Malawi to be dedicated for missionary work

On the heels of the organization of the new Zambia Lusaka Mission and the creation of several new branches and groups in Malawi, members report that Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Quorum of the Twelve will visit Malawi and offer a formal dedicatory prayer for the nation.  Malawi currently pertains to the Zambia Lusaka Mission and LDS congregations operate in Blantyre (4), Lilongwe (3), and Liwonde.  With nearly 16 million inhabitants, Malawi appears a very favorable nation to have its first LDS mission organized in the near future.

via LDS Church Growth

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2 Responses to Malawi to be dedicated for missionary work

  1. Seiji Shibata (Mr.) says:

    Dear Sir/Madame,
    I am planning to visit Malawi LDS Church sometime this year, and would like to get in touch with someone who is a local member or someone who is on mission here.

    Seiji Shibata (Mr.)
    Chiba, Japan
    High Priest Leader (formerly)
    and former missionary in Brazil

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