In 1993, Malcolm with his wife Rosalie moved to Matamata (NZ) where they completed a YWAM Crossroad’s DTS. After that they joined Crossroads as staff. In September 1997 they moved to Canada and worked with YWAM Associates for several years. During that time (2000-2001) Malcolm was very ill with complications to Pancreatitis. Through God answering the prayers of many around the world Malcolm made an amazing recovery. They returned to New Zealand in December 2001 and became part of the staff at Crystal Springs Matamata where Malcolm worked until his death. He died two weeks after learning that he had cancer. The suddenness of it was a great shock to us all.
Malcolm was a man of many talents, an electrician, a computer and electronic geek to name a few. He understood telephone and alarm systems like you wouldn’t believe. Malcolm had a great practical knowledge, which was greatly valued by all who knew him.
Although we miss Malcolm very much, we are thankful to God that He allowed us to have him for a further nine years from the time when he was so ill in Canada. Extra time to create those special memories. Finally we honour you Malcolm, your life has been a testimony of your faithfulness and generosity.
Psalm 16 v 11 ….In His presence is fullness of joy.