In April there was a Maranatha Workshop for the Primary Caregivers and children in Racecourse Community. The week was broken in half: the first two days for the children and the rest for the Primary Caregivers. During the workshop for the Primary Caregivers, 38 accepted Christ.
One of the grandmothers was struggling with a deep sadness because each year for the past four years one of her children had passed away. Yet as she shared her story God started the healing process in her life. Every Friday since the workshop she has been faithfully attending the Relationship Group with the other Primary Caregivers.
Praise God for the healing and transformation that He brought into the lives of the Primary Caregivers and the children. Pray for continued healing as the Kitwe Service Centre spends time speaking into their lives through Relationship Groups.
100 of the most vulnerable children in Racecourse receive a daily meal, access to education and access to basic health care.
At the Racecourse Care Point, there is a community school where the children are taught.
The Care Workers are committed to bringing life and God’s love to the children they serve even with the simple act of washing the children’s hands.