Malawi – Africa

Welcome to Teen Missions Base in Malawi — Africa

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Upcoming Missions Trips to Malawi (Follow links below…)
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Malawi Well — Teen Mission Trip 2017

Malawi Playground—Preteen Mission Trip 2017

History & Ministries of Teen Missions Malawi Base

Teen Missions in Malawi is located on 160 acres on the beautiful shores of Lake Malawi. Monkeys are a common sight and hippos are sometimes visible on the lake. The first Boot Camp was run in Malawi in 1988. The base, which was purchased in 1995, is home to three annual Boot Camps and a Bible, Missionary & Work (BMW) Training Center (which was founded in 1998). The base also hosts retreats to bring in extra income for its ministries. One of the most important ministries in Malawi is the ministry to the AIDS orphans. There are seven AIDS Orphans Rescue Units in Malawi and two Matrons Units that provide a safe place to stay for young girls who are attending school. The TMI staff also run a Motorcycle Sunday School Mission Circuit, teaching Sunday schools at several Rescue Units and villages in the Dedza Region of the country.

The Land & People of Malawi — The Warm Heart of Africa

[dropcap]Malawi[/dropcap], a small land-locked country in southern Africa, is known as the “warm heart of Africa.” The people are very open and friendly, clearly living up to their motto. The landscape of Malawi is mountainous in parts and the beautiful Lake Malawi stretches along almost the entire length of the nation. Of the 13 million citizens, 900,000 are living with HIV/AIDS and life expectancy is only 43 years. There are up to 400,000 AIDS orphans. Around 80% of the population survives on less than $1 a day. The major source of income for Malawi is agriculture, especially tobacco. Though Christianity is widespread in Malawi, there are many who practice witchcraft or other tribal beliefs. There is also a large population of Muslims.

Latest News

Josiah & Bethany Frey

Meet base coordinators Josiah & Bethany Frey

  • Overseas base update Malawi (Fall 2016) November 11, 2016 dsc04405SONRISE PALMS MATRON'S UNIT in MALAWI We are doing a Bible study with the girls because some of them still do not know how to share with others about Christ. So we are encouraging them to love God, and walk with Him in every area of their lives. We are also doing the Bible study because some of the girls do not yet know Jesus as their personal Savior. We are hoping that through the study their hearts will be stirred, ...
  • Amazing Ministry in Malawi January 19, 2014 Wadman circuitHere at Teen Missions in Malawi we did organize a sports ministry over the Christmas and New Year celebrations realizing that people here love to play different games. On Christmas day we went to Chikomwe school where our BMW students go to teach Sunday school classes every weekend. At this Sunday school we do have an average attendance of 50 people every Saturday. They learn Bible classes and literacy lessons. But December 25 was a very special day because our program was different from usual. We shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ ...
  • Malawi’s Messages December 28, 2013 IMG_3462 STORIES FROM MALAWI AIDS ORPHAN RESCUE UNITS   BY:GANIZANI EDWARD FROM WELLMAN FAMILY ORPHAN RESCUE UNIT At our unit we have a girl named Funny Saidi. She is 13 years old. One day I asked her how the borehole at the unit has been helping her. This is what she said - before the borehole came she was struggling to find good water for drinking and she was walking a long distance almost 3 km from her home. The water was not really ...
  • Message from Malawi November 12, 2013 Chiyao BMW Class 2013-2014 2On Friday I (Seth) went to Wellman Family, Wadman Circuit and SIMS girls Ambassadors Motorcycle Sunday School Missions here in Malawi. I was blessed and encouraged by the work that they are all doing there. I hope I brought encouragement along with me to them. I also brought them medicine, clothes, Sunday school lessons and materials and prizes! When I got to Wellman Family and gave them a canteen of calomseptine the facilitators started applying it right away to some kids who were ...
  • Malawi Bible Schools are making remarkable progress November 13, 2011 Janet teaching 2 ladiesJanet and Elicy reported a very big attendance of women who came for Bible study on Friday last week at Chikwatu village. They were almost 30 who attended Bible study. The week before last week there were only 5 who came to attend the Bible study and most of them came from the same family. The funny part is that most of these people when they came, they stood far away thinking that they were restricted from joining the ...
  • New Births in Chiyao Malawi March 7, 2011 Malawi animalsI just want to share the great passion that I have observed from our two male students as they reach out in the community with the gospel of Jesus Christ. They have great zeal in sharing the love of Jesus Christ with other people. Whenever they have little free time they will either use it for studies or reaching out to people in the society where we are located. They have established a great friendship with the community in this ...
  • Making a difference in Malawi February 28, 2011 Malawi welcomes team So far what we have being doing in ministry is that, our students they have been doing door-to-door ministry every Saturday, going around the villages, which they are around us telling people the word of God. The villages that are around us are: Pagona, Machemba, Chedimu, Chipeleka and we are in Chikwatu. Our ministry has being facing a lot of challenges because all of these villages that have being mentioned has the largest population of Muslim. The tribe of ...
  • Ministry Moments in Malawi May 21, 2010 IMG_3358-300x225"The Sonrise Palms Matron's unit is a good example. It is located among the Muslims and they need to be reached with the Gospel so we are glad to be here to reach them."
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