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Tell Your Friends


Ways to Share

You can make a huge difference by becoming a social media ambassador for us!  You can help us grow by sharing what we do with your network of friends and family members.

Step #1: Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

Step #2:  Every time we post something on Social Media you can:

  • Share it to your "Stories" (helps your friends see our post).

  • Write a Comment (helps the algorithm prioritize post).

  • Send it to a few friends who might be interested via DM.

Step #3: Subscribe to our email updates.

Step #4: Subscribe your friends and family to our email list who might be interested in this ministry.

Step #5: Forward all email updates to your friends and family when you receive them.

Step #6: Tell your church leaders about this ministry and ask them if they would be interested in organizing summer mission trips with us!

Step #7: Purchase gift items from our online store and wear or give them as gifts!  It's a great way to start a conversation.

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  • YouTube
  • Twitter
  • TikTok

Shop Gift Store

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

Gift Store

So Many Children Like Swilangi Tembo Need Sponsorship

Some have been waiting for over 365 Days...

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.

Children like Swilangi 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 Kambobe lives in a little mud brick house with a grass roof with her family. Her favorite subject is math and in her free time, she enjoys writing. When she grows up, Nancy wants to be a nurse.


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

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