Live Connection is a 'not-for-profit' organisation and was established in 2000. It has grown rapidly since then. Whilst Western missionaries have their place in overseas evangelism, the cost of one Western missionary equates to approximately 80 rural pastors. More importantly, rural pastors are best placed to relate to their own culture and they do not need to maintain a costly Western lifestyle.
Our vision is two-fold:
To assist in the release of God's resources to enable pastors to proclaim the Good news of Jesus Christ. By financially supporting rural Pastors and providing leadership training opportunities, we are partnering with what we perceive as the 21st century approach to world-wide mission. Our goal is to grow over 200 pastors by the end of 2012.
To assist with Agricultural Training skills; enabling rural leaders to bring tangible hope to benefit the communities in which they live. For more information on the current projects which are operating independently to pastoral support, please visit www.liveconnectionaid.org or contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Size of Congregation:
The size of our congregation is now 458
Number of Assemblies:
We now have a total number of 11 assemblies as follows: Karoi, Bashungwe, Makomomaviri, Musamba, Sibilobilo, Chiweshe, Lusasa, Kauzhumba, Mayovhe, Marembera and Mlunga.
Both 11 assemblies are planted in the province of mashonaland west. Two are situated on the shores of lake Kariba which are Musamba and Sibilobilo. In Karoi there is one assembly and Bashungwe and Makomomaviri are situated 100km out of Karoi town, they are among the Kore kore tribe.
The other 7 are planted among the Tonga villages along the Zambezi Valley.
The number of new converts for the past three months is 37.
It is my prayer that you must be fine and sound. I trust your family must be doing fine as well.
With us, sadly, last Wednesday my wife collapsed after a very sound day. We just had finished our shalom prayers and I just went into the street escorting a few church friends. As I was coming back into the house, I found my wife down on our carpet in the sitting room vomiting. Her eyes faint and could hardly speak. Asking my 14 year old boy who had remained with her, he simply told me that she told him of having felt weak and that she collapsed after that. We prayed for her and took her to hospital. The hospital personnel could not find the cause as why that happened. We continued praying and miraculously the following day she woke up strong and with no complaint. To this day we do not... more info
Interview with Pastor David Livingstone (Uganda)
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Richard M Nsibirwa
Registered: 29/09/2008 Redeemed Community Church JINJA