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  Matthew 25: 35-40

Operation SAVE


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2016  Results

Operation SAVE reported the  following ministry accomplishments:

  • Three Pastors Conferences were held which trained a total of 300 new Pastors.
  • Feeding Program is in 8 schools, feeding 6265 students. Over a 9 month school year, 1,909,700 meals were provided.
  •  Thirty new teachers were trained in CEF (Children’s Evangelism Fellowship)
  • CEF was taught to 6265 children in the 8 schools and 4100 children in Centers 16
  • Mobile clinics were conducted treating 1250 patients
  • Our Farming Program provided 200 pounds of seed corn and 6160 pounds of fertilizer to Africans
  • 21,000 pair of shoes were distributed to children
  • 2004 bibles were distributed 
  • 165 blankets were distributed
  • 1000 Care-packs were distributed which include sugar, salt, body soap, clothes soap, skin oil & relish
  • Hut-to-Hut visits provided 70 plastic pails, 80 plates, 200 cups and 50 rolls of roof plastic provided a new roof covering for 100 huts.


  • Helping the Homeless
  • Church construction
  • Repairing & Replacing Roofs
  • Home roofing repairs
  • Supplying rolled plastic for hut repair
  • Iron sheets provided for home of orphan child
  • Providing cement for concrete floor for poor widow
  • Construction of pit toilet (Concrete slabs)
  • Construction of orphanage block
  • Construction of Mission House (Team House)
  • Construction of Bible School block



  • Raising chickens for sale and for farm manure
  • Providing tractor for farming and renting to local farmers
  • Providing local farmers with starter-pack seed corn and fertilizer
  • Raising milk cow to help prevent children from malnutrition
  • Offering small scale local farmers with loans
  • Introduce farmers to clubs where they can obtain seed and fertilizer or a loan
  • 2016 Results (See Above)
  • 2014-2015
  • 2013/2014
  • 2012/2013 Farming Year Recap
    • 26 Farmers farmed 34 acres of land yielding more than 1000 bags of corn


  • 2016 Results (See Above)
  • Feeding widows daily
  • Feeding children with malnutrition with vita-meal which cost $4 per 2kg packet
  • 2015 School Year Feeding Program:
    • 40,705 hot meals per week
    • 1,465, 380 hot meals per year
  • 2014 School Year Feeding Program:
    • 32,175 hot meals per week
    • 1,158,300 hot meals per year


  • 2016 Results (See Above)
  • As of 2017. 2000 wells have been repaired providing clean water for thousands of Malawians
  • Repairing boreholes in schools
  • As of 2017  we have drilled 250 new boreholes


Pastoral Training

2016 Results (See Above)

  • We provide US Pastors to travel overseas and train hundreds of Pastors with churches throughout the community and villages
  • Providing Bibles translated into Chichewa for local Pastors
  • Helping Pastors to pursue Education
  • Fund Pastors Conference (3 per year)
  • Provide Public Address System (PA) to speak to large crowds and conduct Crusades
  • Construction of building block to be used as training center
  • Provide teachers with 2nd-hand Laptops
  • Provide Pastors with training materials, paper and pens
  • Provide Pastors with daily meals during training
  • As of 2017 we have trained hundreds and hundred of Pastors


Adult Evangelism accomplished through local events and foreign missions

  • Hut to Hut visitation providing evangelism on a 1-on-1 basis
  • Village crusades providing music and preaching to an entire village

Children’s Evangelism using CEF (Children’s Evangelism Fellowship)

  • Spreading the Gospel to children using Bible Lessons. Music, games, salvation dolls, salvation bracelets and the use of Evangecube
  • Providing soccer balls and parachute games
  • Providing megaphones to CEF workers and Pastors to use in preaching to large groups
  • Providing Bibles for school teachers
  • Providing bible storybooks for children
  • Providing bicycles for CEF Team to use as transportation during CEF events

The Jesus Film

  • An outdoor movie presentation, taking the Gospel into remote villages, using inflatable screen, generator and the Jesus Film

The Proclaimer

  • An audio version of the Bible used to take and share the word of God within communities and remote villages.

“Give a man a fish; he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish; he eats for life.” That’s the concept that started it all. The people in villages of Malawi don’t just need to be fed, they need a way to feed themselves tomorrow and the next day. They don’t just need clothing for today; they need a plan for the future. It does take a village to raise a child. A boy becomes a man. A man becomes a leader. We want them to have the means, skills, and knowledge to grow and flourish. Missions4Jesus is making that happen with Operation S.A.V.E. 

Our model takes a village struggling to find food for today, begging for work and just praying to survive another day and turns it into a community with homes where orphaned children have a mother, students have a school, and villagers have skills, jobs, medical care and crops that both feed them and give them their spot in the marketplace. This generation feeds and prepares the next and so on. The poverty cycle stops here. Their world is changed. We can make a difference. You can be part of the solution, part of the vision that changes a village forever

We are “Feeding Hope” in the hearts of the people of Malawi, the poorest country in Africa. Despite being among the ten poorest countries in the world, Malawi is known as” The Warm Heart of Africa” because of the good nature of its people. 

We have established maize mills for manufacturing, warehouses, cafeterias, and orphan homes. With the help of supporters like you, we also provide resources to Teachers and, Pastors. The  Malawi Board and more than 30 volunteers manage operations year round. In addition to distribution of supplies and food, each trip the US Mission Team provides medical and eyeglass clinics, necessary medical care, medicines, treatments and Crusades to spread the Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. By strengthening the family and preparing these folks to sustain themselves, we can continue to increase our impact in Malawi each year.