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In the Aftermath of the Recent floods in Pemba and area, there is very good news!

Don Kantel (our IMC missionary serving in Pemba and the surrounding villages of Mieze and Noviane) took this picture on April 17th while walking around Mieze village looking at houses damaged/destroyed by...

This past rainy season in Northern Mozambique has been much more severe than normal. The rains began early in December and fell in torrents. They continued unabated through February…and then greatly intensified in March when normally the rain is tapering off. Day after day the rains continued...

When Heidi Baker was in Toronto Jan 22-24/2014, she was interviewed for the 100 Huntley Street television show. The interview was divided into two broadcasts which aired February 11th and 12th.
 

http://www.100huntley.com/...

Compelled by Love -  the Film

The film is a feature-length documentary tracing the movement of revival sweeping across Mozambique, and the Baker's own personal journey of intimacy with Jesus -- our primary pursuit in life is always the presence of God. One life surrendered...

You will be encouraged as you read our current missionary and project updates. Our missionaries are the hands and the feet of this ministry. Please hold them in prayer.

February 1, 2012

David Morrison - Bangula, Malawi:

 We have distributed more food to the 448 families in Bangula who lost their homes a couple of weeks ago.  We gave each family 1 x 50 kg maize, 5 kgs beans, and 1  2m x 2m cloth (zitenji).  

We served two groups...

Dear Friends of the Morrison’s and the Iris Africa Team in Malawi:

As many of you already know, the Bangula region of southern Malawi was devastated by flash flooding a few days ago that caused havoc throughout the local villages and left hundreds of families homeless with little...

David Morrison, base director, Bangula, Malawi:

 After a prolonged period of insufficient rain farmers needed for the crops to survive, a powerful storm delivered 115mm of rain within a period of only 90 minutes over Bangula late Thursday afternoon. The immense volume of rain caused...

We mourn the loss of Daryl Dean Martin, who died tragically on September 7, 2011, from injuries sustained when elephants unexpectedly charged Daryl and his wife Rebekah while visiting a wildlife reserve in Malawi. Daryl, together with his wife Rebekah and sons Jonathan (age 16) and Caleb (age 11...

What’s Happening at Iris Africa in Malawi? 

Written by: David Morrison

"The Iris Africa Malawi property has grown significantly over the past eight years. We began developing in 2003 and we are thankful for the countless number of people who have contributed so generously with...

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