Our brother in the Lord and missionary Malcolm Alexander passed away on May 18. Malcolm faithfully served for two decades in Honduras, first as a charter member of our Tegucigalpa Church-Planting Team where he gave wholeheartedly of himself to the building up of Iglesia Cristo Redentor, especially through his administrative skills and Biblical teaching. In response to the devastation of Hurricane Mitch in 1998, Malcolm began an outreach ministry to youth in a community for displaced survivors of the hurricane. Eventually, a community center was built and an ongoing program of Christian education, vocational training and recreation were established. Malcolm continued this vital ministry as an Associate Missionary encouraging U.S. churches to send short-term mission teams and remain involved in this ministry. Malcolm was a blessing as he brought the hope of the Gospel in both word and deed. We give thanks to the Lord for his personal sacrifices for the sake of furthering Christ’s work in this broken world. We await with hope in Jesus our heavenly reunion.
Malcolm teaching at the community center:
May light perpetual shine on him.
We are going to miss you Malcolm. See you in heaven. John y Ninfa.
I give thanks to God for Malcolm’s service – a long obedience in the same direction: the Kingdom of God!
So sorry to hear of Malcolm’s departure. Sad for us but great for him as he is with the Lord. Great man, selfless service!
We have many good memories of Malcolm when we worked together in Tegucigalpa. We thank the Lord for the gifts He gave Malcolm and for the wonderful way in which Malcolm put them into the service of the Kingdom.