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Leadership Training Program

The Leadership Training Program (LTP) trainings, refresher courses and the newly established Bible College guide church leaders towards a deeper understanding of their role in Biblical leadership and position in the Great Commission.

Community Church Mobilization on HIV/AIDS Mitigation

MSCI includes various HIV/AIDS programs for youth and adults. Youth are trained as peer educations, promoting HIV/AIDS prevention among young people through fun fairs and “Open Days”. The Hallelujah Football Club travels to various areas to play and evangelize. Adult programs include support groups, HBC volunteer training, and income generating activities. The TAPP program aims to help persons who are HIV positive and on Anti-retroviral treatment adapt to their medicine regime and encourage them to be diligent in their treatment.

Spiritual Formation Ministries

SFM offers 4-day retreats as a place of retreat for busy church leaders. Silence and solitude is encouraged in this place where rest takes priority over activity. Participants encourage and challenge each other through the study of Dr. Ken Boa’s Conformed to His Image.

Youth Ministries

Youth Ministries continue to see God’s work in the lives of Malawian young people through activities such as HIV/AIDS prevention, farming projects, and youth leadership conferences. The EBCM Library, Resource Centre, and Hosanna Soccer Club provide prevention messages of HIV/AIDS. The Youth Workshop equips youth with vocational skills and the Word of God.

Church Capacity Building and Minisity Programs

A variety of programs are implemented to build capacity among churches, their current and future leaders, and their communities. Programs include: Liwonde Evangelical Orphans Program, Youth For Christ Prison Fellowship, Under the Widows Welfare Program, Sunday School, and Jimu Orphan Care.

Evangelical Baptist Bible College

2008 saw the establishment of the Evangelical Baptist Bible College in Chinamwali. In this 2-year program, students will study topics for 1 month, then return to their respective villages for 3 months with the opportunity to apply the theory and practices learned in the classroom.