Women living at Blantyre Synod Mission Campus of HHI say there are passionate about helping vulnerable groups especially children.
Mary Mchilima, chairperson of HHI Mission Women Group, said this on Sunday when her group was donating assorted items to Umoyo and Surgical wards at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre.
â€œWe are passionate about vulnerable groups especially the children. As mothers we thought of coming here to donate these assorted items to the children so that mothers could have a sigh of relief,â€ said Mchilima.
Apart from this philanthropic duty, the groupâ€™s role is to discuss various issues including Christian family life, cookery, bible studies, preaching, and praying for each otherâ€™s various family problems.
Some of the items brought to the hospital included bales of sugar, laundry soap, skin oil, glycerin and Kamba puffs.
Preaching at the hospital, wife of the deputy general secretary of the Blantyre Synod, evangelist Mercy Nyekanyeka, encouraged the guardians saying though they were in such a situation God is always with them.
â€œAccording to Romans 8:31-35, there should be nothing that can separate you from the love of God. While in this situation God is always with you. Sickness should not be an excuse,â€ said Nyekanyeka.