New Life Center Zambia - A ministry of the United Methodist Church
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Glimpses of life in Zambia

In Whom Or What Do You Put Your Trust?

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

These construction workers look very trusting to me! I don’t think I would be putting so much of my trust in the crane, the crane operator, the men holding the guide ropes or even in the trusses themselves. They might put a bit of trust in their hard hats protecting them if they fall, but then again...

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Feed My Lambs

Friday, November 14, 2008

Our Twikatane Community Health Evangelists/Educators (CHEs) have started a feeding program for children that are undernourished. It is a way for them to reach out and help their community. We have started with 20 children and will continue to expand as the need arises. We are making porridge over...

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Encouragement

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

We had just returned to Zambia after a long home assignment and were feeling like we were not really ready to jump back into ministry. We were going through jet lag, missing our children and grandchildren and also missing our parents, family and friends. We had left a lot of loved ones behind and we...

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A Commitment

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Almost every building and church that has been constructed by the New Life Center has been built one cement block at a time, literally. If you have cement, river rock sand, water, and a willing person you can make as many cement blocks, and therefore buildings, as you want.

Watson Musanzabantu was...

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Burdens

Burdens

Friday, June 27, 2008

Carrying things on your head is a very typical scene in Zambia. The items in this picture are very light because they are empty cooking oil containers. I have seen items ranging from water, food, shoes, and even large tree trunks being carried on people’s heads.

We carry many burdens ourselves....

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