Jennifer

Jennifer started serving as a care worker in 2010 after receiving the invitation to join Kachema Musuma (Zimba's community based organization) through her church. She shared that she has only been able to serve this long because of prayer. 

Jennifer is a widow with six children (three daughters and three sons). She is constantly struggling to find work, so she asks that you pray that God provide a financial breakthrough. Jennifer wants to be able to send her children to college to advance their education.

Prayer Request:

She asks that you consider praying for her to have peace in her heart and good heart. Would you pray that God continue keeping Kachema Musuma together and excel in their work for God. She asks that we pray for all the care workers; that they might have peace to continue in God's work.

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Catherine

In 2010, Catherine received an invitation to join the CBO from her church. When she was told that the role was to care for the orphans and vulnerable, she was moved. She wrestled with  whether she was good enough or her life was stable enough to be a care worker. Catherine's life and her living condition was difficult and she doubted she could serve as a care worker. In the midst of her doubt, God encouraged her to step out in faith. That’s how she started as a care worker, cooking at the care point and visiting the most vulnerable in their homes.

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Irene

Irene asked for us to pray that God may help her through financial difficulties. Pray for her son Augustine (20) who has been mentally disturbed for 3 years. Finally, would you pray that her children might have a good future.

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Ester

In 2010, Ester participated in a workshop hosted by Hands at Work and realized then that she needed to be involved. She was convicted to serve the needs of the most vulnerable children in Zimba. She asked that we pray for peace and for her daughter Yvonne to find a job. She also asked that we pray for her small business selling avocados.

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Dorothy

Dorothy was serving as a volunteer at the local clinic, caring for the sick and dying, when Hands at Work co-founder George Snyman came in 1990 to share the opportunity to serve the most vulnerable children in Zimba. She shifted her focus to join the team of Care Workers soon afterwards to care for the orphans.

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Ruth

Ruth started serving as a Care Worker in 2014 after Hands at Work conducted a Maranatha Workshop in Zimba that re-introduced her to the truth of the gospel. She had a heart for the orphans, so she seized the opportunity to serve them as a teacher and care worker. 

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Jennifer

Jennifer became a Care Worker in 2010 after Hands at Work conducted a Maranatha Workshop in Zimba that introduced her to the truth of the gospel and presented the opportunity to care for vulnerable orphans. Sunset Church then entered the picture three years later, providing great encouragement to their work. She prays that the Lord will bless Sunset Church so that they will continue supporting Zimba community.

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Theresa

Theresa was among the original team of Care Workers who reached out to care for the vulnerable children in Zimba before Sunset Church came alongside them as partners in their work. Before Sunset Church came alongside them as partners in their work, the Care Workers bathed, fed, and gave the children whatever they had. 

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Ruth

In 2017, Ruth heard about an organization in Zimba that was caring for the widows and orphans. She approached the coordinator and asked if she could join as a Care Worker. Kitson, the coordinator of Kachema Musuma CBO said, “Yes!”

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Ebia

Ebia joined Kachema Musuma CBO in 2010 after Hands at Work came to teach about the Great Commission and how God commands us to care for the vulnerable. Even before Hands at Work came to share about this, she had it in her heart to care for the vulnerable, those who were orphans. Even in her own house, she gave to children. Hands at Work’s vision was aligned with what was already in her heart. Ebia would love to be prayed for. She is a widow, staying with children and grandchildren. She pray for God to give her the strength to cope as she cares for these children and for peace of mind.

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