Malawi Amoto Editorial

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Malawi Amoto Editorial

How do you change people’s attitude towards children’s ministry? In Boniface Milanzi’s case you draw on childhood experiences (not good) and work of predecessors (excellent) to define a new vision.

Blantyre has a large Indian population and Viji Watson is leading SIM Malawi’s work to reach out to them, often starting with actions rather than words.

PBS 2017 is in preparation and this year will concentrate on youth ministry. Smaller than previous years but no less exciting, as Pete Ong explains.

There is a new man at the helm of EBCoM. Pastor Robert Masikamu comes to the job with no EBCoM experience at all. His fresh eyes see advantages but also challenges in his role.

In this issue

Changes in children’s ministry 

Indian outreach ministry 

PBS 2017  

Fresh eyes at EBCoM  

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Previous issues of Malawi Amoto are available at: http://www.simmalawi.org/images-of-sim-malawi/malawi-amoto-emagazine


Volume 3 - Issue 5
Webpage icon Full PDF
Webpage icon Changing attitudes towards Children’s Ministry
Webpage icon PBS 2017: youth takes centre stage
Webpage icon A fresh pair of eyes: looking at advantages and challenges