Heavy rains in the Karonga district of Malawi caused flooding that has affected many people, including Free Methodist Church members. The flooding has resulted in the destruction of buildings and in the loss of crops. Malawi Northern Conference Superintendent Japhet Msyani reports that the people of Karonga rely on rice and cassava, and the flooding has washed away all of their food. Please pray for our Free Methodist churches and for the people of Karonga.
If you would like to support emergency relief efforts, please make out donations to the Bishops’ Crisis Response Fund at fmcusa.org/bfund with Malawi Flooding noted, or send checks to the Free Methodist Church, 770 N. High School Road, Indianapolis, IN 46214, with BCRF-Malawi in the memo line.
The Bishops’ Crisis Response Fund is the first line of rapid response to aid Free Methodists affected by natural disasters, famine and persecution. It is a means for the U.S. church to provide immediate, focused assistance through our church’s local, international and missions infrastructure.