Disaster Relief: Malawi Flooding Video Update

 In All Church of God, Disaster Relief, Global Strategy

By Stephen Lewis

The rains in early January brought massive flooding to broad swathes of the country of Malawi, where the Church of God has more than 136 congregations.* Immediate reports indicated that a number of church buildings and individual homes were completely destroyed as roofs blew off and wood-fired mud-brick walls disintegrated under the constant rain, literally dissolving into mud. Other buildings and houses were partially damaged and will require repair. In some parts of the country, roads were washed away, as were recently planted crops. Click here to read more about the disaster relief efforts in Malawi.

Please consider a gift to the Disaster Relief fund at Church of God Ministries. It is only because of generous gifts from our congregations and from people like you that the Disaster Relief Committee can respond immediately when a disaster hits and when relief requests come in. Click here to donate now. You can also send your donation to Attn: Disaster Relief, Church of God Ministries, PO Box 2420, Anderson, IN 46018; be certain to clearly designate your gift to Project #45.04502.


For questions regarding this and other disaster relief efforts in the United States and abroad, contact Stephen Lewis, 800-848-2464. Learn more about the Church of God at www.JesusIsTheSubject.org.

*According to the 2014 Yearbook of the Church of God.

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