LifeLight in Malawi

Alan and Vicki Greene of LifeLight join Love Malawi Project for Massive National Impact

Alan and Vicki Greene of LifeLight will partner in Malawi, Africa with Andrew Palau and Luis Palau Association along with other partner evangelists. This is part of a significant effort to foster unity and reach out with the Good News through Love Malawi, August 5 through August 24, 2016.

The campaign will visit five of Malawi’s larger cities, including the capital city Lilongwe, as well as the Dzaleka Refugee Camp which houses people from a number of nearby countries including Ethiopia, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. 

Evangelist Alan Greene from Sioux Falls SD and his Wife Vicki Greene (Co-founder and LifeLight speaker) will join other ministries and evangelists to teach, preach and join in missions outreach in Malawi.  Alan Greene and Andrew Palau will speak at the Dzaleka Refugee Camp, during a festival, which will include music, prayer and sharing the Good news of the gospel of Jesus during the 3 day event. Vicki will be meeting and teaching women’s groups in the Camp.  Vicki Greene of LifeLight says, “It is a privilege to join with my sisters in Christ as they serve their refugee community in Jesus name.  I am humbled to work with them to be the hands and feet of Christ as we meet their basic physical and spiritual needs.”

The nationwide campaign will conclude with a two-day festival in the open fields by Maula Prison in the heart of Malawi and the nation’s capital city, Lilongwe. Professional action sports athletes teams from the United States will perform BMX stunts, and will be joined by an FMX team from South Africa.  Each day of the festivals throughout the country an evangelist will share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Based in Sioux Falls SD LifeLight Global is grateful for these type of partnerships and collaborative events.  “This is one the most effective means of evangelism says” Alan Greene of LifeLight. “Our investment is minor compared to the other international partners and yet we see the incredible impact when the body of Christ works together to carry out the Biblical command of the Great Commission.”

Throughout the week preceding the festival in Lilongwe, dozens of volunteers from around the world will join in several service endeavors which include providing reading glasses at several eyeglass clinics, assisting local medical teams, and leading outreaches for children and at several prisons. In addition, the Luis Palau team will share the Gospel at a dinner for business and civic leaders. Ministry partner “The Shoe That Grows” is providing 2,200 pairs of shoes and Torrey Babb with “The Mission Ball” will join the team and is providing 400 soccer balls to aid in these outreaches. 
The LifeLight team has previously shared the gospel in numerous other countries including Ethiopia, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Pakistan and most recently visited Egypt and Kenya to meet with Christians living there. 

Greene says  “The goal of LifeLight Global is to effectively communicate the gospel to the world through partnerships with Business, Ministries and Churches who have a heart and vision for world evangelism and missions.  Collaborating with others is the most cost effective way to share the Good News of the Bible and the most effective way to reach people as well he says.”

LifeLight Global is part of LifeLight Communications, Inc., a Sioux Falls SD non- profit ministry who also hosts the annual LifeLight Festival every Labor Day weekend, now in its 19th year just 12 miles south of Sioux Falls.