I’m Marcus Campbell and you are helping to decide the next stage of my ministry.
Malawi is a country where one family made a huge difference. In 1957, Doyle and Louise Gilliam arrived in Northern Malawi with a small team of missionaries. Twenty years later they left a legacy that produced more than 125 congregations and thousands of believers throughout Malawi’s North and Central regions.
But Doyle Gilliam and the missionaries of his generation have
retired—and it’s time for us to step up.
If you are in a position to go with me, please call the number or write to the email address listed above, because there’s plenty to do.
But if you are not in a position to go now, please consider helping to move the work in Malawi forward through me.
It’s simple: if God is willing, and I get the remaining funds to minister in Malawi full time—I go.
...pictured below are from neighboring Mozambique. Civil war officially ended its communist government in 1992—and many who fled that war became refugees in Malawi.
Mozambique’s communist government denied God’s existence, so the churches started by men like Doyle Gilliam introduced Mozambiquean refugees to Christ. When the war ended, those refugees returned to Mozambique – not simply to talk about Christ – but to show their nation His ways.
Moreover, many are building His compassion into Mozambique’s future.
Making sure that the next generation of Africa's young people are loved—and understand the need to build that love into Africa's future.
Malawi International Bible Institute (MIBI) is where Priestley Nkhonjera is helping to do just that. But he teaches alone. Together we hope to increase enrollment—and soon add a third full-time faculty member. This will allow Priestley to enroll more students from MIBI's waiting list—and provide enough instruction for them to finish the program in just two years.
Malawi knows poverty. Those living there with physical disabilities know it especially well, since it is a place where wheelchair literally means "wheel chair".
It's known as the warm heart of Africa...but its people maintain that disposition in the midst of deprivation. They deserve better—and helping meet needs like these is part of a Christian's mission.
While Malawi's churches helped bring the knowledge of God to Mozambique, much of Malawi is still unreached.
Priestley, a fellow 2012 graduate of Sunset International Bible Institute, is currently training Malawi's next generation of preachers. During the academic year we plan to teach together at MIBI (Malawi’s International Bible Institute)—while we try to grow the church Priestly has begun in a local village.
I’ll take your response as evidence of whether I should be part of moving MIBI forward. So I appreciate you taking the time to consider God’s work in Malawi—and how we can help!