Update on one of LifeNets Developing Nations Scholarship students, Lazarous Zuzhi from remote Mufumbwe in NW Zambia. He is studying nursing in Solwezi, Zambia and doing very well. Update report with photos.
We at LifeNets are very happy to welcome our newest affiliate, LifeNets Australia.
Report from Major Talama in Zambia and the opening and dedication of our church building in Chipata, Zambia on March 4, 2017 with the VanAusdle’s and Hilgen’s coming over from Malawi. LifeNets Australia helped with financing this building and other projects. http://lifenets.org/chipata-zambia/
LifeNets scholarship student from Kenya, Samuel Kairu, writes us today.
“Further to my application to be considered for sponsorship to further my education, I sincerely write to thank you from bottom of my heart for this very important deed. Through the help I got from you, I am able to pursue university education which is an important thing I never imagined in my life….” Read more at
Two U.S. families are living in Malawi and serving the needs of the Lilongwe, Malawi congregation and LifeNets. They tell their stories in these three easy-to-reach blogs through the LifeNets Website—two blogs by Lewis and Lena VanAusdle and one by Brennan and Michala Hilgen.
Here is report about LifeNets now working with people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
We received 38 hand-made hats from Renee Robertson and Ruth Chuprinko in Vancouver, WA today. They will be going to Malawi, Zambia and South Africa plus other places. We thank these wonderful ladies for their love and care for little children by making hats for us at different times.
Running This Again
River Komp is a 20-month-old boy in the Salem, Oregon UCG congregation. He is the son of Andy and Bekah Komp. Todd and Janie McNemee, Bekah’s parents, are also members of the Salem congregation.
LifeNets endorses this request. The parents and grandparents have already done a great deal, but still need help.