At the heart of Mwana Ministries is a love for children and young people and a desire to see them come to know Jesus as Lord and Saviour and follow Him. This is evident in how they innovatively teach the word of God through their children’s programme that broadcasts on the national TV station. As well as this they hold many children’s clubs where they teach using puppets and dramas.

However, the Coronavirus pandemic meant many of these means were not possible, and so an online class is now available to cater for the many children who are not attending Sunday school. They have more than 2000 followers and can be watched every Sunday on the Facebook page God’s Talk Time.

The Government then issued orders to wear face masks at all times. The team at Mwana Ministries sprang into action. 1,500 high quality face masks were made with the help of local volunteers and tailors. Hand sanitizer was also provided to help protect these children and prevent the spread of the virus. Up to 600 masks were given out in one day in Kalingalinga.

The team at Mwana Ministries follow the example of Christ Himself who said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven”.

The team at Mwana Ministries follow the example of Christ Himself…