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The happiest of New Years to you

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1st GG candle light service in Malawi

Christmas Dinner at our house

                                                   Christmas food fellowship with the church after sunday service




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Recap from 2014




The following is an example of all that God did in this year. Pr. Scibelli once preached that God’s Past Faithfulness gives Present Faith and produces Future Hope in Revelation 1:8.
January-March: - Visit From Pr. Enock(Zambia), Anthony (South Africa), and Matt Roberge (US) - Our 2nd Year of Bible College Begins - Missions trip to Kasungu( a Northern city in Malawi)

April-July: - Pr. Scibelli visits with Shane Sterner and Colton Herb from Carlisle, PA. - A group from Malawi attends our regional Zambian Conference - We attend our International Conference and have a booth to benefit new Malawi team members - We visit other branch churches in the United States…

CHRISTmas, exactly.

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Merry Christmas to you from the Arman Family. Thank you for your prayers, love, and support this past year. How amazing. We are coming up on our 2 year anniversary being in Malawi. Its hard to believe that we already have some students graduating with a 2 year certificate. It still seems like we have only been here a few months.    Last month we had our first Baptism. We had 12 people baptized with another 20 witnessing the event. It was so much fun to be together and enjoy watching people make decisions to follow God. We sang songs and had a message and enjoyed each other’s fellowship. It was one of those events in which you say, “This is what we came here for…” to see this type of change in a person’s life. Our Big event of the year is our Christmas Banquet, which is a staple event for Southern African Missions. We did it in Zambia and we also do it in Malawi. We plan to have a big meal following the service on Sunday. We are praying that we will have a record of new visitors that wou…