Mozambique Report

Fellow workers in the vineyards, I am sending the latest Mozambique report from Rackson. This is the first training from Njuli. Rackson sent two men from the church and they spent two days teaching these people the Word of God. He did a survey trip about two weeks ago and it was decided that this work must be done.

He sent me a follow up e-mail with a request that he wanted to include in the report but forgot so I send it along as an addendum. It seems it was not only a long hard hot trip but the men had to sleep on the ground in a hut. I have sat on the ground in Malawi and I am telling you that I would not like to sleep on it. Everything that crawls also bites. Ugh!       

It is a real need and I need your help. There is enough money for about 6 trips to teach but this is an expense that was not planned for in the overall budget. Printing will also be a real burden. It is easy to lead a man to the Lord in Malawi but very difficult to disciple without printed material to leave with them. Again I need your help. No amount is too small when the Lord is in the work.
 Bro. Chuck 
Dear Dad, I forgot to write on the prayer letter that we are in need of camping tents, so that we can have a place to sleep when we go to Mozambique to teach, please Dad do as much as you can for this. Tents cost very much but I can buy one that will hold 6 Malawi men for $200.00 American.
Love you and God bless   
Rackson Kaiwe
Bible Way Baptist Ministries
Phil 4:19

Rackson's Report

June 1, 2015
Dear Supporters and Praying Friends,
Greetings from Malawi Africa, I write this letter to inform you about our trip to Phalombe and Mozambique. God has been very good to us and to the ministry in this regard. Many blessing have been received and His name has been held high.
The men that were send to Mozambique have returned and they have just report to me, it was a tough trip, after they got off the transport (mini bus) they have to travel by bicycles for more than two hours, a very long, hot and tiring ride on roads are so bad, but thank God that we able to take the Gospel to that area, many people do not like to go in such places. Very few missionaries ever go there.

47 people were present on the first day, it went up with 5 on the second day to make 52 attendees for classes, PRAISE the Lord, and people are willing to hear more about God.
We started class at 9:00 a.m. at 10:15 we had class break and started again at 10:30. At 12:00 they had a Lunch with class starting again at 1:30 p.m. once again we broke for 15 minutes and then resumed class till 4:00 p.m. at which time we stopped and had an evening meal and devotional. This was repeated the second day at 4:00 p.m. class was dismissed and the instructor started on their way home.

We have 28 people ready for baptism, they will be finishing a baptism lesson in the next trip, and then I will be going down for baptism service, please pray for us.

I have done some editing of the lesson that were sent from America and they are ready for printing. They are good for the new Christians, I don’t know yet how much it will cost for all of the lessons to put it together, but God have been faithful to us and He will be.

Lastly thank you all for you prayers and support, for Njuli, Mbulumbuzi and Mozambique.
More importantly your prayers for BWBM, God bless you all.

Rackson Kaiwe