SGC is Headed to Zambia!

In 2022, a team from Africa 85 and Shepherds Global Classroom visited Zambia to assist Bishop Angel and Pastor Allegri in establishing a training program for pastors living and serving in the Mayukwayukwa Refugee Camp.

A year later, fifty-nine pastors are part of this training program. From September 9-18 2023, a team will be doing further training for the teachers as well as speaking for a pastors’ conference in the camp. The theme of the pastors’ conference is “The Gospel of the Kingdom in Perilous Times.”

Our team will include Jordan Satterfield and Randall McElwain from the US along with Glenn and Stephanie Gault, and Maricka Herrer from the Africa 85 initiative. We will meet Bishop Angel and Pastor Allegri in Lusaka. Please pray that God will be glorified through the work that is done during this week.

Thank you for your prayers for the team members and for the teachers we will serve in Zambia.

If you would like to support this trip, donate below!

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