Welcome to the SaltMalawi web site

SaltMalawi is a UK registered charity working to relieve poverty and suffering, to enhance education and to advance the Christian faith, in Malawi and also in parts of Mozambique. We trust that browsing this web site will inform you about our work, and also inspire you to support us in some way.

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Latest News - November 2017

Return to Malawi

Julian and Caroline returned to Malawi on October 27th. They had a good journey, including an unsought after upgrade to business class for the last (short) leg from Nairobi to LLW. Wonderfully all their luggage arrived with them (after some delay!) and there were no problems with immigration or customs.

Please pray that (a) they will completely settle back into their new life and work in Malawi, and (b) their own application for a renewal of their Temporary Employment Permit (TEP) will be ready to be submitted soon and that the process of dealing with it will be dealt with efficiently and expeditiously.

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Recent Newsletters

Click here to see the SaltMalawi Newsletter for January 2017.

Click here to see the SaltMalawi Newsletter for May 2017.

Click here to see the SaltMalawi Newsletter for October 2017.

 

Poetry Corner

Caroline has been writing some poetry, and we have decided to publish some of it from time to time on this website. This is the first poem. In future, you will find more poems in the section entitled General Interest on the right hand side of this page.

Abba Father

You walk with me, we walk together,
Whatever happens, whatever the weather.
When I fall behind for a while,
Maybe tempted by Satan’s guile,
The only thing I have to do
Is cry, Abba Father, out to you.

Immediately you will stop and turn and
I will see eyes that with love do burn.
To me you will hold out your hand
So that we together again will stand.
You’ll take my hand when I am weak
So it’s your strength I will seek.
You’ll take my hand when I need a guide,
You’ll lead me with a Father’s pride.

And when at last my life will end
With grace and love you will bend
To lift me up and take me home,
To worship before your royal throne.

Until that day does arrive
The only way I can thrive
Is to keep my hand safe in yours
Till I reach those heavenly doors.
For I will have reached the end of my race
And I will see you face to face.

Copyright © 2017 Caroline Lott.