Letters from Zambia
First of all I would like to greet you in the mighty and powerful name of our Lord Jesus Christ. If you are all I would say thakn God for that.
And congratulations for your job well done in terms of paying my school fees from grade 8 - 12.
The helping of many in Zambia has been a wonderful gift and may the spirit of God be with you all and may your organization be exalted continually.
I would like to thanks the family of Mr. and Mrs. Mbumwae and some of the board members I've met for their wonderful work here.
I am on my own now and am finding a bit of money to pay for this term at George Benson Christian College (in the special holiday GBCC program). This special program allows me to work 3 months, study while working and then go to school when all the regular GBCC students have their month's break.
Thanks again for all the wonderful work you are doing.
May the Lord God continue to bless your organization perfectly and wonderfully,
Background info - Kiswick's mom died when he was very young. He and his siblings were taken care of by his aunty, Cleny who worked at Kasensa orphanage until it closed a few years ago. Cleny's husband was killed in an accident of some kind in January 2016 and so now Cleny has to care for "her children" completely on her own. She is a faithful Christian woman who brings joy to many despite all of her hardships. Please keep Cleny and her family in your prayers. We have so much and our Zambian friends really need the prayers of us for peace and justice!
I want to extend my sincere appreaciation to the Zambia Mission Fund Canada Board for the job you had offered to me at the orphanage and also for sponsoring my son, Eugine Simbweede.
Because of your sponsorship, Eugine managed to purse his secondary educaiton and managed to go to Copperbelt University in Zambia (without ZMF-C sponsorship!)
May you continue with such deeds even to others who are vulnerable in Zambia, by so doing you are winning souls to Jesus Christ.
May God richly bless you as you continue helping people in our societies.
For the reader information, Queen has been a single parent as her husband died many years ago. She worked hard at the SFF Kasensa orphanage to help her children with school basic costs and ZMF-C sponsored a few of her children. They were all excellent students and Eugine is the youngest! Soon they shall support her very well!!