Zambia

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It takes a village

OM parters with local church volunteers in Kasama to reach out to hundreds of vulnerable children.

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'Don’t give up on me'

It’s common for the OMers in Kapembwa to have people associated with witchcraft coming for deliverance, but Wilson wanted more than that.

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'I have been there'

How God changed the lives of each team member of OM in Kasama to bring hope to the vulnerable children.

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Hope shining through the darkness

“I love to be around the children. Through education, I want to see them have a good future and have the ability to support others,” said Mercy Mutale.

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My neighbour, my brother

An act of compassion opens the door for a Zambian worker to share the Gospel with Somalis.

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No longer vulnerable

From trying to survive each day to leading their community in bringing development, the members of a Self Help Group are being transformed drastically.

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Food for the body and soul

For the past five years OM Lake Tanganyika has visited the local police station providing for the physical and spiritual needs of those awaiting trial.

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Answers for Kapembwa

With the fishing season going poorly in Kapembwa, Zambia, the people want to know why, and to find the answers, they’ve called in a witch doctor. 

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Zambia and Lake Tanganyika

Zambia is a landlocked country that is exceptionally peaceful, considering that it is surrounded by countries which have experienced major political struggles. Zambia has been declared an official Christian nation with 87 percent of its people proclaiming to be Christian. However, the number of immigrants from the Middle East and Asia has increased in recent years, and more people now proclaim themselves to be either Muslim or Hindu. When the OM Zambia leaders saw the spiritual desolation and the inroads other religious groups were making around Lake Tanganyika, the first OM team was sent to the area in 2005, establishing their base in the harbour town of Mpulungu. The team was called the ‘Good News II’, after the vision of Dr. David Livingstone.

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