Please join our family as we fundraise to build a LIFEVISION Home (LVH) at the Tree of Life Children’s Village in Lusaka, Zambia, Africa. It was said in Old Testament times when Christ asked you to dinner it wasn’t about the food, it was about His invitation into life. John 10:10 says: “I have come that they may have life, and have it in abundance”
When you go to Zambia with Family Legacy the children you meet are offered a new life as they hear the gospel for the first time. Their preconceived notions of who they once were melt away as they discover a Father who speaks a different truth to them than they have ever heard before.
This new life is even more prevalent for the children who call The Tree of Life Children’s Village home. These children are given an invitation to new life, and it is a life they never would have been able to imagine. As the children get older, it is our desire to teach them invaluable skill sets that will help them transition back into their communities as leaders. These are the teens who move into the LVH’s and these teens are The NEXT 50 years of Zambia.
LIFEVISION Homes are a pivotal and unique concept that continue to provide radical transformation not only to the teens themselves but they also open up a pathway for eight new children to move into the village. The teens who move into the LVH’s welcome new brothers and sisters to the Tree of Life by becoming mentors to them by taking them to their new homes and introducing them to their new brothers and sisters. They are the role models and leaders of the village and the future of Zambia.
Our desire is to open this LIFEVISION home in honor of Tom and Pam Luce, otherwise known as Nana and PawPaw. Their life has been marked by their life giving way of investing in their community, the community of their children and the community of their grandchildren. Their generous gifts come in the form of time, fellowship, counsel and prayer. They constantly give in selfless ways and never ask anything in return. Their way of life mirrors the life that Christ offers these kids. It’s constant, always giving and never asking anything in return. It’s a love that transforms and equips, and Nana and PawPaw’s house will do the same for the 8 teens who will call it home.