Walter, Conference, Samantha and Kimberly have big dreams. With support from Spitzkop Brethren in Christ Church (Zimbabwe), they are among 200 students who attend Capital Block primary school. Students in grades 1 – 8 walk as far as 10 km each way to attend this five-classroom school, located in a remote, rural area.
Seminaries in Africa help Forgotten Voices identify theologically-sound pastors leading ministries that serve orphaned and vulnerable children. Teams from more than 112 local churches, like Gwanda Brethren in Christ (Zimbabwe), partner with our staff to meet children’s unique needs by building upon the strengths of their churches and communities.
After her mother died of AIDS, Prayer wanted to die, too. Agape Missions Nketa (Zimbabwe) provided a lifeline for Prayer and her great aunt (now caregiver), Priscilla, through their ministry. The church offered counseling support and alleviated the financial burden of school fees.
“Above all,” Priscilla says of the church’s care, “I found love.”