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