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We especially value the prayers of God’s people.

Many of our supporters remember the work every day, but even an occasional place in your prayers is appreciated.

Suggested weekly prayer schedule

Outreach at SaidiNationwide Literature DistributionSchool VisitsDzaleka Refugee CampTranslation WorkLocal WorkersBuilding Project

Latest Prayer Points

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    Pray: Stephen travelling to Malawi

    Please remember Brother Stephen and his family as he will be travelling to Malawi on Tuesday to visit the team there. Unfortunately, Stephen’s father in law has been in hospital for the past week so he is sadly leaving his wife, Gail, with the burden of daily hospital runs, and the burden of supporting herRead…

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    Pray: Literature consignment still delayed

    Sad to say, our consignment of Gospel Literature for Malawi is still delayed in Mauritius. In total, there are around 1.75 million items in transit, including (now overdue) Gospel Calendars and Tracts. The consignment also includes several thousand prison hygiene packs. According to the revised shipping schedule, the container is due to be moved earlyRead…

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    Pray – Container of Literature Delayed in Transit

    Please pray for our latest shipment of Gospel Tracts and Calendars has been delayed in transit. Although the shipping agent told us on 16 Jan that it was due to arrive in a couple of days, it now turns out that the container has been stuck in Reunion / Mauritius since 28 Dec, with noRead…

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    Pray: Literature consignment

    Please pray for the safe and speedy arrival of a large consignment of much-needed Gospel Literature for Malawi. In total, there are around 1.75 million items in transit, including Gospel Calendars and Tracts. The consignment also includes several thousand prison hygiene packs.

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    Pray: Children’s Christmas Programs

    The team would appreciate your prayers for the various children’s programs that will take place over the Christmas period. Hundreds of children will be fed and have opportunity to hear the Gospel at the events at Dzaleka Refugee Camp, the street kids’ feeding centre in Lilongwe, and at the SALT campus at Saidi. These areRead…

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    Pray: Harold and family moving back home after robbery

    Harold would appreciate prayer as they plan to return back to their own home this week for the first time since the and robbery. They have been staying at Anna’s home for the past couple of months while repairs and security improvements were carried out, but now really need to return so the boys canRead…

Latest Praise Points

  • Give Thanks – Police arrested the occupants of the suspect vehicle

    Anna writes: Praise report! The police arrested the drivers of the truck [which had entered her property a couple of weeks back] today and brought them to Thondwe so we could meet with them. And…it turns out their story [they claimed to be investigating poor cell network coverage in the area] is actually true! SoRead…

  • Give Thanks for safe trip

    Anna writes: We are thankful for a safe trip to and from Lilongwe, in which we were able to distribute and shift some literature.

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    Anna writes: It has been a joy to be with Harold and his family and the other family. They are now able to sleep through the night and their appetites have returned. Please pray for continued healing. Note: Harold & his family (together with the other family who had been sheltering with them since theyRead…

  • Give Thanks: 5 Years of SALT

    On 21 September it was exactly 5 years since SALT was formed. We look back with profound gratitude to the Lord for all that He has done in the interim, and how the work continues to flourish in spite of many challenges. We particularly give thanks for the Children’s work and Literature Outreach, each ofRead…

  • Give Thanks: The Lord’s help during first week of MGO 2023

    We praise the Lord for His faithfulness and help during the first week of MGO 2023. Although much smaller than most previous years, the team still managed to distribute several thousands of Seed Sower texts, and many people listened to the Gospel preached in the open air meetings. As in former years, the prison visitRead…

  • Give Thanks: Safe arrival of MGO team

    We thank the Lord that the last of our small team arrived safely in Malawi from USA this afternoon. We are grateful for the sacrifice each one has made to be here. We plan a slow start on Monday morning, with the main program getting underway with a Gospel meeting at Saidi on Monday afternoon.