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GLOBAL YOUTH DAY VISIT RENDERS BENEFICIARIES SPEECHLESS



As the global Adventist Church commemorated Global Youth Day, Tambalale Adventist Youth Ministries department participated by doing charity work on 17th March, 2024 where they visited four needy homes at Tsetsetu Village located near State House Residence in Lilongwe.


In each home, they gave a word of encouragement from The Bible and donated assorted gifts to the beneficiaries. This was done to let them understand God's loving care.


It was all smiles to the beneficiaries as some could not understand this gesture from the youth. They were speechless and all praised the Lord for this.


" I am amazed and I don't know what to say, God should bless you all as He has done an unexpected thing for me today. God should be praised," Gogo Dina Nangiliya said. She was speechless and happy and expressed her gratitude to God.


The next beneficiary was was a widow Mrs Zione Dairo. She did not anticipate receiving a gift and she said, "I am so happy that God has done a wonderful thing to me. I am so thankful for these gifts you have brought me today."


They also visited the home of a seven year old, Bright Siment who is in standard one but lacked clothes and school materials. The youth donated school materials and a bag as well as two sets of school uniform. His mother, Judith Simenti expressed gratitude to the youth and glorified God for this gesture.


The errand ended at Gogo Manesi Zidana's house. The youth found her feeling sick.


" I welcome you my children, I am pleased with your presence," she said. The youth presented yo her gifts of love and care.


This years's Global Youth Day was significant to Tambalale Adventist Youth. They provided basic needs to the needy such as laundry soap, clothes, flour some cash and food items.


Hajira Chikhuwi

CMC Media

Tambalale

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