Our desire in Zambia is to increase our focus on leadership training and discipleship as a response to the trend of the Zambian church being strong in numbers but in many places lacking church leaders who are "mission-minded"—who desire to see the church mobilised and know how to mobilise it—and, as a result, lacking discipleship and training in the church regarding God's vision and mission. In addition to this, we desire to see lives and communities changed in a sustainable way among the least reached and marginalised, and to mobilise the church to share God’s glory with the nations.
Victoria Falls, Lake Tanganyika and the Zambezi basin are some of the key words associated with the geographically diverse country of Zambia. Situated in Southern Africa, Zambia is a landlocked country with a tropical climate and plenty to see. Farming and mining are some of the country’s main economic contributors, but many people still live below the poverty line. Like many other countries in Africa, a large percentage of the population suffers from AIDS.