News: Mutendere

Development aid to Africa good or bad!

“For God’s sake, read and enquire the kind of organization you give Aid to! When King World Missions received a 40 foot Container which we nicknamed the “Elephant,” full of school materials, We supplied to two schools and two Non-profit organization doing the same work as we”

Development aid to Africa good or bad!

We go through life and miss many of the things that God is trying to teach us. Some things are obvious, but others aren’t , and we can miss the point if we don’t ask Him or don’t open our eyes to what He is trying to show us through our experience. Every trouble is a character – building opportunity, and the more difficulty it is, the greater the potential for building spiritual muscle and moral fiber.

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An update from Ralph on the passing of President Dr. Levy Patrick Mwanawasa,

Dear friends,

A solemn atmosphere hung over Zambia from the time we heard of the death of our president Dr. Levy Patrick Mwanawasa, more so yesterday as Zambians and the international community paid their last respect to president Mwanawasa who was put to rest at the Embassy Park yesterday (3rd September 2008 )

‘Elephant’ brings gifts to schoolchildren in Mutendere, Zambia

The people of Mutendere, Zambia, are still celebrating the day the ‘elephant’ arrived in their village.

The ‘elephant’ is the pet name given to a 40-foot-long container sent by the Hong Kong-based organization Cross Roads. The container was filled with supplies for the children at King World Missions, a school run by Local Representatives Ralph and Agnes Sebente.

‘Elephant’ brings gifts to schoolchildren in Mutendere, Zambia

The people of Mutendere, Zambia, are still celebrating the day the ‘elephant’ arrived in their village.

The ‘elephant’ is the pet name given to a 40-foot-long container sent by the Hong Kong-based organization Cross Roads. The container was filled with supplies for the children at King World Missions, a school run by Local Representatives Ralph and Agnes Sebente.

\"Elephant\" blessing people

We were previlaged to donate food and clothes to Isubilo women project in Chisamba. We felt so soticified in our hearts. see the report...

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Dear friends,   Today marks yet another important day to our work plan of the Missions objectives.

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Dear friends,   Today marks yet another important day to our work plan of the Missions objectives.

Find out how much a sand cement block making machine costs in Zambia

In order to make our own bricks we need a sand cement block making machine. Find out how much a new one costs in Zambia.

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