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Sue Silva (IMC missionary) has been able to briefly speak with the leadership twice now. The death toll has climbed to over 1000. The reports are graphic and horrid. There are several areas in Freetown that were hit very hard, but the Regent area is the worst. Iris people and pastors are all...

On August 14, 2017 heavy rains caused serious flooding and mudslides resulting in the deaths of over 200 people and countless have been left homeless. Andrew & Angela Sesay, Iris leaders in Freetown, are safe and heading to the devastated area to bring hope and relief. They have asked for...

A hands on Maintenance person/operations manager is needed at the IRIS Zimpeto Centre in Maputo Mozambique.

The Zimpeto centre has a vacancy for a volunteer to work with them in...

ENDURANCE WITH JOY! 

By:  David & Joanna Morrison                       

Everlasting joy will crown their heads.  Gladness and joy will overtake them, and sorrow and sighing will flee away.  Isaiah 51:11

What would life be like without joy?  We don’t want to know.  Joy...

Malawi Flood Disaster
by: Joanna Morrison - Report #4 - February 7, 2015

 

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The smell of smoke clings to my clothes and my hair. My feet and legs are still speckled...

By: David & Joanna Morrison

"You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in you." Isaiah 26:3

This week we have received more rain in the Lower Shire, but there is also an increase in our appetite to surrender our hearts unconditionally to the...

Malawi Flood Disaster 

by David & Joanna Morrison  

                                                    

Christ in you, the hope of glory.

Thankfully we’ve had a week of mostly dry weather, providing much better conditions to assist in the...

January 17, 2015

Malawi Flood Disaster

by David Morrison      

On Sunday nights we gather for worship on the Iris base to welcome in the new week. Our theme this week was Joshua 1:9,Be strong and courageous; do not be frightened or dismayed, for the...

There is severe flooding in Bangula, Malawi, where our Iris base is located.  David Morrison, base director writes:

“Flooding is at a scale here in Malawi that we have never experienced before. Yesterday morning we received the news of entire villages being underwater and people stranded...

On Monday evening, December 15th, there was a ferocious storm in Zimpeto. It washed out most of the roads on the base and in the community. The front wall of the base is close to collapsing, and there has been extreme and extensive electrical damage to the base and community. Many houses are in...

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