Helping Hands

Recently Sakeji students, workers, and staff volunteered their time to help maintain a local school. Two classroom walls were prepped and painted, the outside of one classroom block, as well as functioning door locks installed. Here are a few pictures to record the event.
Our purpose in doing this was to continue to connect with the local community in practical ways and also have an opportunity to share God’s love and the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Some student responses were:
“This was my first time painting a building and I actually enjoyed it. We need to have a good attitude and serve others. By doing this we are not only serving others, but also serving God. He set us an example for us so that we should follow in His steps.”
“Thank you to all who helped organize it and to all who participated and made the job fun! I went feeling nervous, and I came back with a smile and satisfaction.”
“Helping is my gift and I really enjoyed it…the stains on my clothes will remind me of the fun time I had painting at Sakufola School.”


Students left on the 2018 CopperBelt Tour on Thursday morning. They will be playing matches at Amano Christian School on Friday and Saturday. We wish them all a successful and safe journey.

Second Term Begins

Our second school term is underway! It is great to have Sakeji Mission School filled with the noises of students once again. In this picture, the Gr3 students are busy with their English Literature work. We hope to continue posting throughout the term, so come back for a visit again!
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Recorder Practise

Students are busy engaged in their studies. Whether it is learning their spelling lists for the week, or practising their musical numbers on the recorder, students are making progress. We have a lot to be thankful for and pray these skills and more will be used to honor the Lord Jesus Christ.
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