The churches feeding in to INTEL are still small and in their first generation. There is little support for those seeking to be trained for leadership, yet it is so important. A gift of £25 will pay the tuition fees for one student for one semester and will give them the opportunity to study God’s word.
Gifts — £25 to £49
The current operating theatre at Mukinge Mission Hospital is old and it is a struggle to meet the demands of surgical needs. The planned new theatre will have 5 operating rooms, a recovery area, sterilizing room, clinic, and an attached ICU-a huge improvement that will provide better surgical services for the people of Kasempa and beyond. A gift of £45 will buy a roofing sheet for the new building.
Fulani Radio aims to reach the Western Fulani of West Africa with the gospel. A gift of £25 will pay for a week of nightly broadcasts on a community radio station
Mukinge Hill Academy Vulnerable Children’s scholarship project seeks to identify and give vulnerable children in the community access to a high quality primary education, that they couldn’t otherwise afford. This will improve their opportunities and their families circumstances in the longer term. Each day the children are taught from the Bible and teachers seek to introduce them to Jesus as their Lord and Saviour so that they also leave school with a firm foundation in their faith.
A gift of £30 will provide a child at Mukinge Hill Academy in Zambia with a school uniform.
Gospel workers in Mukinge have been sharing the love of Christ with patients at the hospital in Zambia for over 50 years. The water system that supplies the hospital, school and housing is contaminated with harmful bacteria. All water must be boiled and filtered before it is safe to drink. The water supply also relies on electric pumps which are affected by power outages. There is a desperate need to install a water purification system, a protective wall and a generator to power the pumps that supply the hospital, school and housing of workers in Mukinge.
Mukinge Mission Hospital is currently experiencing a drug shortage, forcing the pharmacy to ration medicines and leaving patients without proper medications. This is a major issue for a hospital that provides care to approximately 1,000 inpatients and 2,000 outpatients every month. The hospital has a limited amount of funding which is insufficient to purchase the drugs required. The drugs shortage significantly affects the quality of care that Mukinge Mission Hospital can provide to its patients.
After each assignment, mission workers are strongly encouraged to attend a debrief meeting run by a Serving In Mission mobiliser. This allows the mission worker to process their experinces and transition to a new environment. These sessions help Serving In Mission support our mission workers well both whilst they are on the field and on home assignment.
two:nineteen provide training and resources to help churches and individuals effectively reach out to the growing multi-cultural communities around them.
Many smaller churches, although passionate about sharing the gospel with the multi ethnic communites around them are unable to pay for training themselves. This gift will contribute towards materials and cross-cultural training for one small UK church.
The ‘King’s Kids’ project offers vulnerable children, a new start in life by meeting their basic needs of food, shelter and an education whilst nurturing them spiritually.
Thank you for your interest in helping us to care for these children.
Sports Friends reaches out using the universal language of sport. Through this powerful platform, coaches are able to build relationships with young people and over time share the love of God with them. Not only will these young people experience all of the joy that goes along with camp—sports, games, crafts, swimming, dramas, singing, and teaching about Christ's love—but they will also be mentored, nurtured, and discipled by their coaches when they return home to their communities.