If you missed the Team Meetings or just want to know what is going on with the ministry, below you can find our first two conference calls. They are about an hour each, but packed with info about what is going on this summer in Zambia.
In 2008 we gave every kid who came to Camp LIFE a green fleece jacket. This video shows the reaction from several weeks of camp. This year we will be giving each child a “Blessing Box.” It will be filled with pencils, crayons, pens, workbooks, a ruler, erasers, stickers an
Team Meeting number two is this weekend in Austin, Houston and Dallas. We have a lot to do at this meeting such as getting your preference of age and gender for your group and we have some more tips on getting your blessing boxes ready. If you are not near one of these cities then we
You may have heard by now that 2010 is the 10-year anniversary of Family Legacy’s work in Zambia. It has been a lot of fun trying to keep up with what God wants to accomplish over the past 10 years. To celebrate we want to invite everyone to the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conferen
Michael Chalo lives at the Tree of Life Children’s Village. Here is a quote from his letter to his sponsor about the Christmas party held a few months back: Indeed here at the Tree of Life, life really is life. We thank God for his hand of provision. We had a great time on Chris
Paul Rogers came to Camp LIFE in 2008. He still prays for his group everyday In 2008 I was at Camp LIFE for two weeks in July. What a fantastic trip ministering to AIDS orphans in Zambia. During both week I got so close to all of my guys. Each week I transcribed each of their stories
We wanted to thank you again for your help in bringing power to the Tree of Life. We have already started digging the trenches that will hold the power cables. Our construction crew is working hard in order to get this completed and open more houses this summer. While the pictures
The rainy season has been especially difficult this year as several days of non-stop rain has led to flooding all around the capital city of Zambia. The worst affected areas are the compounds where we work, such as Kanyama and Chawama. The roads are full of gigantic holes and there is