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Boreholes on remote plains, Sanitary Wear for girls and women in villages, Sewing Classes, Satellite Base Development, Gospel Discipleship, Outreach,Training, Church Planting and Bible Distribution
Maternity Clinic Support, Farming Project, Sanitary Wear for girls and women in villages, Literacy Program in villages, Gospel Discipleship, Outreach, Training, Church Planting and Bible Distribution
- Gospel Discipleship, Outreach, Training and Church Planting - Fresh Water Boreholes - Orphans -Bible Distribution
Orphans, Gospel Discipleship, Outreach and Training, Homeless Ministry, Bible Distribution
Michael Watson and Pastor Davy travelled across the Mighty Zambezi River (via dug out canoes) on Sunday 27 March to preach at a youth gathering that was taking place in Kambuya village on the remote West Bank plains. The gathering was with a youth group from the Churches of Nazerene which Pastor Davy oversees. (more…)READ MORE
Every Friday antenatal sessions are hosted at the maternity clinic in Chilombo, Angola. Clients come from the local community and beyond. The midwives continue to do their best, with minimal medical equipment and supplies. Such a facility is a new and unique service in our area and has the potential to serve and transform our community. (more…)READ MORE
The men were en route to their next borehole site visit on the West Bank Plains, driving through a field with long grass on either side of the vehicle, when out of the corner of John's eye he saw an elderly woman. She was hunched over with all her belongings on her back, seeking help. Michael, who was driving the vehicle at the time, brought them to a halt to see if they could assist the lady. With the help of their interpreter, Joseph, they learnt that this elderly woman was chased away from her son's home (not her biological son) and was trying to make her way home.. (more…)READ MORE
Two Months ago, Peter embarked on his journey back to his home village in Kasupa, Angola, where he and his family will reside and trust God for the advancement of His Kingdom in their local area. On his journey Peter has encountered many little villages and shared the Good News of Jesus Christ with them. What is incredible about Peter's journey is how we can see that God's intention is not only to make sure Peter and the team get home safely, but for God to encounter His children along the way. (more…)READ MORE