Are you interested in discipleship ministry? Do you have the passion for discipling others, building relationships, and spending time with people, influencing and transforming lives through your own life and interactions with them? Imagine watching the rippling effects of those discipled and transformed by your leading other small groups to do the same.
Do you have administrative skills that could be put to good use in building the kingdom of God in Zambia? Mukinge Hill Academy is a primary school situated in a mission station in a beautiful rural setting in Northwestern Province. In an exciting and growing ministry at this school, about 150 pupils are hearing God's Word daily, and many of them are coming to faith in Jesus Christ. In order for this ministry to continue to grow and flourish, an administrator is needed to work as part of a multicultural team.
Mukinge Hospital is a referral hospital for a wide area of Zambia's Northwest Province. It has more than 200 beds. You can come and serve as a tutor at the Zambia Enrolled Nurses (ZEN) Training School. This is a wonderful opportunity to provide professional training, as well as evangelism and discipleship. The graduate nurses go out as Christian witnesses all over the country!
Phil and Cath are going to Mukinge Hospital, Zambia. Cath, who gave birth to Theo earlier this year (2016), is a surgeon while Phil has a background in electrical engineering Sent by Grace Church, Bromsgrove, they are looking forward to being able to share the gospel through their work.
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That Cath will find the right work/home balance in Mukinge
Gospel workers in Mukinge have been sharing the love of Christ with patients at the hospital in Zambia for over 50 years. The water system that supplies the hospital, school and housing is contaminated with harmful bacteria. All water must be boiled and filtered before it is safe to drink. The water supply also relies on electric pumps which are affected by power outages.
Michelle started in mission as a children's nurse but has since fulfilled a huge number of roles at Mukinge Hospital, Zambia. She is now an anaesthetist and also takes responsibility for Serving In Mission's member care in Zambia. Sent by All Souls Church, Langham Place, London, she also spent three years heading up the nursing department at Mukinge.
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Janet Parke has been working at the Mukinge Hill Academy with Serving In Mission since 1999. In January,2000 she became Head Teacher, a role that she has only recently relinquished. Janet now acts as a mentor to current head teacher Mrs Musonda, with whom she is pictured, and to other, more junior staff – helping them to improve their teaching skills.
Through the witness of Janet and other teaching staff, many of the pupils that attend the school have come to know and love the Lord Jesus Christ.
Claire Robinson has been working with Serving In Mission since 2010 and is now head teacher at Mukinge Hill Academy in Zambia. Claire studied at All Nations Christian College in the UK and is inspired by seeing the children she teaches 'come into a relationship with Christ and grow into devoted, mature followers.’
Claire is supported by Glenabbey Church, Newtownabbey.
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SIM's vision is to train Zambians to continue the work of mission, expand work with youth & children, HIV/AIDS and the outreach of a growing church and to be proactive in developing new ministries. Our goal is to build a strong church in Zambia: knowing the Word of God, reaching out to the lost, training leaders and discipling believers.