Maranatha Volunteers International is a supporting ministry of the Adventist Church. The organization provides volunteer opportunities to build churches and schools around the world.
Zimbabwe is back in the news at Maranatha. The East African country has been confirmed as the site of a new primary school in Bulawayo. Teachers, Administrators and parents are all excited that the existing High School will be augmented with a new elementary school. Zimbabwe church leaders are requesting 1300 churches and hundreds of schools.
Plans for this year's Ultimate Workout and Collegiate project continue to come together in the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua. The event will give more than 160 young people an opportunity to build much needed churches in these remote communities.
Maranatha is celebrating the completion of the Cary Adventist school in Huggeli, India. The new school campus built by volunteers, moves the children from dark, cave like classrooms to this bright facility constructed with one day classrooms.
Construction crews finished the Chesifu school in Mizuzu, Malawi. The One Day school campus will give four hundred children an opportunity to receive a Christian Education.
One Day churches built by Maranatha around the world now number 2,348. And 304 One Day Schools have been built to date. Maranatha has a goal in 2012 to construct another 1,300 churches and 250 schools. The One Day churches and schools have become the most sought after solution to the rapidly growing Seventh-day Adventist church -- especially in hard to reach places.
Learn how you can get involved at maranatha.org.