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Konigmacher and his wife, trained nurses from the Battle Creek Sanitarium, arrived and were sent 70 miles kilometers west of Blantyre to pioneer the work at the Matandani Mission. In November G.
Ellingworth joined the staff at Malamulo. When he left the country in he had given many years to the upbuilding of the work. In Rogers was succeeded at Malamulo by Christopher Robinson, who remained for eight years and introduced a number of innovations, which were copied in other fields.
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In the northern part of the country the Seventh Day Baptists had organized a strong work as early as , but had failed to find men to care for their converts. Many of these converts then turned to the Seventh-day Adventists for help.
Some had backslidden before finally help became available in the opening of Luwazi Station by R. The work in the north grew steadily, and in five Malawian workers were ordained to the ministry and six churches were organized. In work was opened at the northern end of Lake Malawi at Ighembe near the Tanganyika now Tanzania border by two African evangelists, B.