|Remmy Hamapande - Africa/Zambia Director|
Remmy Hamapande, Africa/Zambia Director
Remmy Hamapande, Africa / Zambia Director for Forgotten Voices, is a highly respected servant leader among the many communities to which his ministry extends.
Originally from Livingstone, Remmy gained valuable business experience working for Barclays Bank, before moving to Ndola to pursue God’s calling towards theological education. He is a 2007 graduate of the Theological College of Central Africa (TCCA), holding a degree in
Remmy joined Forgotten Voices International as the Zambia Director in 2008, then was appointed Africa Director in 2010. He communicates with and visits church-led projects throughout Zambia which are in partnership with Forgotten Voices to care for children orphaned by AIDS and create sustainable solutions within the community. His unique combination of business savvy and a pastor’s heart enable him to serve as an ally and advisor to Zambian churches, and a representative of these churches to the broader Forgotten Voices family.
In his own community, Remmy serves as Associate Pastor of Children’s Ministry at his local congregation. Most recently the Zambia Brethren in Christ conference appointed Remmy Chair of Christian Education for Zambia.
Remmy is the proud husband of Irene (also a TCCA graduate) and uncle to Genney, whom he and Irene are raising. Amongst all his other responsibilities, Remmy is also the chief cook in his family, making sure a good meal is waiting on the table when the busy women in his family return from work and school each day!
Reflecting on a visit to see a church distributing school supplies and fees, Remmy writes,
“There is nothing that satisfies my heart [more] than seeing these little ones smile again and look into the future through an education you are helping them receive because of your help. Remember, God will not ‘..forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped His people and continue to help them’ Hebrews 6: 10.”