Growing out of our radio ministry to Southern Africa we have developed relationships with evangelists in Malawi, Kenya and Uganda.
Dan & Suzy Dugmore
Speak Life (Hour of Revival) administer Dan and Suzy’s missionary support. Working with YWAM in their Blantyre community they lead missions; maintain a prayer base; teach & support local Pastors and work alongside visiting teams. Charles Wilson from Maoni Orphanage has been working with them.
We have partnered for many years with Thomson, a pastor and evangelist in Mzuzu, Malawi. As well as overseeing a number of churches in the district, Thomson runs a youth outreach, leads a prison ministry, provides training programmes for local people in tailoring, knitting and computer skills.
Abundant Life Radio Programme
Abundant Life is a 15 minute programme that explains straightforward truths about the Christian faith in simple terms.
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Lee was born in the UK and grew up in the west of England. He came to know Christ as his Saviour and Lord whilst studying Economics at university, having been invited by a friend to hear the gospel at a dinner party. After working in sales, IT, training and business consultancy, he trained for Christian ministry with the Cornhill Training Course in London before further studies at Oak Hill College. Lee has served in inner city, suburban and rural churches in the UK, as well as founding a bible college in West Africa. He is the husband of Fai and father of Titus.
‘Reach Malawi’ is Lee’s focus as a church leader. We support his vision in establishing Blantyre Community Church (BCC) as a ministry training and church planting hub for evangelists and pastors throughout Malawi.
Pastor Evans Sira-Sira (picture left) is a senior minister in Siaya Kenya with the Africa Inland Church. For 23 years he has been an Evangelistic preacher in churches and schools in Swahili and English. His wife Mary travels with him and they speak at Youth Conferences and Camps. As well as leading Bible Study groups, Evans speaks at the Governor’s office and preaches at the Cathedral. He has planted 3 churches in rural Siaya District and Busia District. In January Pastor Evans wrote, “Last year was a hard year for us as a family but we thanks the Lord because he is faithful to us. Mary was hospitalised five times and the family thought Evans would go to be with the Lord. However, the Lord was gracious and healed us BOTH. We thank the Lord for Revival always for keeping us in prayer and we pray you stand with us in 2015.”
Andy and Susie Harker work with iServe Africa. iServe Africa is an indigenous Kenyan evangelical Christian organization which runs church-based ministry apprenticeships for fresh graduates. They are passionate about God’s mission; namely the proclamation of Christ crucified. They aim to raise up servant-hearted workers for this mission harvest field.
They train apprentices in faithful Bible handling, servant leadership, mission and ministry and this training is largely done simply by spending a lot of time in the Word, going through Bible books together (particularly helped and inspired in developing their training by various materials from Speak Life). Above all they seek to ensure apprentices come to appreciate more fully the gospel of Christ crucified and to set them on a course to be servant leaders and missionaries wherever God leads them after iServe. iServe partners with local churches; as placements for the apprentices, as mentors and trainers and as those we seek to resource through literature and trainings in preaching Christ from all the Scriptures.
Amos & Perry Mukasa
Amos & Perry Mukasa (pictured left) are partners with Proclaim Africa . Based in Kampala, they serve the south western region. They organise open air rallies; church services, professional meetings; evangelistic Bible studies; womens groups; prayer retreats; missions, etc. Amos writes, “Praise God for new churches which have opened up in Fortportal, Kasese and North Ankole where we were invited to preach and also teach at Family Life conferences.” “We consider the ministry of Prayer to be key in every strategy of our work. Every Tuesday 15-18 volunteers and staff from Proclaim Africa meet to pray. We fast one day every week, and on Wednesdays attend healing services. Some Thursdays we facilitate prayer retreats at All Saints Mbarara.” “Our Colossian Challenge is a Bible Study programme and students completing it receive a Certificate. “.