Water for the Oppressed (WFTO) is a faith based organization that provides clean water to the impoverished people of Zambia, Africa. WFTO drills new water wells, repairs broken hand pumps, teaches a health and hygiene curriculum, and shares the Gospel through Word and deed.
Greetings to all,
Leslie and I greet you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Lord
is continuing to bless the ministry in Zambia through your faithful
support. We have attached the most recent newsletter so please read
and learn of how you are impacting many lives in Zambia. Thank you for
your continued support. God bless.
CW & Leslie
Church Camp meeting held August 23-25. The Lord provided an opportunity to teach the Word to church leaders. The teaching revolved around leadership principles as found in scripture. Leslie and I will be involved in a leadership teaching on each Saturday beginning September 7th. The weekly teaching will center around biblical leadership principles.We will also assist with the Sunday school program in one of the local churches. Leslie and I are blessed by the opportunities to encourage and edify the local church body.
11 And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers;
12 For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:
13 Till we all...
Water for the Oppressed first ministered in the Kanyanja area, of Zambia, in 2010. As recently as July 2013, we repaired several hand pumps in the Kanyanja area as we continue to build a long term relationship with the community. We are now engaging the local church through a monthly discipleship/pastoral training class. Water for the Oppressed currently conducts training classes at two village locations and an additional training class, for approximately three churches, in the small town of Kafue.
Water for the Oppressed recently ministered in Kakote Village of Kafue, Zambia. The hand pump was broken and WFTO repaired it in conjunction with providing a Health & Hygiene training and preaching the Word. We will continue to follow up in this community to further equip the local pastors. This hand pump serves 570 people in the community.