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“The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” ~Matthew 9:37-28

Your journey to going deeper starts now.


We truly believe that prayer is what fuels Reaching the Heart of Zambia and that is one way everyone can be involved.


Your partnership in ministry allows us to live out the love of Jesus by educating and empowering the people of Zambia and the communities we serve. 


We need ambassadors like you to get on social media with us and to share our posts and engage in the conservation.


Interested in teaching oversees, mission work or just want to visit for a short-term mission trip? We'd love to organize a trip with you in mind!


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Purchase gift items from our online store and wear or give them as gifts!  It's a great way to start a conversation.


Swilangi Tembo Needs Sponsorship Now

Waiting to be sponsored for over 370 days... Will you?

Swilangi, a sweet little ten-year-old girl who lives with a single mother. Since her father died a few years ago, her mother has supported her family by selling vegetables in the market. But it’s a very competitive job, making it difficult to earn enough money for food and education each day. They need your help!


Sponsor a Child

Our Sponsorship Program gives children a safe learning environment, where they learn academics and more about the Gospel, as well as receiving a daily meal, and necessities, such as shoes, soap and a school uniform.

Children Waiting to be Sponsored Right Now...


Mercy Zyambo is 5 years old and lives with both her parents who are unable to support her due to lack of work. Her dream is to be a teacher.


Blessings Banda is 7 years old and lives with her brother and single mother.  When she grows up, she wants to become a doctor.


David Chisanga is 7 years old and lives with both his parents who are refugees and unable to support him. His dream is to become a doctor.


Nancy Kunda is 12 years old lives with her mother and two siblings. She loves studying science and wants to be a nurse when she grows up.


Comfort Chikopela is 6 years old and lives with his grandmother. His dream is to become a teacher when he grows up.

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Stories of Change