Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015
We thank God for the growth we have seen in communities like Kalende in Zambia. This year a borehole was put in to ensure access to clean safe water for the community, and two new classrooms were built.
Praise God for the increase in International Volunteers God has sent to Zambia to support the work in this region.
We thank God for the provision of travel within the Zambia region this year. The Hands local offices and communities in Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have experienced an increase in visits from many Regional Support Team (RST) members, providing unity across the region and a renewed sense of togetherness.
As Hands at Work continues to grow and extend our reach to the most vulnerable it requires willing International Volunteers and local African leaders to raise up their hands and be willing to go wherever they are needed. Pray for God’s discernment in this process, as we desire to grow our work across Africa.
The Hands local office in Kabwe has identified the need to expand into two new communities in 2016. Pray for the local church in Kabwe, for men and women to rise up and answer the call to care for the most vulnerable in their communities.
In 2015, two local Care Workers from the Kitwe area, Boyd and Reuben, joined the Zambia RST. Pray for them as they grow in their calling and impact the lives of the Care Workers, the most vulnerable children, and the local Church across the Zambia region.