ShareHope Foundation - Malawi Partnership

Malawi-Partnership-Group

Partnership Statement

A unique partnership with Pastor Duncan and his churches in Kambona and Msema which are located in Malawi, East Africa. A partnership of mutual encour­agement, where each is blessed by the other. We seek to work in and through the gifts, abilities, and vision of the people within these churches, to bring about life-sustaining, eternity-driven, lasting change, that will not only lead to the realization of self-sustainability for the members of these churches, but also for the villages in which they live. We seek to make Jesus Christ known to the villages surrounding these churches and will work with Pastor Duncan and the Kambona and Msema churches, to equip and advance the Gospel to reach those who don't yet know Christ.

Meet the Malawi Team

Duncan and Mercy 2

Pastor Duncan

Rabson and Patricia

Rabson & Patricia

Share the Hope Foundation Office

Sharehope Foundation Team

Malawi News & Field Dispatches

Malawi Partnership Update

By Bill Marsaw | July 27, 2020

Creating Income – A New Reality for the Kambona and Msema Churches in Malawi “I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten…” These are God’s words spoken to Israel through the prophet Joel, telling them that He will restore what the locusts had taken away from them. Our God truly is…

Our Final Day

By Bill Marsaw | August 24, 2019

“How many are your works, Lord! In wisdom you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures.” Psalm 104:24 After a week of preaching, worship, teaching, training, visiting goat, pig and bucket drip kit beneficiaries, installing a test plot irrigation system and fellowship, we were blessed as Duncan took us today  Liwonde National…

A Day of Work and Fellowship

By Bill Marsaw | August 23, 2019

As we drove on the roads today, we could see the people of Malawi preparing for the rainy season that will be upon them beginning December/January. Some were clearing their fields by burning them. Some were turning over the soil in their plots. Others were making mud bricks, in order to build a house or…