Welcome Zambia Students

Posted: October 1, 2010 by pastorerichann in Missions

On Sunday, October 3 at 5pm we look forward to welcoming six students from the college we support in Zambia. The school is the brain-child of Lewis Nelms who, in 1998, had a prayerful vision to begin Gospelink, with the goal of linking individuals, families, church, Christian schools, and others groups from the U.S.A with national church planting preachers from some of the poorest nations in the continent of Africa. This is a picture of the college I took from an adjacent mountain when over there with friend Ben Mackey:

The college is progressing nicely and yet there is still work to be done. At the center is an unfinished library building which, when completed, is said will be the largest library of any kind in the nation of Zambia. The 300 acre property was purchased with the goal in mind of having up to 1,000 students studying to be ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The college is also equipped with a medical clinic. We look forard to welcoming the Zambia students Sunday night, Oct 3 at 5pm for testimonies and a brief message  – Pastor Eric Hann; Cornerstone Community Church, Chariton, Iowa – (641) 774 5683


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