Masulani was born in the Lilongwe District of Malawi, Africa in 1969. He was born disabled and only has use of his right arm. Due to his disability and the passing of his mother, in grade six, he was unable to continue school. Masulani and his three siblings had to provide for themselves at a very young age, going though many hardships along the way. Later, he married his wife, a mother of two. They went on to have three more children together, sadly two passing as infants. Soon after the birth of their youngest daughter, Masulani started having serious health complications because of his disability. Unable to work, he has struggled to provide for his family.
During an Operation Save mission trip in July of 2022, our team from First Baptist of Locust was introduced to Masulani. When the missionaries heard his testimony, they knew they wanted to help. Upon their return home, they immediately started fundraising and were able to raise $14,000 to build a new home. Operation Save started construction immediately and recently completed the final details. In addition to a new house, there were enough funds to drill a borehole providing clean water to his entire village.
Masulani is at the construction site daily sharing his testimony of what the Lord is doing for him. Through his hardships he put his trust in God and is a great example to his neighbors. We are so blessed to be apart of the Masulani Project and will continue to plant seeds to the individuals in this village.ak`1
We had our June mission trip. We had a group of five from First Baptist Church of Locust located in North Carolina. They had a wonderful greeting at the airport from our Malawian staff full of dancing and singing. The group arrived on Friday and on Saturday they were out at villages getting to work.
The missionaries visited the hospitals and distributed bibles, care packs, dolls, as well as, prayed with the sick. At the hospital visitation 63 people accepted Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. PRAISE GOD! They did hut to hut ministry in different villages in the area while distributing things like bibles, plates, cups, and salvation bracelets to the children. The group helped with our medical and eye clinics giving much needed medical items and glasses to those in need. They washed children's feet, as Jesus did for his disciples, and gave them new shoes.
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Our full time missionaries arrived! Devin, Mackenzie and their three children are from Pennsylvania and will be in Malawi until the end of July. They have been to Malawi multiple time and fell in love with the ministry and the people. They decided to take a leap of faith and go to Malawi for three months as a vision trip and Lord willing a trip that will launch them into the field full time.
They have been traveling to different zones that Operation SAVE works in. Devin has been preaching the Gospel, Mackenzie has been speaking at the women's bible studies and Judah (their eldest son) teaching children about the salvation bracelets. Along with spreading the Gospel the family has been distributing plates, cups and Bibles, Washing the children's feet to give them new shoes, rejoicing with the villagers as they receive fresh water for the first time.
They have experienced so much in such a short period of time. Please pray for this family and the remainder of this trip.
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Our Ministry started by spreading the word of God and providing safe water to the people of Malawi, Africa. We have drilled and repaired countless wells. The water crisis in Malawi affects over 11.7 million people (2 out of 3 Malawians), with 1.7 million lacking access to safe water and 10 million without adequate sanitation. This causes tragic death from waterborne illness to over 3,000 children under 5 per year.
One of our Malawian pastors, Jackson and our Malawian office manager, Rashid traveled to the port of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to pick up a second drill rig. They left on Sunday, March 20th and arrived back to our compound March 28th. They ran into a few bumps on their trip, but the Lord watched over them and brought them home safe with the new drill rig. Having a second drill rig will give us the resources to provide tens of thousands of Malawians safe water and hear the GOOD word of Jesus Christ.
Our new drill rig broke ground, on the first of many wells, on March 30th, 2022. A drill rig cost approximately $135,000 US dollars so to the organizations and individuals who support our ministry, WE THANK YOU!
The progress on the missionary house. They have only been working on it for 8 days. AMAZING! We have also had engineers have been working on the well repair truck that broke down.
We were around the fence premises where the missionary house is going to be built and the builders started digging the foundation around house marks.
The ministry and drilling team were at Dzama village Traditional authority Chitukula in Lilongwe district doing some work. One well was drilled and the ministry team was distributing plates and cups to eldery people who live around Dzama village. Pastor Jeremiah was with the children under CEF at Dzama ground.
The Ministry team were on tour where we travelled to Gwawa village in Lilongwe, Malawi and we gathered at Gwawa Endless Life Pentocostal Church Distributing bibles to church members, plastic sheets to elders, shoes to children. A total of 32 Bibles and 50 pairs of shoes were distributed. In addition to that, Pastor Josh preached the word of God and almost 40 people accepted Jesus Christ as their savior.
The Ministry and Repair Teams were at Mponela in Dowa district preaching the word of God and repairing wells. Six wells were repaired in six different villages, helping a total of 6,221 villagers obtain clean water. While our repair team worked on the wells Bishop Jackson and Pastor Jeremiah (ministry managers) were busy preaching the word of God through bracelets and bible tracts. Seven people accepted Jesus Christ through our bracelet method.
We were at Masumbankhunda repairing wells and preaching the word of God. Bishop Jackson preached the word of God in 10 villages through door to door evangelism and out of 40 families, 13 people accepted Jesus christ to be their savior. In the 10 villages around Masumbankhunda, 4,018 people are able to drink safe water from boreholes that has been repaired by Operation SAVE.