Adventist Women in Kabwe, Zambia keep streets clean

In a vivid display of owning community responsibility, Adventist women, affectionately known as Dorcas Mothers in Kabwe (East and West), swarmed the streets and alleys armed with brooms and a passion to make a difference. The Mayor of Kabwe, Moses Mwansa, said that his council appreciated the consistent effort of the SDA church for engaging […]

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Dorcas Mothers in Zambia

Zambia – Kabwe East Mission District (KEMD) – Dorcas mothers donated blankets, pillows and fruit worth over K5 Million to Kabwe General Hospital. The Adventist Women, affectionately known as Dorcas Mothers,  who converged at the hospital entrance for encouraging words from the Bible, read by Elder Gilbert Kalimukwa, donated 30 blankets and pillows to Ward […]

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Ted Wilson says: “Reformation did not end with Luther … it must continue”

At an evening meeting on March 13, 2012, in Lusaka, Zambia, Pastor Ted Wilson, challenged Seventh-day Adventists to a life of primitive godliness, revival and preparation for the latter rain.  He implored Seventh-day Adventists to “make a difference wherever you are called to serve.” Elder Nchumunya Chitenge said that the President, in his address, made […]

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Seventh-day Adventist Church in Zambia divides in order to Multiply

Zambia has more than 760 000 Adventists and Elder George Siyamuzoka, the Chief Financial Officer for the Zambia Union of Seventh-day Adventists said: “in order to accommodate the growth rate of the church, it is important to establish a new administrative office.”  “In 1998, three territories were divided into six and as a result in 1990, […]

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New Administrative Building opened at Rusangu University, Zambia

Rusangu University officially opened its new administrative building with Dr Ted Wilson unveiling the official plaque memorializing the event.  Dr Paul Ratsara boldly exclaimed that if you had to place the Rusangu of today and the Rusangu of 8 or 9 years ago side by side, it is not a comparison but a contrast.  He […]

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Seventh-day Adventists should be in the forefront of pointing people to the second coming of Jesus Christ, says Pastor Ted Wilson

Dr Ted Wilson landed onto Zambian soil on Monday, March 12th, 2012 from Zimbabwe where he presented the commencement address at Solusi University where 433 students graduated. Dr Harrington Akombwa, President of the Seventh-day Adventist church in Zambia, welcomed Dr Ted Wilson as he landed into the country from Zimbabwe, together with many governmental officials, […]

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