TIAO blanket squares project for Malawi children. Vacuum packing for transit.
Some of the knitters and crocheters with our
first effort of 523 squares.
Praying blessings over the squares, children and widows who will create the blankets.
Halfway House, Prison Fellowship Malawi first graduating class of ex-inmates.
Some carpentry students present their projects. Each receive a start up kit to begin a small business.
Tailoring graduates receive a treddle sewing machine, thread and some fabric to make a new start.
A proud HWH Metal Fabrication graduate. All ex-inmates receive guidance regarding reconciliation, community re-integration and life skills as well as vocational training.
Rodrick Zalimba completed 5 days of program training in Washington DC last week before flying to MN to meet with other mission team members. For more information about the work of PFM (Prison Fellowship Malawi), please check out the following:
1. Facebook page: Hands and Hearts for Africa@HAHFA2016.
2. Website: Handsandheartsforafrica.ca
3. Maggie Torrance or Frannie Gray through the church office. June 27, morning, Rodrick begins his long journey back to Malawi arriving June 28 mid afternoon. Please pray travelling mercies for him, good connections, rest, & safety.
Save the Date: Sat. June 10 10AM – Noon, Pritchard Room
Meet and Greet: Rodrick Zalimba
Executive Director of Prison Fellowship Malawi
On his way to Washington DC for PF International training, PFI is routing Rodrick through Burlington!
They have offered to do this so that our congregation and outside supporters of WS and HAHFA’s work in Malawi Africa will have an opportunity to meet this incredibly faithful, humble and effective man of God.
For 10 years Rodrick and his small but mighty team work within and without the prison system in Malawi under very difficult circumstances.
They care for: Offenders, Victims, Uniformed personnel, Families and children of prisoners and Vulnerable youth. Come and hear how you
have supported PFM since 2011 and how they are used to change lives one day at a time.