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Opening People’s Hearts to Change

Y-Malawi brings people together in community with each other and God. This true, deep, meaningful connection can heal hearts, transform lives and change the world.

Opening People’s Hearts to Change

A NEW APPROACH

A groundbreaking new model providing incredible results in sustainable development and discipleship.

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TRANSFORMING LIVES

In Africa yes, but also in the United States, and you can be a part of it.

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LASTING RESULTS

Sustainable change, education, and development that is impacting lives now and for eternity.

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FROM THE BLOG

Chiefs Leading the Way

In a tribal society, what the Chief says goes. He (or she) approves your marriage, gives you property for a home, and settles disputes. They are involved in every aspect of village life. They lead, and they can share the Way. Working with these important people,...

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New Skills a Brighter Future

Learning new skills can mean new opportunities and a brighter future. Nkhoma Youth Department provides vocational training in carpentry and sewing that gives people both. Through Y-Malawi’s Change a Life Christmas fundraiser sewing machines and carpentry kits...

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Micro-finance loans and changed lives

Kondwani was a poor farmer, not able to feed his family from his meager crop of corn. A micro-finance loan, plus financial and vocational training changed all that. Through Y-Malawi partners, Kondwani learned how to farm utilizing new methods, the small loan he...

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Welcome Ebenezer Institute of Learning

Announcing a new Y-Malawi partner, The Ebenezer Institute of Learning! This new partnership brings Ebenezer together with a new US partner, Heights Christian Schools Intermediate and Junior High. Ebenezer educates children in grades 1-8. Offering a high-quality...

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Kids Clubs

Y-Malawi partner Fishers, Trainers and Senders has a special focus on children. So many have yet to hear the message of hope through Jesus. Working with local village teachers, FTS utilizes Kids Clubs to reach these young lives. Games, Bible stories and Bible...

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Grain and Worship

The primary staple in the rural areas of Malawi is maize, or what Americans call corn. It’s grown in every village. The people mill it, then use it for a favorite dish they call Nsima. To get their maize milled most people take it to a grain mill. These are...

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