How the Internet took the Gospel to Madagascar

Mario Alvarado
July 9, 2019
Madagascar
In every nation, tribe, language, people, and in the islands of the sea, God has in reserve a firmament of chosen ones that will shine in the midst of the darkness of this world. Madagascar is one of these islands of the Lord.

Madagascar—In every nation, tribe, language, people, and in the islands of the sea, God has in reserve a firmament of chosen ones that will shine in the midst of the darkness of this world. Madagascar is one of these islands of the Lord.

 

The Reform Movement arrived in Madagascar when a family, interested in living a reformed life, came across the SDARM website. After a brief period of online communication with the brethren, Brother John Bosco, the Regional Secretary of North Africa, arrived in Madagascar to organize the work there.

 

In just four years, the brethren have 130 baptized members, organized twelve small groups, and have five part-time workers. The brethren are very happy, united, and fervent in the work of God's vineyard. They send you their affectionate greetings.

 

The brethren from Madagascar composed a special SDARM Anthem, which will be presented at the 2019 GC Public Meetings. If you cannot make it to watch in person, remember to tune in to the live stream of the meetings. Follow along on the SDARM Facebook page for live stream links and details.