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Stories of Change

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Taking Home the Trophy

Updated: Dec 13, 2022

On Monday, Zambia celebrated its 58th Independence Day and to celebrate, the Copperbelt district held a soccer tournament. Our team traveled to the city of Luanshya to the sports complex where they played against many other teams. And guess what?

They won the entire competition!

This is huge because currently they qualify as amateur and we’re hoping this will get them the recognition to get to higher leagues in the sport. And maybe someday some of them will reach a national level. But most importantly, we’re really seeing a change as Charles disciples them. They’re hearts are very soft to the Word and we’re praying that the seeds planted during their time in the soccer ministry will flourish!

"Many of these boys are coming from notorious communities full of drug and alcohol abuse, thuggery and all manner of bad vices, but I have seen how this soccer program has helped to transform many and coming to the serving knowledge of Jesus Christ. I have preferred to make heaven rejoice over 1 soul that comes to Jesus using this program no matter what it will cost me." - Charles Mwila

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