The Bible commands us to go into all the world and preach the gospel (Mark 16:15), yet it is challenging for many believers to leave the comfort of their own communities – to reach out to brothers and sisters in other countries.  Pamoza International believes in sharing the love of Jesus Christ not only through our words, but through working together toward a common mission so that everyone’s lives are enriched.

Churches are our most critical partners. As a church, you can:

Invite us to speak: We would love to introduce Pamoza’s work to your congregation. God is doing tremendous things through our ministry and we want to share with and engage your church in the work. We can come to speak for any amount of time during church service or another regular gathering.

Connect us to your missions ministry: The core of our work is missions-focused. We share the gospel through actions that improve the quality of life for all people. We would love to partner with you in your missions activities.

Sponsor a project: Project sponsorship involves financially supporting a time-specific initiative or an activity. Your church can support all or part of a project’s costs. We will update you on the progress of the project and how your money is spent. Pamoza seeks to implement the following projects in 2013: 

  • Construction of a borehole at the Zowe medical clinic – $10,000
  • Construction of a school library – $10,000
  • Student desks and chairs for each school we work with – $4,000
  • Development of a micro-credit/micro-finance facility – $20,000

Participate in a missions trip to Malawi: Each year during the summer, Pamoza facilitates a missions trip to Malawi. The trip typically involves members from one church or organization to assist with activities the community cannot do on their own. In the past, activities have included running medical clinics, facilitating Vacation Bible School, and installing solar panels.

Involve your youth in making a difference: Helping others provides youth an opportunity to exhibit God’s love. Your youth ministry can participate in our Hungry4Change program (also known as the 30-hour famine). Through H4C, youth fast and pray for 30 hours while raising money for a specific cause or purpose. H4C allows youth to pray for and empathize with food insecurity, which plagues so many Malawian families.

Please contact us to participate in any of the above activities.