Showing posts from 2015

Merry Christmas

A christmas wedding at GG of Malawi
Peter and Mercy

Isaiah 9:6 - For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given...
Merry Christmas from our family to yours!

A few pictures of the past few weeks

Ladies tea/fellowship at Lisa's house

Happy Noahvember (The official month for Noahs everywhere),

Thank you to everyone for your prayers. We are coming to the close of our extended period here in the US. We really would have wanted to do a little bit more traveling to our sister churches in the area, but it may have been wishful thinking with a newborn in tow. There is always next year God willing. 
We are so thankful to God for our new addition to the family. Noah is a healthy, hungry 6 week old with bright eyes and continual grunts and chuckles. He has 3 Moms: my wife and 2 daughters who constantly want to hold him. It is so cute to see our 7 year old hold our newborn, a little person holding an even littler person. Its been 7 years since we have had a new born, but all the long nights, constant diapers, dirty clothes, and blown out eardrums (from crying) seem like nothing with a precious little life in your arms. When that little guy is looking up at you with his bright, twinkling eyes; wow, we are fearfully and wonderfully made. What blossoming potential one can find in a littl…

Meet our little boy Noah Christopher

Born October 1, 2015 - 8lb 13oz, 19.5 in

First day of school #GGCA


Summer (winter in Malawi) 2015

After a long break from blogging I figured it was about time to be back and share some news... As I'm nearing 35 weeks in my pregnancy, Chris is back in Malawi for a few more weeks. A lot is happening there with the church. Bible College is starting again with over 120 students. A second church in another part of Lilongwe (Lakuni Area) is about to open; Pr Albert started this Bible Study a few months ago and God is really opening doors!
Chris is there with some of our team members, not all are back yet. His parents are there along with faithful Pastor Albert.

Great News from the Arman Household:)


1st graduation in Malawi

Hello to all,

Just some brief news: I know it has been a bit of a delay. We have had a lot going on so it was hard where to begin. One of the biggest events in our year is the Conference in our Western neighbor Zambia. It is special to us, we lived there for 6 years, and the church there was instrumental in planting the one here. This year God was so faithful to allow us to bring more members than ever to the conference. Almost 30 of us attended and many were there for the first time. Of course, we can say that this past conference was the best; it always gets better, we are always growing. But we could see it in the fellowship, everyone had a great expectation and God commanded a blessing Psalm 133. It was amazing to see that after 11 years in Zambia, God had done so much. Teams from Congo, Zimbabwe, Northern Zambia, Mozambique, and South Africa were in attendance. It was so edifying with a theme of “Mercy Forever”. Of the group that we brought,  5 of them had earned a 2 year certifi…

Zamcon 2015 - Mercy Forever Ps.136