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Hope Has Come: A Look at Student Life Homes

"Life in the compound is difficult." The compound is a nearby village characterized by drunkenness and fighting and is home to many of the students who attend Lifesong School in Garneton, Zambia. The Lifesong Zambia team knew they needed to do something to help students living in the…

The 4 Teachers Every Child Needs

Every child's life is impacted by teachers. Maybe you can remember teachers who were helpful or hurtful in your own life. With World Teacher's Day right around the corner, we're praising God for the blessings he's poured out on the children we serve through amazing, Christ-centered teachers around the world.…

New Beginnings in Zambia!

Your support for orphaned and vulnerable children in Zambia is changing lives. Here's some recent news from our team– 2019 is a year of new beginnings in Zambia! . New Preschool Class Our 2019 preschool students (see photo above) have all reported for school and are anxious…

Meet Charity: Future World Changer

Charity didn't know what God had planned for her life when she first began attending Lifesong School in Garneton, Zambia. But He has done abundantly more than she could have ever imagined. In her words— Meet Charity Though she was just a little girl in primary school,…

Standing in the Sun: Bright Futures in Zambia

Choosing career, getting married, having children... From the time you were knee-high, you were likely asked the question, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" and you had the luxury of changing your answers as often as you changed your clothes. Getting an education wasn't an "if," but a "when," and…

Why Education Is Serious Joy in Zambia

Recently, a small team from Lifesong had the opportunity to put feet on the ground in Zambia. And they saw first-hand what God is doing through ministry partners and supporters like you. What the team discovered in their brief but beneficial visit was an overwhelming testament to the goodness of…