and   to   be   their   role- models and mentors following Christ. And    to    develop    an    effective    leadership    structure    in    the local churches to embrace children’s needs: -Children’s Ministry Leader and Coworker -Child Evangelist and Coworker -Children’s Prayer Network Leaders and Coworkers
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MALAWI The Warm Heart of Africa
Malawi    is    a    little    known    gem    of    a    country    situated    at    the southern   edge   of   East   Africa.   It   is   a   long   narrow   landlocked country,    covering    more    than    1ooo    kilometers    from    north    to south.   Lake   Malawi,   nearly   600   km   long   and   up   to   80   km   wide, dominates   the   countryside.   There   is   no   country   in   all   of   Africa that    has    its    geography    so    sculptured    and    determined    by Africa's     Great     Rift     Valley,     the     largest     single     geographical feature   on   Earth.   Towering   mountains,   lush,   fertile   valley   floors and   enormous   crystal   clear   lakes   are   hallmarks   of   much   of   the Rift    Valley    -    and    Malawi    has    the    lot.    Throw    a    seed    on    the ground and a plant grows.
Malawi   was   known   as   Nyasaland   until   it   became   independant in   1964.   In   the   19th   century   it   was   a   flourishing   centre   for   the Arab   slave   trade,   until   the   arrival   of   David   Livingstone   in   1859. The   trade   was   abolished   when   the   country   became   a   British protectorate    in    1891.    In    1953,    it    joined    the    Central    African Federation.   Zomba,   a   small   town   in   the   southern   region,   was formally    the    administrative    capital    of    the    Federation    also known   as   the   Federation   of   Rhodesia   and   Nyasaland   ,before the    federation    broke    up.    Northern    Rhodesia    took    the    name Zambia,     Southern     Rhodesia     became     Rhodesia     and     then Zimbabwe,      and      Nyasaland      became      Malawi      under      the leadership      of      Dr      Hastings      Banda.      One-party      rule      was established   and   the   country   has   only   recently   adopted   a   plural political       system.       Hastings       Banda       was       educated       by missionaries,    and    at    the    age    of    12    walked    to    Johannesburg (over   a   thousand   miles)   and   found   work   as   a   clerk   in   one   of   the gold   mines.   He   was   noticed   by   a   philanthropist   who   paid   for   his continuing    education    before    he    went    to    medical    school    in Scotland.
Malawi's    greatest    asset    is    it's    amazingly    friendly    people, earning   the   country   the   tile   of   "The   Warm   Heart   of   Africa".   The population    is    currently    estimated    at    +-17    million    with    an annual   growth   rate   of   2.3%.   Literacy   is   low   at   around   36%.   The mortality   rate   of   1   in   4   who   die   before   reaching   the   age   of   5   is contributed   to   poor   access   to   medical   facilities   and   diseases such   as   Cholera,   Malaria,   Typhoid,   Yellow   Fever   and   Polio,   and of   course   Aids,   are   prevalent   among   the   population.   However, despite     the     poverty     and     other     hardships,     the     peoples     of Malawi   greet   each   day   with   a   smile   and   the   hope   that   "today will be better than yesterday".
PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR
REV. ALTHEA MEYER Originally     from     South     Africa,     Althea     was     licensed     and ordained   as   minister   through   the   International   Pentecostal Holiness     Church,     North     Carolina,     USA     and     was     sent     to Malawi   by   World   Missions   Ministry   as   a   missionary   to   serve the   church   in   Malawi.   She   is   currently   serving   as   Assistant Director   and   teacher   at   the   Guthrie   Bible   Training   Centre   in Blantyre,    Southern    Malawi.    She    is    also    a    Child    Evangelist and      an      instructor      of      children’s      ministry      and      child evangelism,    a    prayer    trainer    and    mobilizer    of    strategic prayer    leaders.    Project    and    program    coordinator.    Althea says,    "My    mission    is    to    reach    all    kids    for    Christ    through training as many strategic children’s workers as possible.  
Learn more about Rev. Althea Meyer here:
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Rev. Althea Meyer Malawi Missionary World Missions Ministry International Pentecostal Holiness Church Assistant Director: Guthrie Bible Training Centre Director: Child Evangelism PO Box 123, Falcon, NC 28342 Tel: 1-910-980-1419 E-Mail: altheameyer5@gmail.com PO Box 557, Blantyre, Malawi, Central Africa
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