Village of Hope in Zambia

Zion’s Mission Partner in Zambia

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The mission of All Kids Can Learn International (AKCLI) is to rescue and care for orphaned and vulnerable children, seeking economic sustainability, to the Glory of God through our Lord Jesus Christ.

The Village of Hope provides orphaned children with quality care, education, Christian discipleship training, vocational training, and employment settings in which to grow and thrive. At Village of Hope in Zambia, these children live in family households with Zambian ‘mothers.’ They attend school, learn basic skills, are discipled as followers of Jesus, and laugh and live in a place of love and caring.

  • Strangers and Angels

    Strangers and Angels Ron grew up in eastern South Dakota, attending a conservative Lutheran church. He remembers in 1st grade, living with his family on the second floor of the Wisconsin Synod Church student center while his father was studying for his bachelor degree at South Dakota State. I spent time sneaking downstairs and playing an old pump organ (the one used for church services) that was powered by a vacuum cleaner located in the basement … probably why to this day my ... more
  • Zion To Zambia 2020

    Zion To Zambia 2020 Is traveling to Africa on your bucket list? Do you want to meet amazing children and adults who call Zambia home? Do you have a desire to make the world feel a little smaller and help grow our partnership with All Kids Can Learn International? If you answered yes to any (or all) of these questions, then join us on our next adventure to Zambia in Mid-January of 2020. In the words of Kevin Bergquist from the 2017 trip: A mountaintop experience! To ... more
  • School of Hope Library FAQ

    School of Hope Library FAQHow many people use it daily? It is used every day by 45 teachers and 650 students. During the college classes it is the work place for the students from the time classes end at 3:30 pm until 9pm. It is also kept open during the weekends of the college semesters, three weeks in April, August, and December. The first class of 19 college students was held in August of 2018. Besides using books, how else is the library used? There are about ... more
  • Collaborative Art

    Collaborative ArtLast August, a group from Zion went to the Village of Hope in Zambia to help build a library. While building the library was their main focus, they were also encouraged by others at the Village to use the gifts they had to leave a lasting impact. This ranged from things like spending time with kids, to milking cows, sewing projects and hosting teacher workshops. Carol Moore had an idea to use her gifts to work with team members and ... more
  • More Than a Library

    More Than a LibraryOne year ago this month a group of people that formed as a result of Zion’s Legacy Project ventured to Zambia with the purpose of helping to build a library. The library is now a reality and a first-of-its-kind facility in Zambia. It is utilized by the School of Hope, the Hope College of Education, the Village of Hope and local Zambian villages. The group that went on the library project trip maintains connections and has met several times since the ... more

Donations & Payments

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Zion to Zambia Calendar

July 7, 2019
Cookie Sale
January 6, 2020
Zambia Mission Trip
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