Merry Christmas, well it might be a little early but not for the subject at hand. I am enclosing a letter from Rackson as many of you have asked me what he is doing now that he is back in Malawi. The letter will bring you up to date. I will edit it a little because of the spelling, I understand because I spell the same way many times. I am asking your help in making this a good Christmas for Rackson and his family. As you know he was in the states this time last year and he spent Christmas with Sheila and I. We did our very best to make it one he would remember and with all your help we sure did. There are many things that he could use this year. Talking with him I know he wants to have a Christmas celebration at Bible Way Baptist Church in Njuli, I know the congregation will raise as much as they can, two years ago they raised 54 dollars that is like a small church here raising a thousand. They will need about 300 dollars so they can invite other churches to come and enjoy some food and drink and have a two day worship service. He would also like to go into the villages and preach the gospel ahead of the Muslims and hand out some rice and corn and whatever fruit and vegetables he can get in the spirit of Christmas. The Muslims devote 5% of their earnings to buy gifts to give in order to preach “The Prophet Mohammed”, this will cost much gas money and gas is over 10 bucks a gal. A lot of you help in his support and God will bless you but at this time of year many look to help others who are less fortunate and I can think of no better person to help this time of year and as long as needed in the future. Those of you who met and know him know that any support he gets goes to the work of the Lord. He is helping build the future of his country on the foundation of Christ. I ask, if you can please help me help him this year. You may send your support to Bible Way Baptist Church, P.O. Box 812, Milton, Fl 32672-0812. In a situation like this no amount is too small. How can it be when the Lord is in the work. Thank you and God bless you. Your friend and fellow laborer. Chuck

Your Pal in Pace

W. Charles Miller

News from Rackson

Dear pastor and the church

I hope God is very good to you and your church,

I take this opportunity to update you about (the) work here in Malawi,

God has been faithful to me and my family, and Grace she is back to school now and she able to win some girls to Jesus, I have a time to go for soul winning and pass out the gospel tracks and to say (tell) the truth is that, people here in Malawi are willing to hear the word of God not only to tell them about Jesus but to have time to train them how they can grow in spiritually, and to tell them how they can found (find) a Bible believer(believing) Baptist Church, I thank God that now with God’s Help the Good Samaritan Baptist Ministry we have that program to go to the villages to teach them there, this is not easy it takes much money for fuel, food, and etc, we need your Lots of prayers,

I have been doing soul winning in the different Villages this month I (was) able to Win 85 people to Jesus. Some of the villages is too hard to drive so I have to work (walk) to get there But I thank God for been Good to me some of the people they can’t able to work(walk) to gave the gospel because they have no legs but God Bless me much, I will save (serve) him with my all heart

I have been traveling with Brother Fullford our missionary to different Baptist churches here In Malawi to teach and preach the word of God.

Last week I was in Bwaila Bible Baptist Church I preached there, and on Wednesday I have two hours of soul winning in Bangwe where our Church Located I have good time there to see 9 people surrender there life to Christ is it Good to see the Church growing,

This week I was at Bible Way Baptist Church the church is growing good God is doing much to this church, now we have 340 members,

I thank you very much for your support and your prayers. The support you sent to me it helps me, my family and my ministry. Thank you very much,


I need your many prayers, please pray for me and my family

May God Bless you

Rackson, Grace, Rackson Jr, and Heath

News from Rackson

Friends and supporters of the Malawi work, here is the latest and greatest from the dark continent, I received an e-mail from Rackson and thought I would pass it along to you. There are several items of note that I wish to comment on. First off yes, this is a letter of request from me, I ask for your prayers and support of this work. If you can help in any way it will be a blessing. This report is typical of the success achieved in winning souls to the Lord when someone undertakes the arduous task of going out to the villages to preach the simple Gospel of Christ. This last trip was taken because a faithful supporter heard of the need for transport (gas) and sent some money for that need. The last time I was there in Malawi at the very end of last year it was over $10.00 a gal. as you can see it takes a lot on money to go to the villages and this kind of money is just not in the budget of any Malawian let alone an Evangelist. About the time you think things are going well the wind whips up and blows down someone’s house. The Muslims take advantage of the situation by offering food so the people will listen to their message, we cannot match them dollar for dollar on food let alone putting of buildings. We have a fine church in Njuli but we need a lot more churches in a lot more villages. The work Rackson is doing is made more difficult now as it is winter in that part of the world and the rains make traveling just that much more difficult, you would not believe the roads once you leave the cities or large towns I know as I visited many of the churches while there last year during the rainy season, it was horrendous at best. Anyway God bless you and please pray for Rackson as he continues the work we all should be doing. If you wish to help please let me know by e-mail and I will get right back to you with directions. Don’t you just love the way Rackson starts his letter. God always does his part if only we would do ours. Your Pal in Pace Chuck

Dear praying friends
I thank god that you’re doing ok here in Malawi God is still do his part
Last week I went to Chitera village for soul winning it was very good 86 people got saved is 20 miles to Baptist church as you know this village is a rounded by the Muslims they don’t know the truth and also this village they don’t have food so here the village where there is no food its where the Muslims take the advantage to help them and take them to their God, so I try to go there and I need to start a new Baptist church, as I am saying this now, many people from this village there dying and go to hell without Jesus I need your prayers I need to go back to this village again this coming week if God provided the transport please keep me in prayers,
I it is hard week this week because of the heavy wind blowing and many house fell down the bad news is the secretary of the Bible way at Njuli Malawi his also a care giver at the orphanage his house it is also fall down and now hi have no place to stay,
I was there to help and everything is going to be ok for him with God’s help.
Please pray for me and my family much work to do here in Malawi Thanks God Bless you
Rackson Kaiwe

Rackson to USA

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Dear pastor and the church

First I greet you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ I and my family God is still Bless us and he is doing his part many souls gat saved,

I went for soul winning at mbulumbuzi village and I thank God that 72 people got saved the problem is in that area they a rounded with the Muslims is almost 15 miles to Baptist church so we need to go back again with Jesus film and as soon as I have money I will be there with the Gospel and I hope we can rich more than 800 people we need to prayer for this village,

I need also to thank you very much for your support it helps me to do much God bless you, Please pray for us we have much work to do here,

I need to thank you for the Bibles the people they do that God Bless you very much for your Help I able to buy 65 Bibles with your help and I gave it to the people only God will Bless you will see someone in haven because of your help.

News from Malawi and Rackson!

Hie mom Thanks for your call it is good to hear your voice I was busy this morning try to found where we can buy maize I and Thandie we need to buy maize for childrens' home,

And in July I want to start soul winning and showing Jesus Film we need your prayers and your help we are going to start to go at the north so there we need $500 for Gas in our car and generator and food as well after there I and my group we will be around going in the villages for soul winning we need your prayers, Jesus film and soul winning it cost us $200 to the villages.

I bought the Bibles for the church i have 20 bibles so out of 227 is 20 people they going to have a bible. I will send you the picture for the bibles soon.

I do make sure that Harry and Eric they have everything what they need for the computer Lab I will do sending an email to you very soon

SEE the pictures for Mrs. Goodman trying to fixing the junior church at the Bible way Baptist Church

Your son


More pictures from Rackson!

Mrs. Goodman teaching Jr. Church

Lsungu and family coming out of church

More news from Rackson!

Maria (8 years old) funeral

Grace helping prepare food for funeral

Pastors Bible Conference at Mapanga

News from Rackson

Rackson is feeling better after receiving the shot for Malaria. Rackson and Heath have been fighting the effects of Malaria for a week now.
Tomorrow starts the Jr. Bible College and there are 25 girls and 17 boys. They are preparing to be Pastors and Pastor's wives. See more activity posted on victory world outreach Blog

Rainy season brings more Malaria

I received a phone call from Rackson this morning and thought I would pass it along. He called to tell me a little 8 year old girl from the village who attends Bible Way Baptist, her name is Maria died last night from Malaria, it is the rainy season in Malawi and this will happen over and over again. Her Mother is the lead singer in Bible Ways woman’s singing group and her father works as a cook at the Mapanga orphanage. Rackson got the call last night as he was having dinner with John Fullford the missionary who is handling the work there in country. He gave Rackson all the money needed for the coffin and the transportation and food for the funeral, John at best is poorly supported and I know this money came out of his personal account, what a blessing he is to the work. I pray often that God will bless him and his family. You can read about John in the Malawi newsletter that I send out every few months. What a work he is doing. Pray for me and pray for Bible Way Baptist Church in Malawi.

News from Malawi and Rackson!

I received this e-mail from Rackson over the week-end and I wanted to keep everyone updated on the happenings in Malawi and how Rackson is doing now that he is back. I edited it a little so as to be better understood. One thing it doesn’t say but he told me when I called is that HE paid for the casket out of his pocket and the church and family paid for the food. That is the custom there that the family of the one who died pays for the food for all who attend. In Malawi a funeral is a big social event both for the family and the village. The child who was 5 years old died of Malaria, it killed her in two days, village children have no resistance to disease due to poor diets. Anyway Rackson has little support and yet he is willing to pay for a casket because Margret’s mother and father are members of Bible Way Church in Malawi. I would hope this touches your heart and you would like to help in the work. No amount is to small when the Lord is in the work. God bless and keep you.

Hie (Hi)Dad
Things is going good here but Last week Friday we GATT(had a) funnel(funeral) at Bible Way. a little Girl called Margret she died on Thursday and we have a funnel(funeral) service on Friday and many people come, and more than 600 got saved in that day,
and we have bean (been) praying for the land next to good Samaritan, and John tell me that God is answer our prayers to buy land next to us This is very good.
Things is very hard for soul winning now because we have more problem with Mazda so sometimes we can walk if Mazda is not (running) good,
But God is Good To me and My family and my Ministry,
I miss you Dad, Grace she is very Happy with the staff (stuff) i brought to her.

Your Son

I just got off the phone with Rackson, not a bad connection at this time of day. Malawi is seven hours ahead of us (CTZ) so he was winding up his day at the Children's home. He called me just as he was entering the village where Bible Way Baptist Church is located. He is working with the local pastor visiting members of the church and inviting others to visit next Sunday. Bible Way is a very important part of the village life as it is a place where many may meet and have a safe and comfortable place to worship and learn more about Gods plan for the saved and what one needs to do in order to get saved. This is Racksons' strong suit and what he loves to do. Many have asked about Rackson so I am sending this update and including a few of the pictures he sent back. The first thing we got for him was a camera and boy did he ever use it. It was on his belt always. He got to use it while attending an American Marriage, funeral, church services (local and around the southern states), Naval Air Museum, Creation Museum, at the beach, on a boat fishing, Blue Angel Air Show, when he first saw ice, snow, the ocean, at an underground waterfall (Ruby Falls), Rock City, The Tennessee Aquarium, Malls (the size of a small Malawi city) and pictures of everyday life we enjoy here without giving it a thought. Most of what we did will be updated soon so please come back. He received many wonderful things from churches we visited and all got back to Malawi packed in suitcases without a loss of a single item, boy is God good to his children! That is not a question but a statement. He is doing the work of an Evangelist and he is doing it all the time. My only regret is that we could not raise more for his support. I lost count of the number of souls saved while he and I were working together in Malawi but it was in the thousands and I was slowing him down because of age and legs. He will continue to work as long as he has petrol money and can get to the villages, if no money, then he will walk as far as he can in a day and preach Gods word, that is just the kind of young man he is. He has been a blessing in my life and I know he has been one in the churches he visited while here in America. I am sending a few pictures he sent me. I hope you enjoy them and think on the work that is taking place in Malawi and want to take part in that work. Rackson has few needs outside the normal food, clothing and care of his family which consists of his wife Grace and their two children and his two brothers, who he is trying to make sure get an education along with food and shelter.