Village life can be deeply impacted with the provision of clean, safe water that is accessible nearby. By funding the digging of a well you can provide life-giving water for an entire village, open the door for the gospel to be welcomed with open arms in a village, save lives by reducing the spread of disease through unsanitary water, make way for doctors, teachers and people providing services to come to the village, reduce the risk of women and children being mauled by crocodiles.
Johan and Lesley equip teams to cross the Zambezi River into the isolated and remote area between the river and the Angola border and share the gospel in the villages.
The Keller’s Vehicle Fund is set up to help the Kellers maintain a field-worthy vehicle that allows them to continue their vital ministry of delivering Bibles, materials and trainings to the places that need them the most.
The Kellers are actively working on a multifaceted discipleship and education initiative to make disciples for Jesus Christ in Zambia and other parts of Africa. This is done through training teachers, church leaders, and in distributing Bibles and materials to schools and churches in need.
The Kanyama township is a poor area with just 180 pastors for 300,000 citizens. Only a few of these have ever had any formal training. Lusaka Bible College (LBC) provides a secure place where these pastors can study and learn how to properly shepherd their flocks.
Principal Eugene Kalunga and his staff of Excellence Christian Academy provide education from a biblical worldview for children in Kabwe. ECA prepares them to be effective Christian leaders in whatever field of work God chooses to place them.