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As the Church continued to grow, the members in Sarodroa needed a new chapel. With a new chapel next door, Rakotomalala and others worked to transform the old wooden chapel into classrooms and a bishop’s office.
Since the days when they rode two hours to church every Sunday, Rakotomalala and Razafindravaonasolo have remained good friends. They are grateful for the blessings the gospel has brought to them and their families.
After joining the Church, Rakotomalala (right) served in the Madagascar Antananarivo Mission, and Razafindravaonasolo (left) served in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Kinshasa Mission.
Rakotomalala and Razafindravaonasolo stand in front of the new chapel in Sarodroa. This chapel, made of concrete and brick, was built by the members.
Rice is a staple crop in Madagascar. Nearly everyone in Sarodroa works in the rice fields to support their families.
In 2013, members in Sarodroa built this small wooden chapel to worship in. Rakotomalala is happy to help make needed changes to the building.