Watch the launch video of Mother of Malawi – The Biography of Annie Chikhwaza featuring the song ‘African Voice’ sung by the Kondanani Superkids off their debut album Kumbaya.
200 hundred years ago one of the greatest missionary explorers of all time, David Livingstone was born. His bi-centenary was celebrated at Westminister Abbey in March 2013 with an appeal by the President of Malawi, Joyce Banda to help rebuild her nation.
The city of Blantyre in Malawi is named after Livingstone’s birthplace in Scotland and his legacy continues to be felt throughout the country.However in recent years, Malawi has been ravaged by HIV/AIDS and poverty and out of a population of 12 million people, one million are orphans.
In a village close to Blantyre, an extraordinary woman is pouring out her life to care for abandoned children, Annie Chikhwaza. Get a copy of Annie’s biography, ‘Mother of Malawi’ and read about the “Oasis of Love she has created in a country of orphans.” You will be inspired by the miraculous history of Kondanani Children’s Village, which provides a loving home to about 200 children from babies to teenagers, some with HIV/AIDS.
You will also find out how Annie has overcome many obstacles, death threats and persecution. You will be so encouraged and start to walk in greater victory in your life. Each child is born with a divine destiny? What is yours? Who’s life will you transform? Follow in the footsteps of David Livingstone…
Mother of Malawi, the heart-rending biography of Annie Chikhwaza, by Al Gibson… published worldwide by Lion Hudson. Now available in bookshops and online.
5 out of 5 stars – “A riveting page-turner from the first page. Thank you for this fascinating biography of a beloved woman. Annie.” – California Sister, Amazon.